Tag Archive for 'ringtones'

Slick Mac iPhone Hacks for Custom Ringtones and More

Just a quick note about two new Mac tools that make it easier to modify your iPhone.

  • iFuntastic helps simplify the process of adding custom ringtones to the iPhone.
  • iActivator (.dmg download) simplifies the process of activating your iPhone, so you can use the iPod and the Internet features over WiFi without having to get on the hook for a 2 year AT&T contract.

Custom iPhone Ringtones on Windows

Thanks to the work of iPhone hackers, Mac users have had the ability to use custom ringtones for a few days. Now, thanks to the hard work of Nate True and Ziel, windows users can also use AAC or MP3 files as custom iPhone ringtones.

You’ll need:

It’s also helpful to read the mac instructions, which give info you need if you want to change system sounds too, and people may be creating custom skins too.


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Custom iPhone Ringtones for Mac OS X

There is a nice writeup of how to add custom ringtones to the iPhone. MacOS X users only, for now, unfortunately (Update: Now available for windows).

Custom iPhone Ringtones
Custom ringtones are one of the biggest requests by people that want to modify their iPhone to make it unique. This page will teach you how to add your own files to the iPhone to use as a ringtone. The only thing preventing Windows users from doing this is the lack of someone to write the interface program.

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