1. gros21's Avatar
    ok does any one know of a program similar to iphoneringtinemaker that ai cna sue for sms cheers will pay for it if needbe
    2008-03-01 02:00 PM
  2. gameviper's Avatar
    i use a program called wavepad. google it
    2008-03-01 03:13 PM
  3. SonicMouse's Avatar
    iRinger can do SMS tones as well as ringtones.

    If your iPhone is jailbroken, you can use the built in SCP feature and use the M4A extension.

    http://www.iringer.net/
    2008-03-01 10:37 PM
  4. gros21's Avatar
    my phone is unlocked (don't know what method) i tried i ringer no luck. im looking for some thing easy and simple.

    but i coldn't get i ringer to send it 2 my iphone grrr.
    2008-03-02 04:01 AM
  5. SonicMouse's Avatar
    I figured you could add more SMS tones to the iPhone, but you can only replace the 6 that already exist.

    In this directory:
    /System/Library/Audio/UISounds/

    There are six tones:
    1. sms-received1.caf
    2. sms-received2.caf
    3. sms-received3.caf
    4. sms-received4.caf
    5. sms-received5.caf
    6. sms-received6.caf


    So, to replace them...

    Make sure you have an SSH server on your phone (install OpenSSH from Installer app)

    Open iRinger, create the sound you want

    In iRinger, click Export, uncheck the "export to iTunes" checkbox
    Select "no gap" in the looping box
    For Ringtone Title put: sms-received<n> (<n> = a number 1 to 6)
    Check the "Export via SCP"

    in the SSH dialog:

    Enter the details to your phone's SSH server then for the Target put:
    /System/Library/Audio/UISounds/%TITLE%.caf

    Hit "Go"... and you will have the custom SMS tone.
    2008-03-03 06:22 AM
  6. jceezy's Avatar
    I figured you could add more SMS tones to the iPhone, but you can only replace the 6 that already exist.

    In this directory:
    /System/Library/Audio/UISounds/

    There are six tones:

    1. sms-received1.caf
    2. sms-received2.caf
    3. sms-received3.caf
    4. sms-received4.caf
    5. sms-received5.caf
    6. sms-received6.caf


    So, to replace them...

    Make sure you have an SSH server on your phone (install OpenSSH from Installer app)

    Open iRinger, create the sound you want

    In iRinger, click Export, uncheck the "export to iTunes" checkbox
    Select "no gap" in the looping box
    For Ringtone Title put: sms-received<n> (<n> = a number 1 to 6)
    Check the "Export via SCP"

    in the SSH dialog:

    Enter the details to your phone's SSH server then for the Target put:
    /System/Library/Audio/UISounds/%TITLE%.caf

    Hit "Go"... and you will have the custom SMS tone.


    ok.. i tried this method, but when i restarted my phone, these files comes up blank... is there something that i'm missing.. thanks in advanced
    2008-03-14 06:24 AM
  7. aiden1983's Avatar
    u using a mac or pc? If using a mac use AFP to access the files and you will be good to go. But the above mentioned method does work as I have changed mine. To make your own sms sound get a mp3, open quicktime and click export then as a .caf. Rename it sms-received6.caf, replace using above method, restart phone, go to settings, sounds, new text message then select Elactronic and it will be your new ring. Hope this helped.
    2008-03-20 04:34 PM
  8. patai's Avatar
    I figured you could add more SMS tones to the iPhone, but you can only replace the 6 that already exist.

    In this directory:
    /System/Library/Audio/UISounds/

    There are six tones:
    1. sms-received1.caf
    2. sms-received2.caf
    3. sms-received3.caf
    4. sms-received4.caf
    5. sms-received5.caf
    6. sms-received6.caf


    So, to replace them...

    Make sure you have an SSH server on your phone (install OpenSSH from Installer app)

    Open iRinger, create the sound you want

    In iRinger, click Export, uncheck the "export to iTunes" checkbox
    Select "no gap" in the looping box
    For Ringtone Title put: sms-received<n> (<n> = a number 1 to 6)
    Check the "Export via SCP"

    in the SSH dialog:

    Enter the details to your phone's SSH server then for the Target put:
    /System/Library/Audio/UISounds/%TITLE%.caf

    Hit "Go"... and you will have the custom SMS tone.

    HI, Sorry about my english, because iīm brazilian.

    I changed my sms sound, but there a thing that isnīt good.
    The music sms not stop wen i receive a sms (i was put a music with a 30 second duration), the music stop only finish the music, i read a sms and the music continue playing.

    When i receive a call i push the boton on iphone and the music stop, when i receive a sms it isnīt happen.

    Please, do you know about this?
    2008-03-25 04:44 PM
  9. somya mantry's Avatar
    well i have followed every step iringer converts the ringtone into m4r format and not .caf format so the ringtone replaced is not read by the phone..i even switched off my phone and renamed the file as .caf..still nothing happened
    does any one know any .caf converter
    that can help
    2008-11-12 12:36 AM
  10. timoxbox's Avatar
    how can you get iringer for mac and can audio hijack pro work for that
    2008-11-23 03:00 AM
  11. icenine's Avatar
    HI, Sorry about my english, because iīm brazilian.

    I changed my sms sound, but there a thing that isnīt good.
    The music sms not stop wen i receive a sms (i was put a music with a 30 second duration), the music stop only finish the music, i read a sms and the music continue playing.

    When i receive a call i push the boton on iphone and the music stop, when i receive a sms it isnīt happen.

    Please, do you know about this?
    SMS sounds should not be longer than 3 seconds.
    2009-04-09 02:45 PM
  12. lach's Avatar
    Hey,
    just download the latest version of QuickSMS from Cydia
    QuickSMS - all you need for messaging

    Then once you have made your sms tones you can use them on individual contacts
    2009-04-10 02:32 PM
  13. Bielzebub's Avatar
    I followed these instructions that apparently I can't post the site's name on here... but it's as follows:

    step 1.
    get the file you want and open it in goldwave(free program) http://www.goldwaving.com/downloads/gwave525.exe or any other music software and save it as ".aiff"

    step 2.
    and they need to be named sms-receivedX.caf (change X to Number between 1 and 6 depending on what sms tone you want to replace)

    step 3.
    then ssh into this folder and put your sms in there
    "/System/Library/Audio/UISounds"

    I used i-FunBox | File Manager and Hi-Speed Transfer Tool for iPhone and iPhone 3G (iFunBox Download Page) to ssh into my phone, which i find is the easiest way to do it, just copy it straight over! perhaps make a backup if you ever want to use whichever sms tone you are replacing...
    2009-10-15 09:49 AM
  14. mwahoski's Avatar
    I've followed these instructions. I've tried the multiple ways. Everytime I choose on the sound or receive an SMS, there is no sound. I've copied the .caf file that I sent to my phone and it plays fine on my computer, but it won't play on my phone. The sound is only two seconds long. Any help would be appreciated.
    Last edited by mwahoski; 2010-01-05 at 07:12 PM.
    2009-12-20 10:34 PM
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