Sync M4R Ringtones to iPhone/iPad
1) Download your ringtone and connect your iPhone/iPad device to your computer.
2) Open iTunes. Make sure that you have the latest version.
3) On your computer, find the ringtone, alarm, text tone or alert with the .m4r file extension.
4) Drag the ringtone file from your computer to your iOS device in the left sidebar of iTunes.
Set Your iPhone/iPad Ringtone
1) On your iOS device, go to Settings > Sounds & Haptics.
2) Tap the sound type (Ringtone, Text Tone, New Mail sound, etc.) you want to change.
3) Tap on the name of your ringtone or alert tone to play it and set it as the new sound.
Sync MP3 Ringtones to Android Phone
1) Download your ringtone and connect your Android phone to your computer using a USB cable and unlock it.
2) Open your device’s storage. If you are using Windows, you can find your Android phone in the Computer/My Computer window (⊞ Win + E). 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.
3) 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, 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”.
4) Drag the mp3 ringtone file into the Ringtones folder.
5) Disconnect your phone after the ringtone transfers. The transfer should only take a moment.
Set Your Android Ringtone
1) On your Android phone, go to Settings > Sound.
2) Tap the “Phone Ringtone” or “Ringtone” option. Select your ringtone from the list.
If the ringtone has an ID3 (information) tag, it will show up with the proper title, otherwise it will be displayed by its filename.