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Topic # 9469 20-Sep-2006 10:17
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Been trying to do two things for a long time now with my Harrier. First, trying to move audio recordings that I have made in Notes to the PC for playing in another media program. But I have been unable to find the audio file. get the text file, but no audio.

Second, I have also been wanting to save SMS messages. I have managed (after a fashion) to find the messags that I have sent, but all the ones that I have recieved have a file entry with a size of 0Kb and containing no info.

Any help in these two areas would be gratefully recieved.


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Reply # 46537 20-Sep-2006 10:41
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Welcome to Geekzone... To save your SMS I recommend using Jeyo Mobile Companion.

I am not sure about the notes though. The sound is embedded in the note, and synchronised to Outlook. And on Outlook you don't have the option to save the recording. I will have a look at this later.


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  Reply # 46566 20-Sep-2006 20:08
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I am not sure you can move audio notes on the harrier, i know you can on the Apache, i will try and find out for you

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