With iTunes 12.7, Apple was kind enough to finally start trimming the fat in the bloated software. Unfortunately, Cupertino decided to do that by giving the axe to our ability to manage apps and ringtones within iTunes. We’ve found out how to find File Sharing, as well as manually add apps and custom ringtones to your iPhone using iTunes 12.7. Let me show you how to add custom ringtones to your iPhone now that iTunes 12.7 has changed that.
It Isn’t All That Difficult to Add Custom Ringtones to Your iPhone
It may be confusing at first, since you can’t just visit the Tones section and manually synchronize or delete specific ringtones. However, it’s really pretty simple to add custom ringtones to your iPhone. All you have to do is drag and drop your files onto the On My Device section within iTunes’ view of your iPhone. The software does the rest of the work, copying the file to your device and making it available for you to use.
Unfortunately, we don’t know yet how to delete ringtones from the iPhone.I’ve attempted this in iMazing, and only succeeded in making the ringtone unavailable for use. It’s still on my device, but I have no way to use it. I’ve tried copying it back to my iPhone, and that just succeeded in putting multiple copies of the same unusable ringtone on the device. I’ll keep tinkering with it, though, and report back when I find out how to fully delete ringtones from an iPhone, since iTunes doesn’t allow that anymore.