iPhoneringtonemaker with 1.1.1

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wincow166

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Aug 2, 2007
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yes so do i... the only feature i like is the pressing the home button twice thing.. and also to listen to clips of songs on iTunes thats ok so atleast i can find a song to download for free
 

scandalex

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Sep 16, 2007
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This Alpha version works very well. iTunes still kicks out ringers when syncing. I LOVE this feature in iPhoneringtonemaker that you just click and it restores your ringers back to the iPhone. :laugh2:
 

BLIMPO

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Oct 19, 2007
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iZiL said:
I only got 2 out of 8 to even work and you could not hear them. Very low.
The volume isn't iPhoneringtonemakers fault. Thats just the file you picked. I've had it work great so far. A few did need me to send the ringtones a few times, but it's better than the default garbage.

I just hope they release a final release soon.
 
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Rob H

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Oct 18, 2007
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I go through the process make the tone and when it comes time to send it to my phone I get an error code of -1... does anyone know what that means ?
 

EZDozzit

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Sep 25, 2007
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I go through the process make the tone and when it comes time to send it to my phone I get an error code of -1... does anyone know what that means ?
I get the same thing. Wonder if it has something to do with the fact my laptop is old and only has USB 1.0 ports, not USB 2.0. :rolleyes:

UPDATE: Tested my theory above and that's what it was. I used a newer laptop with USB 2.0 ports and the software worked flawlessly.
 

ctrob

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Sep 30, 2007
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I was only unable to keep two ringtones at a time no matter how many I uploaded it would only keep the last two. And If I uploaded the entire list, the names of the ringtones would be different but the same song. But after I jailbroke my phone yesterday it took as many as I asked no problem