Bernie's ringtones are provided as MP3 files, but nearly every phone has a unique way off adding new ringtones. As a starting point, please refer to the specific instructions that came with your phone or device.
For additional tips on how to get your phone to recognize MP3 ringtones, please read below.
For iPhone or iTunes synced device:
Or you may be helped by this video describing how to use iTunes to create your custom ringtone, on Mac or Windows.
For Android based phones:
Step 1: Connect your Android smartphone to your Windows or Mac station via USB.
In Windows: In Windows Vista and 7, the mounted SD card shows up in Computer under Devices with Removable Storage. In XP, the SD card will be in My Computer.
In Mac: The mounted SD card will show up on the desktop.
Step 2: Once you have access to the SD card, create a new folder called ringtones. This will be the folder in which you store all compatible audio files you wish to use as ringtones.
Step 3: Just drag-and-drop (or copy and paste) the files you want to use into the folder. The ringtones should show up in your smartphone under:
Settings > Sound & Display > Phone Ringtone.
To convert MP3 to other formats:
Here is a selected list of programs to convert an MP3 to the format your phone requires: