What type of files are iPhone ringtones?

Answer The iPhone uses AAC audio files to store its ringtones. These files use a file extension of M4R and have a maximum file size of three megabytes. In order to have the files appear on your iPhone, ch... Read More »

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What type of files does Boost Mobile use for ringtones on the Motorola i335?

The Motorola i335 cell phone, offered by Boost Mobile, supports ringtones or "Ringers" in file types AMR, AU, MIDI, VSELP and WAV. These ringers work on a 16-cord digital polyphonic sound productio... Read More »

How do I change MP3 files to M4R files for ringtones for iPhone?

Convert the MP3Convert the MP3 to AAC format from within iTunes by selecting the "Advanced" menu, then clicking "Convert to AAC."Reveal the FileRight-click on the new file and select "Show File." ... Read More »

How to Convert Music Files to Ringtones for an iPhone?

Apple's iTunes software makes it easy to load your iPhone with ringtones. One option is to purchase a ringtone from the iTunes store. The other option is to convert music or other audio files (in M... Read More »

What file type are ringtones?

Ringtones can come in a variety of file types, depending on your model of phone. Common ringtones include M4R for Apple iPhones, MTF for Motorola phones and RNG, NRT and NTH for Nokia phones. The f... Read More »