How to Make Voice Memo into Ringtone on iPhone

By Emily Watson, Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015

Wouldn't it so great if your mobile rings as "Mommy, answer your phone!" when you receive a call from your child? Sometimes the best ringtones are those you recorded directly on your iPhone with Voice Memo app. The only question is how to make voice memo into ringtone or text tone for your iPhone.

This could be done much easier than you think if you make use of the program called FonePaw iOS Transfer. With this software, you can get voice memos off your iPhone first and then put it into your iPhone as ringtones directly. The most outstanding feature of this program is that it can convert your voice memos (in M4A format) to iPhone ringtones (in M4R format) automatically.

To get clearer idea on how to turn voice recordings into iPhone ringtones, please free download the trial version of FonePaw iOS Transfer on your computer and then follow the steps below to have this task finished.

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1. Connect iPhone to PC

After running the program on your computer, please connect your iPhone to the computer via a USB cable. If the program cannot detect your device correctly, please "Retry" it. When your phone is detected successfully, you will see the interface as below:

Connect iPhone to PC

2. Export voice memos from iPhone to PC

Find "Media" in the left column and click it. In the Media management window, you can see "Voice Memos" at the upper-right corner. Click "Voice Memos" and then select the voice recordings you want to make as iPhone ringtones. Then, click "Export to" > "Export to PC".

Export Voice Memos from iPhone to Computer

3. Turn voice memo into ringtone on iPhone

When voice memos have been exported to computer, click "Ringtones" on the program. Then, click "Add" button. Now, you can choose the voice memos you have just exported and add them as ringtones. The program will automatically convert the M4A voice memos to M4R ringtones.

Turn Voice Memo into Ringtone on iPhone

4. Set voice recordings as ringtones on iPhone

Now, go to "Settings" > "Sounds" > "Ringtone" to select the audio files you have just added as your iPhone ringtone.

Set Voice Recordings as iPhone Ringtones

Finally, that's how you make voice memos into ringtone on iPhone. Simple, intuitive? Definitely YES. That's how it's done. What you still need to know is that FonePaw iOS Transfer allows users add any song, voice recordings to iPhone as ringtones, which means that you can set your own free iPhone ringtone from whatever source you'd like now! Hope this is helpful.

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