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  1. OUTBURZT's Avatar
    i would say around 20 seconds. No more than 30 for sure.
    01-06-10 05:47 PM
  2. ravenwolven's Avatar

    Thank you! I have a mac and can't download any of the programs everyone else describes. This was insanely easy! YOU, MY FRIEND, ROCKKK!
    01-20-10 11:51 AM
  3. kanuto's Avatar
    works great.
    took me 2 mins to get this going.
    much faster than using any other program.
    thanks much.
    01-21-10 11:07 PM
  4. alexxzone's Avatar
    This Protected Music Converter can help making Blackberry mp3 ringtone out of DRM-protected iTunes .aac music and other .wma songs.
    01-22-10 06:52 AM
  5. Moo Cow's Avatar
    I am glad I found this thread. I will give it a whirl and see what happens.
    01-24-10 04:52 AM
  6. crucialleo's Avatar
    I am just mad I didn't think of this myself! I found the video on Youtube and started making ringtones. Glad I found it because I thought I would have to keep making my ringtones from my TP2.
    03-23-10 12:35 PM
  7. bklyn1494's Avatar
    how do u send it to ur blackberry?
    03-30-10 05:00 PM
  8. tsinelass's Avatar
    Wow, thanks! I'm learning a lot! =)))
    04-03-10 08:48 AM
  9. JocelynMarie's Avatar
    A few days ago I got an update for iTunes so I ran it.
    Today I go to make a ringtone and there is no ACC anymore!!
    What happened?
    How can I make my ringtones free like I have been doing!

    Please help.
    04-06-10 08:04 PM
  10. NKBurlington's Avatar
    Thanks for the help. This worked well.

    As for "sending it" to your BB, I used my BB Desktop Manager. I updated my itunes on my BB after adding the AAC 20 second music clip. Once that was done, I searched for the song on my BB and selected "Set as ringtone". Easy peasy!

    Jocelyn, did you check the "recently added" section of iTunes? It's on the left had side. It took me a few times to find my AAC file but that's where it was. Of course, once I found it, I had four copies of my selection there. LOL.
    08-03-10 07:35 AM
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