While sending you the ringtones is part of the process, we want to make sure that getting your new MusMe ringtones on your phone so they are ready to use is as easy and straightforward as we can make it. We decided to lay out a detailed step-by-step process on how to download and implement our ringtones onto your iPhone so you can start using them.
Starting on your computer, click on this link (https://song.space/4w7xzh) where all of our ringtones have been organized.
Select the ringtone that you would like to use and click the Arrow icon to the right of the ringtone file. This will take you to a screen that gives you the option to download your ringtone. We suggest that you download each of these ringtones individually. Make sure to select “Download original file.” Each of these ringtone files are already in M4R format, the necessary format in order for the ringtone to be able to sync to your iPhone.
Once downloaded, you should soon see the ringtone file pop up under “Downloads” on your computer. Once you identify where the file is, drag the file into your screensaver region known as “Desktop.” We advise that you create a folder on your computer titled “Ringtones” so that every month you can fill it with our new ringtones.
Open your Music Application on your computer, and then, using a lightning-to-USB adapter, plug your iPhone into your computer. Once your iPhone shows up on the left-hand side of your music library, click on that.
Once there, click on the “Sync Settings'' icon in the top right corner of the page. This will take you to a new page. Then click on the “General” icon in the menu bar. There should be a check box that’s labeled “Manually manage music, movies, and TV shows.” Make sure that box is checked off, and that the “Automatically sync when this iPhone is connected” box is unchecked.
Drag the ringtone into the general field of the iPhone sync page, which will show up with a green "+" icon next to the file before releasing the mouse. This will place your new ringtone onto your iPhone.
Lastly, open your phone and go to “Settings,” then go to “Sounds and Haptics” where you will see a place that says “Ringtones.” Once you click on that, you should then be able to see your recently imported ringtone at the very top of the page, along with the rest of the Apple default ringtones. You can then repeat these steps for the next set of ringtones you decide to import.