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  • iRingtoner 1.51. Ringtones on Windows WITHOUT JAILBREAK!!
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    iRingtoner now allows Windows users to upload ringtones to iPhone WITHOUT ANY HACKING!

    Please help me spread the word on other sites and give to all your friends who don't know how to hack the iPhone but still want ringtones!

    I've made it so that it can be used with jailbreak or non-jailbreak phones and I hope I've works out for everybody!!

    Later!

    - Ryan

    iRingtoner Description
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    A simple and easy to use program to transfer ringtones to iPhone without hacking iPhone.

    NOTE: This program does NOT require you to jailbreak iPhone. However, it will work if you do choose to jailbreak iPhone.

    Warning
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    This software has only been tested with iPhone firmware 1.0.2. Use at your own risk.

    Ryan Wahle
    [email protected]


    Versions
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    1.50
    NEW - jailbreaking iPhone is no longer required. The program does not use jailbreak or any other method to hack iPhone.
    NEW - Single file download. iRingtoner will attempt to find all required libraries while starting.

    1.11
    FIX - Fixes a bug where the program was crashing because the ringtones directory didn't exist.

    1.10
    NEW - Added a new user interface with drag and drop
    NEW - You can now delete your custom ringtones

    1.0
    Initial release.

    this news brought to you by wally_wall
    This article was originally published in forum thread: iRingtoner 1.51. Ringtones on Windows WITHOUT JAILBREAK!! started by Cody Overcash View original post
    Comments 67 Comments
    1. TOXiN's Avatar
      TOXiN -
      nope im running windows xp pro.. vista is crap.. just for that reason.. haha and this is why i havnt upgraded to vista.. because half of the iphone apps dont work with it among another things...
    1. ugapug's Avatar
      ugapug -
      Quote Originally Posted by TOXiN View Post
      nope im running windows xp pro.. vista is ****.. just for that reason.. haha and this is why i havnt upgraded to vista.. because half of the iphone apps dont work with it among another things...
      That's funny. I've been running Vista since launch and all my iPhone apps work fine, along with about 99% of all my other apps. Perhaps it's not Vista?
    1. listenclose's Avatar
      listenclose -
      Am I missing a step? because all I keep getting is an error
    1. jaderaven's Avatar
      jaderaven -
      Works great for me. It did trigger my firewall for some unknown reason. Can the author of this software comment on that?

      BTW if you want to remove ringtones that you added with this application just right click on them in the apps window and choose remove.
    1. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
      Kyle Matthews -
      I believe wally_wall is the author. And he has released the source, available in our downloads section. So I am fairly sure its ok.
    1. wally_wall's Avatar
      wally_wall -
      Quote Originally Posted by burr1t0 View Post
      right when i launch the program with my iphone connected it just shutsdown and i get an error stating "iRingtoner has stopped working". my phone was modded before and i had to do a restore when the first update came out 1.0.1 but i haven't modded it since. any ideas?

      heres a copy of my error log if this helps

      Version=1
      EventType=CLR20r3
      EventTime=128334391737035542
      ReportType=2
      Consent=1
      UploadTime=128334391769335542
      Response.BucketId=78085146
      Response.BucketTable=5
      Response.type=4
      Sig[0].Name=Problem Signature 01
      Sig[0].Value=iringtoner.exe
      Sig[1].Name=Problem Signature 02
      Sig[1].Value=1.51.0.0
      Sig[2].Name=Problem Signature 03
      Sig[2].Value=46dcd5aa
      Sig[3].Name=Problem Signature 04
      Sig[3].Value=Manzana
      Sig[4].Name=Problem Signature 05
      Sig[4].Value=1.0.0.0
      Sig[5].Name=Problem Signature 06
      Sig[5].Value=46a6d8cd
      Sig[6].Name=Problem Signature 07
      Sig[6].Value=47
      Sig[7].Name=Problem Signature 08
      Sig[7].Value=70
      Sig[8].Name=Problem Signature 09
      Sig[8].Value=System.IO.IOException
      DynamicSig[1].Name=OS Version
      DynamicSig[1].Value=6.0.6000.2.0.0.256.1
      DynamicSig[2].Name=Locale ID
      DynamicSig[2].Value=1033
      Looks like it might be the library I use to communicate with the iPhone. Unfortanatly I can't reproduce the problem on my end or any other computers I have access to. I've released the source and maybe someone will come up with a new version or a fix for it. Sorry!

      Quote Originally Posted by jaderaven View Post
      Works great for me. It did trigger my firewall for some unknown reason. Can the author of this software comment on that?

      BTW if you want to remove ringtones that you added with this application just right click on them in the apps window and choose remove.
      Hi, I do not access the internet in iRingtoner. The source is available for you to look at if you have any doubts.

      Quote Originally Posted by ugapug View Post
      That's funny. I've been running Vista since launch and all my iPhone apps work fine, along with about 99% of all my other apps. Perhaps it's not Vista?

      I have finally tried it on a Vista machine and it works fine for me. The only thing I can think of is that, when giving this program to local friends, they don't have all the updates on there computer. They have to download .NET 2.0 manually which should be installed with Windows Update. The only thing I would make sure you do is make sure your computer is updated using Windows Update, or at the very least, make sure all the .NET updates are installed, regardless of version.

      This may fix all these people problems who can't seem to get the program working. If not though, unfortanatly I can't reproduce the problem you all are having.
    1. yankee's Avatar
      yankee -
      Getting the following error

      iphoneinterface.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

      Need help....

      Thx
      yankee
    1. wally_wall's Avatar
      wally_wall -
      Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
      Getting the following error

      iphoneinterface.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

      Need help....

      Thx
      yankee
      Go to this link and download and install this and try again. Please post your results either way for us to figure out this problem.

      http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
    1. mikey090's Avatar
      mikey090 -
      Cool program
    1. soda97's Avatar
      soda97 -
      wow great program
      I heard jailbreak isn't compatible with the lastest iTune
      keep up the good work!

      soda
    1. aliti's Avatar
      aliti -
      i can drop mp3 files into iringtoner but can't get them to show up on the phone itself? i have the latest version of ituens and the latest software on the phone..
    1. qinshi13's Avatar
      qinshi13 -
      I'm having the same problem as "aliti". The program appears to be working and seems to be transferring the files but it isn't showing up on my phone.

      Currently i'm running Windows XP, iTunes 7.3, iphone 1.0.2 and i had to download .NET v2.0 to get iRingtoner to work.

      Anyone have the same problem with an easy solution? Thnx for any help.
    1. wally_wall's Avatar
      wally_wall -
      Check this post. I got this from macrumors.com... Apparently iRingtoner and all others are dead

      as from macrumors.com . . .
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      Since the original instruction is a bit light on details. Here is everything you need.

      1. Convert the song you want to use as a ringtone to AAC 128kbps. OR if it is already in this format, duplicate it. Then, in iTunes, add an additional item to the title in the duplicate or new AAC (I just put "(ringtone)").

      2. Drag the file onto your desktop. Click Apple+I (or right click get info). Change the file name from .m4a to .m4r. When asked if you want to change the extension, select "Use .m4r". Also change the file name to what you want it to show up as on your phone. For example, by default it will be "(song track number) (song track title)." I deleted the song track number.

      3. Edit the file in another program. I have sound studio which is pretty easy to edit an AAC file and add a fade in/fade out. There is obviously a size limit on the file, but I don't know what it is. I usually edit the song down to about a 20-30 second clip and save it.

      4. Drag the file into iTunes. Since the "Ringtones" feature isn't completely enabled yet, it won't show up anywhere in your Library, but once you Sync your phone, the ringtone will show up in a list under the "Ringtone" tab. You can manually delete the file from the Home > Music > iTunes > iTunes Music > Ringtones, but this won't delete it from iTunes. For that you will have to re-create your iTunes Library which will reset all play counts and dates added (I think). So just deal with the extra files.

      5. After that, Sync it with your phone. If it doesn't show up on your phone, the problem seems to be that the file size is too large. Edit it down and try again.
    1. soda97's Avatar
      soda97 -
      Can you make this to support other languages like Chinese and Japanese?
      It showed up ??? when I drag them over...


      Thanks in advance,
      soda
    1. FrankieG889D's Avatar
      FrankieG889D -
      Clearly, every question i have asked in these forums has never been answered.


      So...


      Thanks!
    1. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
      Kyle Matthews -
      Looks like you've asked one question. Every once in a while they get looked over in a busy thread. Always better to start a new thread when you have a question which is separate from the thread you're discussing in.
    1. wally_wall's Avatar
      wally_wall -
      Quote Originally Posted by FrankieG889D View Post
      any confirmation that your phone isnt restored on a phone update?
      No, how could we know? There hasn't been an update since I released iRingtoner without hacking your phone. I'll assume that since there is not hacking (jailbreaking) involved you won't have to restore when the new firmware comes out, but we will have to wait and see . . . Sorry for missing your post.
    1. thanhyboi's Avatar
      thanhyboi -
      i noticed that after i sync with itunes, all of my ringtones (from iringtoner) is deleted from my phone. is there any fix or reason for this? thanks! great software.
    1. keiffer6's Avatar
      keiffer6 -
      Any idea why the ringtones might disappear from the Sounds menu? I have transferred a number of my ringtones over to the iphone. They show up on teh iphone and I can even go into sounds and select a certain ringtone and play it. I set it to the one I want. Then when I get a call, it starts ringing using "Marimba". When I go into the list of ringtones, my custom ringtones are missing.

      If I hook the phone back up to the computer and open iRingtoner, it shows that the ringtones are all still there. I go back into sounds and they reappear. WTF???

      keiffer6
    1. cory7325's Avatar
      cory7325 -
      i donwloaded the program but when i try to open it it come up application failed to initialize properly(0xc0000135) can someone elp me out