How to set your favorite song as ringtone on iPhone more than 40 seconds

Introduction

There are many reasons for us to add new ringtones to the iPhone, and set different ringtones for different contacts to make it easier to distinguish the caller information, so as not to miss important calls.

Usually, if you need to add a new ringtone to the iPhone, you need to download it in the App Store, and then sync it to the phone through iTunes. Or you can use iTunes to intercept a section of a song on your computer (usually no more than 40 seconds), then save it in m4r format, and import it to iPhone through iTunes or third-party software.

iCopyAssistant provides a quicker and simpler way to add ringtones to iPhone. Just select the song you like, then set the length and simply click to set your favorite song as iPhone ringtone, and the rest of the operations will be automatic completed by iCopyAssistant

How to set ringtone more than 40 seconds on iPhone

The following steps introduce how to use iCopyAssistant to set favorite songs as iPhone ringtones:

  1. Download and Install iCopyAssistant

  2. Launch iCopyAssistant

  3. Make and add ringtone to iPhone There two options to use a song as iPhone ringtone:

    • Add a ringtone directly in Ringtones view 1

      set ringtone

    • Select your favorite song from the iPhone music library 1

      set song as ringtone

  4. Set duration of the ringtone and name, click to add ringtone to iPhone

    ringtone settings

    options and buttons:
    1 Open any music file as iPhone ringtone
    2 Choose duration of the ringtone, can be longer than 40 seconds
    3 Play and preview the effect. It plays from the start of the chosen duration
    4 Loop playing the selection
    5 Length and range of the selection
    6 Set the name of the ringtone, which will be shown on iPhone. Auto generated unique name will be used if you leave it blank
    7 Choose the connected iPhone to set the ringtone on 2
    8 Save the iPhone ringtone to your computer, you can set it as ringtone on iPhone later.
    9 Close Ringtones Maker window

  1. Keep in mind that you must own the DRM-free copy of the song file. 

  2. If the ringtone does not appear in "Settings -> Sounds & Haptics ->Ringtone" on iPhone, try to close the "Settings" and reopen it.