Ringtone download and install
- Download .m4r file to your PC (click here).
- Add it to the Tones section of your iTunes library (using the 'Add file to library' menu option in iTunes or simply drag the file into the iTunes Tones list).
- In iTunes 12, you open the Tones section by clicking on the three dots and choosing Tones from the menu.
- In iTunes 12.4, you have to click on the button that says "Music", then Edit Menu... and tick the box next to Tones. Click Done, then click the Music button again and you will see the Tones section.
- For iTunes 11 (and previous) users, click the drop-down arrow to select the Tones section of your library. If you don't have a Tones section at all, click the menu at the very top-left corner of iTunes and choose Preferences... and make sure the Tones box is checked. Click OK and try again.
- Sync the ringtone to your phone.
- For iTunes 11 and previous: Connect your iPhone to your PC and click on 'iPhone' when it appears on the right-hand side of iTunes. Click on the Tones button in the menu running across the top and make sure Sync Tones is checked. If you choose 'selected tones' rather than 'All tones' make sure you tick the tones you want to appear on your iPhone. Click Apply at the bottom to start the sync.
- In iTunes 12, your phone - when you connect it via USB - will appear as an icon to the right of the three horizontal dots near the top-left corner. Don't click on it.
- Simply select the tones you want (hold down Ctrl and then click on each in turn). They'll be highlighted in blue. Click and hold on any one and drag them over the phone icon. A list will appear on the left: just drop the tones on the device and a sync should begin.
- If you have trouble making a tone appear, force a sync by clicking on the phone icon, then on the Tones section in the left-hand menu. Make sure a sync isn't already running, then tick the tones you want to transfer and click the Sync button at the bottom right of the iTunes window.
- In iTunes 12.4: Your phone will appear as an icon to the right of the Tones button. You can click and drag your ringtone and, as you do so, a panel will open on the left-hand side. Simply drop the tone(s) onto your iPhone to sync them.
- When the sync is finished, tap Settings on your iPhone, then Sounds, then Ringtone. Your custom tones will appear at the top of the list, above the default Ringtones.
- Download .m4a file to your PC (click here).
- Connect your Android phone to your computer using a USB cable
- Open your device's storage
- If you are using Windows, you can find your Android phone in the Computer/My Computer window.
- If you're using OS X, the Android phone will appear on your desktop, but you will need to download and install the Android File Transfer program first.
- Open the Ringtones folder. The location of this may vary depending on the phone you are using. It is most commonly found in the base folder for your device, but may also be found at /media/audio/ringtones/.
- If you don't have a Ringtones folder, you can create one in the base folder of your phone. Right-click on a blank space in your phone's root directory and click "Create new" -> "Folder".
- Copy the ringtone file into the Ringtones folder. You can click and drag the file from your computer to the Ringtones folder, or you can right-click it and select "Copy" and then right-click in the Ringtones folder and select "Paste".
- Disconnect your phone after the ringtone transfers.
- Open the Settings app on your phone and select "Sound".
- Tap the "Phone ringtone" or "Ringtone" option. Select Ferdie ringtone from the list.