Friday, November 23, 2007

Custom ringtones ( Windows Xp)

The iPhone and iTouch Firmware Unlock provides you with: Custom ringtones ( Windows Xp).
What I used: iPhone on 1.1.2 firmware Yes custom ringtones are back, for now. Thanks to the iDemocracy 2.0, Windows users now have an unbelievably simple way to add their own ringtones to the iPhone. You can read more about this program here. Attention I'm assuming you've jailbroken/activated and installed Installer and/or SSH on your iPhone already. If not, then go down the page and find the 1.1.2 unlock , or go to the right side of the blog and find unlocking guide for 1.1.2

  1. Download iDemocracy 2 here. Decompress the download file, read the read me (especially the part about installing the Microsoft Dot Net Framework version 3.0), and launch the program. Click the Media Manager button.

  2. Make sure you are in the Ringtones tab. Next enter your IPhone's IP address in the box where I have entered mine (in this case When you have added files you will want to click the Refresh Ringtones button, but for now you don't need to. To upload a ringtone click the + button.

  3. A file browser window will open. Navigate to your ringtone (which must be in AAC format - you can use iTunes to convert it from mp3), select it, and click Open.

  4. A few DOS windows will open and close, then another pop up will provide confirmation that the ringtone has been uploaded. Click OK.

  5. The ringtone will now appear in your list in the Ringtones tab.

  6. Check your ringtone menu. ( iPhone Menu)

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