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Saving voice mail greeting, please help!
This might be long, but here goes:
I have an EVO, but have to switch to Verizon. Problem is, I have 3 lines, one of them being my mother-in-law's phone. The problem with that is it used to be my father-in-law's, but on Christmas Eve 2005 he had a massive heart attack and passed away. And the voice mail greeting on that phone is still my father-in-law's voice, and the family (and I) would not want to loose it.
So here's the thing: when I switch to Verizon, the phone and voice greeting will disappear, so I want to record it somehow, so when I make the switch, I can play it into the new phone to record the greeting again.
My question: Using my EVO, is there an app of some sort that will record a phone call, so if I call the phone and get the voice message greeting, it gets recorded? That way I can play it back into the new phone, and the greeting reappears. I know the quality mmight suffer, but as long as I can get it recorded digitally, in any kind of format, I can find a way to play it back into the phone.
I know you guys in this forum are awesome, and I know SOMEBODY will be able to help me on this. I can't switch until I get this done.
Thanks a lot guys!!!!!!
East Providence, RI