W&M Ringtone

Want to show off your Tribe Pride anywhere — especially every time your mobile phone rings? Then you’ve come to the right place.

Credit
Special thanks to Andy DeSoto ’09, the William & Mary Wind Symphony, conductor Professor Angela M. Holt and Christian Amonson/Arts Laureate for providing us with the audio for the ringtone.

Download as M4R [1.1M] for iPhone™
Download as MP3 [1.1M] for many other mobile phones


Instructions for Smart Phones:

Download a Ringtone Maker application from app store. In ringtone maker to "Search" for wm_fight_ringtone- then "Download". Go to "Library" and set as ringtone. (The process for downloading and installing ringtones to a smartphone may vary greatly based on phone, operating system, and service provider.)

Other Methods:

To side load and sync ringtones to your phone, follow the instructions below. You’ll need your phone, your computer, and a USB cable.

iPhone

If you have an Apple® iPhone™ mobile digital device, use the download instructions:

  1. Download the ringtone file to a directory of your choosing on your computer and import to iTunes
  2. Double click the file to open it in iTunes and import it into the ringtones library. Sync to phone
  3. Plug your iPhone into your computer and click on iPhone
  4. Click on ringtones tab
  5. Make sure that the “sync ringtones” checkbox is checked. Click “sync.” Set as ringtone
  6. Use your iPhone to set the ringtone as you normally would — either as the default ringtone or assigned to a contact
Android™ Phones

If you have a cell phone with the Android operating system, use the download instructions below.

  1. Download the ringtone file to a directory of your choosing on your computer. Sync to phone
  2. Connect your Android phone to your computer using a USB cable
  3. Set the phone to connect as a Disk Drive. Note: If you are not prompted to “Mount as disk drive,” check the Android Status Bar and click the USB connection type. Choose “Disk drive – Mount as disk drive” as your connection type
  4. On your Desktop, click “My Computer” and find the disk drive associated with your Android phone. Note: If you see a separate drive for your SD Card, you may use either drive
  5. Open the drive and look for a folder labeled "ringtones." If it does not exist, create one now
  6. Drag the MP3 file to the “ringtones” folder
  7. Safely remove the phone (using “Safely Remove Hardware” for PC or the eject button for Mac) and physically disconnect it to complete the transfer
  8. Set as ringtone
  9. On your phone, open Settings. Sound & Display, Phone Ringtone, and choose your new ringtone! (It will have the same name as the MP3 file.) This will set your default ringtone. To assign a ringtone to a contact, follow your phone’s instructions
Other Phones

Most smartphones can play MP3 files as ringtones. The process for downloading and installing ringtones to a smartphone may vary greatly based on phone, operating system, and service provider. Check your phone’s user manual or your provider’s website.