I did a drag and drop on my computer with my phone attached by cable. I don’t know if the procedure changed with IOS updates, but this is what I did
Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer. Use the charging cable that came with your iPhone or iPad to connect it to your computer.
Open iTunes. iTunes has a white icon with two music notes. Click the icon in the Windows Start menu, or Applications folder on Mac.
Navigate to the custom ringtones on your computer. Use the Finder on Mac, or Windows Explorer to navigate to the custom ringtones on your computer.
Select all the custom ringtones. Click the ringtones to select them. To select multiple ringtones, press and hold Ctrl or Command on Mac, and select all the files.
Right-click the files and click Copy. It’s in the menu that appears when you right-click a selected item on PC and Mac.
- If you are using a magic mouse or trackpad on Mac, you can right-click by clicking with two fingers
Click back over to iTunes and click Library. It’s the first tab at the top of the iTunes app.
Click your device icon. It’s the icon that resembles an iPhone or iPad. It’s next to the drop-down menu in the upper-left corner of iTunes. This displays the library on your device.
Click Tones. It’s in the sidebar menu to the left at the bottom. This displays the ringtones on your device.
Click Edit. It’s in the menu bar at the top of iTunes.
Click Paste. This pastes your copied ringtones into your iTunes library on your device.
- Alternatively, you can drag and drop the ringtone audio files into the “Tones” folder for your device in the sidebar to the left.
- You can also delete old ringtones from the “Tones” folder for your device in iTunes.