You can create iPhone ringtones from sounds and effects using both Mac and Windows
based PCs in just a few simple steps.
Download the MP3 from Soundboard.com that you want as a ringtone and add
it to iTunes. Once added, right click (control + click) or from the Advanced menu
item on the menu bar select the "Create AAC version" option.
Rename and Add the Ringtone
Once the file has been created, again right click (control + click) and
select the "Show in Finder" option; on Windows you should click "Show
in Windows Explorer". Now rename the file and change the file extension from
".m4a" to ".m4r". Remove the MP3 and AAC version from iTunes,
and drag the newly renamed file into iTunes. The ringtone should now show up under
the Ringtones section of the Library in the left hand sidebar.
Transfer and Test the Ringtone
Now that you have your ringtone, go to the Ringtones section of the Library
in the left hand sidebar and drag the newly created ringtone to the iPhone you want
to use it on, just as you would an MP3. You should now see your ringtone on your
iPhone, under the Settings / Sounds / Ringtone menu. Select your Ringtone to preview
it, and you are all done!
Easily make Android ringtones from our Mp3s using any operating system.
Download the MP3 on Soundboard.com that you want to use as a ringtone.
If you haven't setup your phone to use your SD card as a storage device,
go to your phone Settings / SD and Memory Settings and select "Use SD card
as storage device". If you don't already have a "ringtones" directory,
crate a new directory at the root of your SD card named "ringtones", you
should also make the folders "alarms" for the alarm clock and "notifications"
for text messages and other notifications. Add your new audio file to the appropriate
Test the Ringtone
Select ringtone to preview and you are all done!