IPhone Jailbreak tweak allows you to play any song as your iPhone alarm tone.
One of the great things about jailbreaking your iPhone (how-to guide here) is the ability to attain complete control over the devices features and functions. I’ve already mentioned Siriteet and SiriSports to name a few, but another one of my new, simple favorites is MyAlarm.
Though it does nothing particularly fancy, MyAlarm does allow you to choose any song from your music collection to use for your iPhone alarm tone.
So instead of having to use sound clip, i.e. a ringtone or stock sounds like Marimba or Bell Tower, you can use a full-length song (which some may really need to get them out of bed).
So how does it work? It’s simple. Take your jailbroken iPhone (guide) and open the Cydia store app. Search for “MyAlarm” (free) and select “Install.” Once it’s installed follow the “Restart Springboard” prompt and open your iPhone’s “Settings.”
In “Settings” scroll down to “MyAlarm” as shown above and tap it. Now select “Choose Song” and pick the song you want to set for your iPhone Alarm Tone. Then tap “Set Song As Alarm” and wait for the “Done” message screen.
Now if you open up your iPhone alarm settings you’ll see “export.m4a” set as your new iPhone alarm tone (this is the song you selected).
So now you can ditch Marimba and choose an entire song for your iPhone alarm tone.
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