Star Wars Ringtones

Looking for free Star Wars ringtones for your iPhone, Android, Blackberry or other type of cell phone? Look no further. Each unofficial ringtone has an audio players so that you can listen to it. There are also links to download the file two formats, mp3 and m4r (iPhone). If you have other ideas or suggestions for other Star Wars ringtones, leave us a comment.

How to Download

  • Right-click the desired format of the ringtone you want (mp3 or m4r)
  • Click “Save As” and choose the location to download to
  • iOS users will need to do this from their computer


900 years – mp3 / m4r

Help you – mp3 / m4r

Strong am I – mp3 / m4r

There is no try – mp3 / m4r

Darth Vader

What is thy bidding my master – mp3 / m4r


Squeaks 1 – mp3 / m4r

Squeaks 2 – mp3 / m4r

Squeaks 3 – mp3 / m4r

Squeaks 4 – mp3 / m4r

Squeaks 5 – mp3 / m4r

Whistle 1 – mp3 / m4r

Whistle 2 – mp3 / m4r

Whistle 3 – mp3 / m4r

Scream 1 – mp3 / m4r

Scream 2 – mp3 / m4r


Jawa – mp3 / m4r


Light Saber On – mp3 / m4r

Light Saber Off – mp3 / m4r

Blaster Gun – mp3 / m4r


Imperial March – mp3 / m4r

Cantina – mp3 / m4r

Episode 1

Main Title Song – mp3 / m4r

Duel of the Fates – mp3 / m4r

Qui-Gon’s Noble End – mp3 / m4r

Augie’s Great Municipal Band – mp3 / m4r

Episode 2

Across the Stars – mp3 / m4r

Bounty Hunter’s Pursuit – mp3 / m4r

Love Pledge / The Arena – mp3 / m4r

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  1. Heather Neufeld

    How about one with the alternate cantina song – Star Wars Cantina Band 2?

  2. EWOK9

    I am surprised that nobody has thought of the Darth Vader breathing sound.

  3. EWOK9

    Maybe that song from the last Jedi where the empire is defeated and all the Ewoks dance. EWOK9 is not my name but I am hiding my identity.

  4. Mary Nurrenbern

    I am not able to download these on my iPhone 8 Plus . I click the mp3/4 . Takes me to black screen and plays but no button to save it. Help

    1. EWOK9

      Me too except it is a 7☹️ My name is not EWOK9 but I am hiding my identity

  5. Lorraine footer

    What about incoming messages
    A message for you there is

  6. Xander

    Many thanks!!!

  7. Matt

    Awesome ringtones

  8. Candace Young

    First Order March with Captain Phasma would be a GREAT ringtone. Or maybe her phrases such as:
    “Stand Aside!”
    “Stay Alert!”

  9. Christina Compton

    I need help to put a Star Wars ring tone on my iPhone can anyone help thank you

    1. Nathan Humiston

      On Android (and perhaps iOS) you can download and app called Ringtone Maker which is blue with a white phone symbol.
      Follow the instructions.

      1. EWOK9

        Is it free?

    2. J Craig

      Connect your iPhone with your cable & open iTunes if not automatic and select the Tones folder under your Device that is connected.
      Open Finder and navigate to your iTunes Tones folder;
      /Users/yourname/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media/Tones
      From that Tones folder you navigated to in Finder, drag & drop the file you downloaded onto your Device Tones folder in iTunes. It will automatically sync from there.