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Best way to save old saved VM messages to your Android device or your computer?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Tenacious--M, Jun 20, 2010.

  1. Tenacious--M

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    I have a few saved voicemails that I want to keep. How can I best save them to my phone or save them to my computer. Save maybe as a Mp3 or Wav file. Or even email them as an attachment?
     

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  2. crikreef

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    Just got Google Voice setup and running. Along with being able to save all your old voicemails on your Google Voice account, you can have custom greetings for different groups of contacts, and get your voicemails transcribed to you in an email, SMS, or both. Yet another reason Google is amazing.
     
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  3. takeshi

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    I suggest GV as well. As for your current voicemail situation -- you'd need to contact your carrier. VM is not a phone feature.
     
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  4. Roze

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    What if you're not in the US of A? GV is not an option for everyone, lol.
     
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  5. regression

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    Before I got Google Voice, I used a mic on my PC to record the VM. Not the best situation, but one option....
     
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  6. Tenacious--M

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    Does this give you the option to save them as mp3 or wav files to your pc?
     
  7. regression

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    Yes, from the Google Voice website, you can download each voice mail as an mp3 file.
     

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