How to use voice memo as ringtone on iPhone (without computer)

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Tired of the iPhone default ringtones? The good news is that you can convert voice memos into ringtones on your iPhone without using a computer. This means that you can use your child’s voice or set your partner’s funny voice notes as ringtones. This is a quick guide on how to do that.

Before you start, make sure that:

  • IPhone running iOS 11 or later.
  • Recorded voice memo within 40 seconds.
  • GarageBand app

Note: If you want to use songs, check out our guide on how to set songs as ringtones on your iPhone.

How to set voice memo as ringtone on iPhone

  1. Open Voice memo App.
  2. choose recording I want to use it as a ringtone.
    You can also record a new one and use it as a ringtone.
  3. Tap 3 dots Tap Save to filesave..

    Voice memo save file iphone

  4. Then download and open the GarageBand app on your iPhone.
  5. Select your favorite instrument and tap business Upper left button.

    Tap the iPhone project button in the upper left corner

  6. Hit now loop Click the button on the top right to select File..

    Tap the iPhone loop button in the upper right corner

  7. select Browse items from the file app, Tap the saved recording.

    Tap Browse Item from iPhone in File app

  8. Then drag and drop the recording as the second track on the timeline.
  9. Tap metronome Click the button on the right to disable the metronome.

  10. Now trim the recording if you have it Over 40 seconds..
  11. Tap Down arrow, Select I know my song.

  12. Touch and hold a recent GarageBand soundtrack to select it share..

    Press and hold GarageBand's recent soundtrack,[iPhoneを共有]Choose

  13. Then tap Ringtone Tap Export It is in the upper right corner of the screen.

    Then tap the ringtone

  14. select Sound And Set as follows Standard ringtone..

Using the above steps, you can easily convert voice memos to iPhone ringtones without using a computer. In addition, you can assign it to a specific contact or set it as a text tone.

If you have other cool iPhone tricks, please drop a comment below.

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