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Old July 18th, 2014, 10:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Location of audio notes files

I used the default Notes application on my Verizon HTC One to record an important conversation with the expectation that it would be easy to transfer to my PC for archival. Unfortunately I can't seem to find it via the Backup Assistant program and I have no idea where the phone stores this information internally, which makes surfing folders for it a huge chore.

Can anyone tell me a sure-fire way of finding this type of file and backing it up on my PC? It's very important to me. Thank you in advance for your help.

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Old July 18th, 2014, 12:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Are you talking about "audio recorder" app? I I'm on sprint so could be called something different.

What options do you have in this app? "share", "rename", etc.?

With a file Explorer, navigate to /storage/ext_sd/My Documents/My Recordings

Again I'm on sprint, stock non rooted and locked.

Due to the way Google has locked up folder permissions, and if you are not rooted, it's best to plug the device to the computer and drag and drop like you normally do with similar tasks on the computer.
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Default do u mean Backup & reset

do u mean Backup & reset
If the Backup account is HTC account,
it only backup the accounts, passwords, bookmarks, messages, contacts,
and apps daily over wi-fi.
So your pictures, movies, even record communication voice files,
the Backup & reset system doesn't support it.

Suggest an app "Automatic call Recorder" ,it can link to Dropbox,
and after doing setting process, it will automatically backup upon the cloud.

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I used the default Notes application on my Verizon HTC One to record an important conversation with the expectation that it would be easy to transfer to my PC for archival. Unfortunately I can't seem to find it via the Backup Assistant program and I have no idea where the phone stores this information internally, which makes surfing folders for it a huge chore.

Can anyone tell me a sure-fire way of finding this type of file and backing it up on my PC? It's very important to me. Thank you in advance for your help.
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