iTunes 7.4.2 just released.......

diesel

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Update at your own risk because there are reports that this new update supposedly deletes some non iTunes ringtones..................
 

Dallas Phil

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I thought that too, but the one last week was 7.4.1.2. I just went into iTunes and sure enough there is another update.
 

diesel

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damn............i don't want an iTunes update............i want the iPhone update to 1.1.1!
 

iigreatoneii

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He's right, it is different from last week's release. I'm not downloading it though, because I'm getting free ringtones right now.
 

digitalfx

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I can confirm it deleted all my ringtones
 

theraker007

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well given that i run 64x windows vista right now, it wont even recognize my iPhone no less change anything on it.. so until i format back to 32x iTunes cant hurt me, bwahaha
 

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I just updated my iTunes. I have iPhoneringtonemaker and the restoring the ringtone is still working so I don't think the update is for disabling itoner or iPhoneringtonemaker.

But where is the iPhone update?!
 

digitalfx

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I put mine in manually...change ext to .m4r, drag into ringtones, rename, etc, etc.

It deleted them entirely...I updated from previous version 7.4.1.2
 

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Get a job and go buy some Licensed Ringtones!:p

No but really don't you feel somewhat bad?
To each his own, I say. Whatever makes people happy. I don't really care about what noise(s) my phone makes, at least not enough to go through the whole DIY process. Not enough to buy them, either :rolleyes:
 

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I put mine in manually...change ext to .m4r, drag into ringtones, rename, etc, etc.

It deleted them entirely...I updated from previous version 7.4.1.2
I wonder if we named the ringtone we bootlegged in there one of the stock ringtone names that it wouldn't delete them. Will you give it a try?
 

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To each his own, I say. Whatever makes people happy. I don't really care about what noise(s) my phone makes, at least not enough to go through the whole DIY process. Not enough to buy them, either :rolleyes:
So what does this new update give us?
 

digitalfx

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I wonder if we named the ringtone we bootlegged in there one of the stock ringtone names that it wouldn't delete them. Will you give it a try?
it has noting to do with the name of the ringtone.
 

iigreatoneii

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digitalfx, you can go back to an earlier version if you want to, then you can still put your ringtones on your iPhone. There's a website in one of the sub forums that has older versions of programs. I'll see if I can find it if you need it. Just let me know. I figured it would, that's why i didn't update. And Kency79, the iPhone update for the iTunes Music Store will be released through an iPhone update, not an iTunes update. So if you want ringtones, don't upgrade iTunes.
 
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question.

this new iTunes update, is this the iTunes that has the ringtones buillt in to it as rumored about? or not?

thanks.
 

KNK

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Actually, when I updated today, I was able to see the little bell for the first time to show which songs I could use for ringtones, actually there was a lot!
 

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Actually, when I updated today, I was able to see the little bell for the first time to show which songs I could use for ringtones, actually there was a lot!
We saw the bell with the 7.4.1 update last week.