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Picture of How to make .amr ringtones and get them on your phone
I am the kind of person who constantly changes their desktop background, their PS3 background, and most importantly in this instance, their cellphone ringtone.  This Instructable is for a method I use to make all my own ringtones.

Step 1: Getting Started

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First of all, if you don't have audacity go get it.  Here's a link: audacity.sourceforge.net/.

Now on to the real part.  Open up Audacity and select click Project>Import Audio.  Or you can just hit Ctrl+I.  When the window comes up direct it to the song you wish to use.

 
baudeagle3 months ago

I noticed in Audacity, there is an export to *.AMR file. Would this eliminate the need for the AMR to MP3 program?

finfan7 (author)  baudeagle3 months ago
Yes, that would work.
This instructable is pretty old. Audacity has been updated many times since I wrote it. Phones have also come a long way since then too. Depending on your phone you may find that you can use mp3s, wavs or .oggs as ringtones. If you can I would recommend that you do. Those formats are a bit better than amr in my opinion.
comeincrease4 months ago

You may also refer to this step by step guide to convert amr to your phone more supported mp3, wav, m4a etc at http://www.idealshare.net/audio-converter/amr-to-mp3-converter-mac-windows.html