Exporting Voicemail Files


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  1. hsano6294

    hsano6294 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hello,
    Does anyone know how to export visual voicemail files? I'd like to archive some files to my computer and free some space from my Verizon voice mail allocation. These files contain my son's early talking days, so I'd like to save them.
    I have a Motorola Droid running Android 2.2.
    Thanks!
    Haj
     

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  2. Martimus

    Martimus One bite at a time... Moderator

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    Welcome to the Android Forums!

    According to Verizon Wireless you can either archive your visual voicemails or email them to yourself.

    Verizon | Answers to FAQs about visual voicemail


    1. What is archiving?
    2. Visual Voice Mail offers you the ability to save important messages to your My Sounds or External Memory Card.
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    4. What can I do with archived messages?
      Now you can own your message and transfer these files to other locations for additional use. Use these audio files to store memories or for important events.
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    1. How do I archive a message?
    2. Highlight the message.
    3. Press the right soft key labeled OPTIONS.
    4. Select the Archives feature.
    5. Select whether to save to My Sounds or External Memory Card.
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    2. Can I send a Visual Voice Mail message to an email address?
    3. Yes, by launching the MMS application directly from Visual Voice Mail.
    4. Save the message.
    5. Launch multimedia messaging option.
    6. Add the email address.
    7. Attach the Visual Voice Mail file as an audio file.
    8. Press Send.
     
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    Steven58 Reformed PH VIP Member

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  4. Sabroth

    Sabroth New Member

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    Hello,

    I have a similar request as the first post above except that I would like to export my visual voicemail files, version 2.0.19, from my Nexus S running Android 4.0.3 with T-Mobile as my provider.

    In particular, is there a way to export all of my visual voicemails in bulk to my computer instead of one at a time as you instructed above? Once exported, if possible, will I need additional software on my computer to play them?

    Thank you.

    Bas
     

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