Would you like to share your pride of Dayton wherever you go? Download the I Love Dayton ringtone for your iPhone or Android!
To install on your iOS device:
Download the iOS file here
- Connect your device to your computer.
- Open iTunes. Make sure that you have the latest version.
- On your computer, find the ringtone you just downloaded
- Select the tone that you want to add to your device and copy it. (You can use a keyboard shortcut.)
- Return to iTunes and go to the Library tab of Music.
- Click on your device in the left sidebar, then click Tones.
- Paste your tone. (You can use a keyboard shortcut.)
If the above steps do not work do the following:
- Download the .mp3 version here
- Open iTunes
- Drag the .mp3 file into iTunes
- Right-Click the new file and create an AAC version
- Locate the new file in Explorer or Finder - right-click and select Locate in Explorer (or Finder)
- Change the extension of the new file from .mp3 to .m4r.
- Click OK
- Delete the .mp3 version from iTunes.
- Drag the .mp4 version into the Tones folder of your device
- Sync your device
Installation information from Apple Support
To install on your Android device:
Download the Android .mp3 here
- To get started, you'll need to either download a ringtone or notification sound directly to your Android device or transfer one from a computer to your device's internal storage.
- Once you've downloaded a sound file, you need to move it to the proper folder on your Android device to use it as your ringtone or notification sound. For this part, you'll need a file browser app. Any file browser will do the trick, but I'll be using an app named Solid Explorer to demonstrate, which is one of the best options out there.
- Once you've installed a file browser, open it and head to the Download folder on your internal storage or SD card. From here, long-press the ringtone or notification sound file that you downloaded in Step 1, then tap the "Cut" button at the top of the screen.
- Next, press your device's back button once to head out to the main SD card or internal storage directory again. From here, open the Ringtones folder if you're moving a ringtone, or open the Notifications folder if you're moving a notification sound file.
- Next, tap the "Paste" button to wrap things up, which, for Solid Explorer users, is the circular button near the bottom-right corner.
- If you find that your device does not already have a Ringtones or Notifications folder, you'll simply have to create one first. From the main SD card or internal storage directory (the directory that appears first when you open most file browser apps), simply tap the + button and select "New Folder," then name this folder either Ringtones or Notifications, depending on the file you're copying.
- When you've taken care of that, just paste the ringtone or notification file into the folder you just created.
- After pasting the ringtone or notification sound file into the right folder, simply reboot your phone or tablet so that Android can find the file. When the device starts back up, open the main Settings menu and head to the Sound & notification entry. From here, select either "Phone ringtone" or "Default notification ringtone," then choose your new ringtone from the list and press "OK."
Installation information from gadgethacks.com
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