Kyle’s not a fan of being filmed from the side (see videos below!) so we decided to use all of the Kyle & Jackie O resources to put together a 20 second ringtone for everyone to download!

See how to download on iPhone and Android below!

Use the Ringtone on iPhone

On your computer, click on the ‘download’ icon on the top right of the soundcloud file above, it looks like this…


Once downloaded, goto where you saved it and drag into iTunes (download iTunes here if you haven’t got it already, it’s free!). You can right click on the file and “open with” ‘iTunes’

This will open in the ‘Tones’ section of iTunes. You can check this by going to iTunes, and ‘View’ and then ‘Tones’.

You next have to sync your phone. To do this connect your iPhone and computer with the charger cord and hitting ‘Sync’ on iTunes.

The most important thing to do is to make sure in ‘Tones’ on iTunes you have the button ‘Sync Tones’ checked!

When the sync is done, your ringtones should be available in the sound settings of your iPhone. To see them, tap “Settings” on your iPhone, then “Sounds”, then “Ringtone” and then choose the new tone. If everything worked out, it should appear at the top of the list right above the default Ringtones.


Use the Ringtone on Android

Download your file from the above (simply click on the down arrow icon in the top right), save on your computer.

Connect your Android phone to your computer using a USB cable. Unlock your screen if it’s locked.

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.

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. The transfer process should only take a moment.

Open the Settings app on your phone and select “Sound”.

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.

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