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ef37a



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phone ripping
      #1008593 - 15/09/12 12:54 PM
I have a nice little 50quid phone, Nokia 210.
Does me fine and has a neat voice recorder in it but try as I may I cannot find a method of dumping sound files off it via the usb connection.

I can copy them off in real time of course but this takes ages and ties up me phone!

Can this be done?

Dave.


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Richie Royale



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Re: phone ripping new [Re: ef37a]
      #1008594 - 15/09/12 01:30 PM
http://www.nokia.com/gb-en/support/product/nokia-suite/ Not sure what models it works with.

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Re: phone ripping new [Re: Richie Royale]
      #1008602 - 15/09/12 04:27 PM
Thanks Richie,
I already have the Nokia suite supplied with the phone and cannot see a "dump" function in that.
I have downloaded the one from the link however so I will have a hack!

Dave.


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Re: phone ripping new [Re: ef37a]
      #1008735 - 16/09/12 10:31 PM


Quite often mobile telphones appear as a storage device in windows explorer

Browse to the offending folder, then copy and paste to your PC

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ef37a



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Re: phone ripping new [Re: Madman_Greg]
      #1008992 - 18/09/12 03:22 PM
Quote Madman_Greg:



Quite often mobile telphones appear as a storage device in windows explorer

Browse to the offending folder, then copy and paste to your PC




Thanks Greg! Tried this yesterday and it worked! I swear it did NOT work a month or so ago.

There is a snag however, the recorder uses .amr files and nothing will open them. Tried Samplitude, WMP, Reaper, Audacity, (V suprised that wouldn't). I did find Switch Sound File Converter so I did it in the end but I would prefer a straight player and dump to .wav.

Dave.


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Re: phone ripping new [Re: ef37a]
      #1009026 - 18/09/12 07:01 PM

I tend to use VLC which seems to be able to play most things

Have a look here and make your choice

http://www.fileinfo.com/extension/amr

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