Version 2.84 of Ringtones adds a nice little pop-up after you have created a ringtone using the Direct Ringtones feature. Instead of being left wondering if the ringtone you created worked…you now get a pop-up letting you know the Ringtone was created. However, I seriously tried everything I could to make this version of Ringtones work after I updated it to no avail!! Finally, I uninstalled it, restarted my iPhone (not just resprung the SpringBoard), reinstalled it and restarted my iPhone again. Then, it finally worked. I had to go through this same process with the last version as well. I was also hoping to see a fix for the issue with the Carrier Logo from the previous version. However, it still changes your carrier logo to say that Ringtones has been Enabled making the Carrier Logo to long and adding the …. to it (thus changing it from Brooke to Broo…).
NOTE: I also figured out something else tonight. Doug had noticed that my ringtone (created with the Direct Ringtone feature) only played for a few seconds and then just did nothing…it continued to ring but, with no sound. Usually, I would have answered it in time and would not have noticed this issue. So, this is what I figured out…when you are in Direct Ringtones…you have to let the song play for as long as you would like your ringtone to be before you select Set as Default Ringtone. I had assumed that it would just automatically create a 30 second ringtone starting at the beginning of the song when you selected Set as Default Ringtone. However, that was not a correct assumption, you have to let it play for as long as you want the Ringtone to be then tap Set as Default Ringtone. After I did that…it worked great! Ringtones is available through the Skrew source.