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Topic # 162173 31-Jan-2015 14:20
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I've plugged the phone in via USB and found a folder called GT-I9300.

But it looks like there's nothing in any of the folders.  I want to copy a audio file
made with it's voice recorder. It shows in the phone under "Recorded files" and 'Voice 001'.

Any help appreciated. PC is XP but I can use Win7 machine if that'd be any better.
The phone does have a memory card.


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  Reply # 1225918 31-Jan-2015 14:46
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Have you installed samsung Kies?

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  Reply # 1225921 31-Jan-2015 15:05
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if both computers on the same modem download kies air. you ca find any file on your phone wirelessly




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  Reply # 1225922 31-Jan-2015 15:06
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Over bluetooth?



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  Reply # 1225925 31-Jan-2015 15:10
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Can you not do without samsung Kies? Just had a look at the requirements
and I don't meet them all.

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  Reply # 1225926 31-Jan-2015 15:11
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download Kies Air from google play. all you need is wifi modem and a web browser




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  Reply # 1225932 31-Jan-2015 15:32
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You dont need Kies. But you may have to unlock your phone to see anything on the device - this is a feature of Android (not Samsung specific AFAIK).

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  Reply # 1225944 31-Jan-2015 15:47
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Use AirDroid.




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  Reply # 1225969 31-Jan-2015 16:25
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Success. I did downlaod Kies but tit wouldn't work...  something about a missing driver.
Then I fluked some way to "USB PC Connection" on the phone and switched there from Camera (PTP) to Media Device (MTP)
and eveything came up in explorer.  The audio was in amr format but found a convertor via google to make it a wav.

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  Reply # 1226004 31-Jan-2015 18:26
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If you were on camera, thats why you would have nothing come up on the computer.

MTP should let you see everything, but it is super super slow.




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  Reply # 1231835 5-Feb-2015 17:29
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richms: If you were on camera, thats why you would have nothing come up on the computer.

MTP should let you see everything, but it is super super slow.

What's the fast way?

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  Reply # 1231836 5-Feb-2015 17:31
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There isn't one over usb because it can't support mass storage like the older androids did.

Best to send over wifi I found. Many file managers support connecting to windows shares and bulk copying.




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