This is volume 5 of the Transfer Files series. In my previous post, i was covered how to transfer files to PC for volume 1, volume 2, volume 3 and volume 4. You may consider to save the custom /downloaded ringtone (m4r) file into iPhone. You can check out my post here on how to make ringtone over 30 seconds using iTunes for free.

The easy way to transfer file is using Disk Aid. DiskAid is a freeware that lets you transfer files between iPhone / iPod Touch and PC. With DiskAid you can manually select all or one by one of your favorite ringtone file by copying and transfer it to PC without using iTunes. See more details about DiskAid and download it here.

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to PC using USB cable. Launch Disk Aid and go to bottom left and click "Root Folder". You're required to confirm it, just select "OK" to confirm.


Step 2: The ringtone file that we would like to copy should be save it at /Root/Library/Ringtones directory. Once you're at "Ringtones" directory just click at menu "Copy File To Device". You'll be required to select file that you want to copy. For example, just locate "I Dont Love You.m4r" file where you just saved it at "new folder".




Step 3: Once your complete, you ringtone file is saved in your iPhone. Close your Disk Aid.


Step 4: Just "slide" to unlock your iPhone and Go to "Setting" > "Sounds" > "Ringtone" to check your ringtone. You should see a new favorite ringtone just added into your "Standard" ringtone section.




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