09-02-2007 08:23:38 PM
09-02-2007 09:16:19 PM
09-04-2007 12:26:49 PM - last edited on 09-04-2007 05:04:34 PM by tashina
Message Edited by tashina on 09-04-2007 07:04:34 PM
09-04-2007 01:20:12 PM
09-04-2007 04:55:51 PM
DaRicker wrote:Not natively. You have to hack it. Do a search on "iPhone hacks" in your favorite search engine.
AT&T's return policy has changed effective 10/07/12. You have 14 days to return the device & cxl without a ETF. Policy info HERE.
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09-07-2007 12:15:02 PM
09-07-2007 12:31:34 PM
09-07-2007 03:48:32 PM
Gonna give this a try when I get home. I just converted to a Mac. Anyone know what editing software would be good to use?
09-07-2007 04:04:29 PM
09-07-2007 09:54:27 PM
eclipse7014 wrote:Simple question from a newbie...how do you change the m4a extension to m4r? I found the file in my itunes library folder on the computer, but can't change the extension. Thanks
09-08-2007 07:08:50 AM
09-08-2007 09:04:59 AM
09-08-2007 09:18:28 AM
This update patches the m4r ringtone workaround people have been using. No need to further convert anything. It does not permit syncing of free ringtones you have converted, and it disables all ringtones you have already synced.
09-08-2007 09:40:34 AM
09-08-2007 10:24:23 AM
09-08-2007 12:11:10 PM
09-08-2007 12:52:52 PM
People argued with me here online months ago when I offered opinions about Apple and how they work (I happen to be a longtime Apple user and would never use anything else) and that the phones are NOT appropriate for everyone, and that Apple is NOT a company to adapt to user requests. You adapt to them.
Ringtones are no different. They have contracts set up with some artists, and they make royalties and the musician makes royalties. It's the way the music world works, not the way people want their cellphones to work.
09-08-2007 01:01:23 PM
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09-09-2007 08:41:59 AM - last edited on 09-14-2007 10:34:14 PM by mod.moose
Message Edited by mod.moose on 09-14-2007 10:34:14 PM
09-12-2007 10:57:16 PM
09-13-2007 10:36:50 AM
It is active. You have to pay .99 to make the Ringtone. (if you already own the song and it's ringtone compatible of course)
Looks like you'll be able to make your own ringtone...right click any song you've purchased from iTunes and Convert to Ringtone is an option, although it looks like it's not yet active.
If you don't own the song, you must buy the song for .99 and then pay an additional .99 to make it a ringtone. .99+.99=$1.98