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  1. Jdavid1

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    Once mounting my phone as a disk drive, how would I go about finding my recorded audio files on my phone? Also to listen to them would I need to convert them into some kind of new format to listen to them on media player? Thanks for any help.
     

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    what app are u using to record? I'd imagine they save as an mp3...
     
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    I'm using the one that came with the phone. When I look for them through my computer though I cannot find them.
     
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    saves as an .amr file, not sure what that is. But try emailing yourself the recordings.. the share button.
     
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    Try phone disk my documents then my recordings. Should be there. Should be able to listen to them.
     
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    If you have problems playing them on your computer, try a program called VLC Media Player. You can find it here http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ , like it says it plays just about everything without converting.
     

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