Now it’s time for iPhone and macOS users to return to their old habits. The drag and drop technique is back now and it’s easy to move files between macOS and iOS. This technique was removed on the previous iTunes versions before Catalina and Big Sur. After the Catalina, macOS became friendly, and instead of manual uploading by exploring the folder, You can drag and drop ringtone from macOS Big Sur or Catalina using iTunes.
Still, people who can’t use the Drag and Drop method due to the old version or any other reason can use Finder. Using Finder is also as simple as Drag and Drop. We will guide you on how exactly copy a Ringtone to iPhone from MacOS Big Sur & Catalina Using Finder
Copy a Ringtone to iPhone from MacOS Big Sur/Catalina Using Finder
Copying and transferring ringtones over to iPhone is quite simple for MacOS Big Sur and Catalina, here’s all you need to do:
- Connect the iPhone to the Macbook or other macOS device using the original USB cable for better connectivity.
- Select your connection iPhone from the Finder in MacOS.
- Locate the .m4r ringtone file in the file system.
- Drag and drop it into the iPhone “Sync” window within Finder.
- The m4r ringtone file will get copied to the iPhone from the Mac file system.
Once the process got completed, locate the Ringtone on your iPhone among your iPhone Audio Files. Set the audio file as a ringtone to your iPhone and here’s you successfully set the favorite ringtone.
Well, we have already posted a guide on how to fix the can’t move ringtone to iPhone issue. In case, if any of you failed to move the ringtone using this method must follow that guide.
You can make ringtones on your iPhone by yourself. Visit the Clideo and upload the file from which you want to make a ringtone.