How to Set NASA Ringtone on iPhone | Theme of Astronauts
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Missed out on becoming a NASA astronaut? Well, a NASA ringtone could at least help individuals feel that astronaut vibes by listening to what they are listening to.

Here's How to Set NASA Ringtone on iPhone:

1st Step: Download the NASA Audio

Go to the NASA Audio and Ringtones page to look for an audio you like. There are multiple downloadables on the NASA Sounds section in order to find the right NASA ringtone. There are a number of categories to choose from from the Mission Control of Apollo 11 to the Space Shuttle launch. Download the sound you want and save the link. It is usually automatically in M4R format.

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2nd Step: Send Ringtone to iPhone

There are two ways to send the ringtone to the iPhone through MacOS either Catalina or newer. It is also possible to send the NASA ringtone through Windows and iTunes. While NASA has been doing a lot for Earth, people on Earth can play the NASA ringtone to bring them closer to the journey.

  • Step A: MacOS with Catalina

Go to the "General Tab" and click on "Manually Manage Music, Movies and TV Shows." This is where owners can add the M4R by dragging and dropping it onto the sync menu. Go to the "Sounds and Haptics" menu that can be found on the "Settings App." Check out the options under "Sounds and Vibration Patterns" and look for the NASA ringtone that was added. Make sure that the M4R file is less than 40 seconds and to remove a ringtone, swipe left.

  • Step B: Windows Through iTunes

For Windows, users need iTunes to import the NASA ringtone. For those without iTunes, go to the Apple website to simply install it. Once set up, connect the iPhone to the computer and let the computer have access to your iPhone. Once connected to the iPhone, go to the Tones tab and drag the NASA ringtone M4R file into iTunes. 

Once again, go to the "Sounds and Haptics" menu that can be found on the "Settings App." Check out the options under "Sounds and Vibration Patterns" and look for the NASA ringtone that was added. Make sure that the M4R file is less than 40 seconds and to remove a ringtone, swipe left.

3rd Step: Try Your Ringtone Out!

Ask a friend or family member to give your phone a call or a text and see if the ringtone works and suits you! The guide was provided by 9to5mac and can also be followed should you want to use other ringtones as well. It is important, however, to make sure that the files are being converted to M4R to make sure that they can easily be imported to the phone.

As more and more photos of Mars have been taken, it would be quite cool to pair those photos with ringtones of music that NASA plays. 

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