1. blueyzfr6's Avatar
    I have a Verizon S4 and I'm switching to T-Mobile. My mom passed away about 5 years ago, and I saved her last voice mail she left me. How do I save it to the sd card? I was going to call NSA and see if they could email it to me, but u figured thus would be easier.

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    12-10-2013 07:37 AM
  2. Matt_Zenick's Avatar
    I have a Verizon S4 and I'm switching to T-Mobile. My mom passed away about 5 years ago, and I saved her last voice mail she left me. How do I save it to the sd card? I was going to call NSA and see if they could email it to me, but u figured thus would be easier.

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    That's so nice the bet i can think of it to use a recording device and save it to a SD card and i am sorry for your loss
    12-10-2013 07:43 AM
  3. tech_head's Avatar
    I have a Verizon S4 and I'm switching to T-Mobile. My mom passed away about 5 years ago, and I saved her last voice mail she left me. How do I save it to the sd card? I was going to call NSA and see if they could email it to me, but u figured thus would be easier.

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    I did this for someone.
    What I did was use Skype from a laptop with a recorder plugin. I then recorded the call.
    There are some call recording apps, but I have never used them. I think most require root.
    12-10-2013 11:57 AM
  4. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    I have a Verizon S4 and I'm switching to T-Mobile. My mom passed away about 5 years ago, and I saved her last voice mail she left me. How do I save it to the sd card? I was going to call NSA and see if they could email it to me, but u figured thus would be easier.

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    I helped my girlfriend save a voice mail by hers by playing it on her 'dumbphone' and I used my voice recorder on my phone. The clarity came out really well. Even though it was a recording of a recording, I couldn't tell. There seemed to be no flaws.
    12-19-2013 03:36 PM
  5. rashaadp's Avatar
    I have a galaxy s4 - no need to purchase ANYTHING
    1 - go to the voicemail icon, find the voicemail you want to save, click menu then select archive the message
    (if it is not in side swipe format, Then long press on the message and select what looks like a memory card at the bottom)
    (the message is now stored in the file folder of the phone itself)\
    2 - transfer to memory card or to computer from the phone - VIA COPY & PASTE (it will be an .amr file)
    3 - play .amr file using realcloud, or download FREE .amr to .mp3 converter
    4 - use the converter to convert .amr to .mp3
    5 - SAVE WHEREVER YOU LIKE GOOD LUCK NO PURCHASE NECESSARY
    07-24-2014 06:26 AM
  6. Gina Cerone's Avatar
    What voice mail icon are you referring too?
    01-28-2015 12:10 PM
  7. Lisa3913's Avatar
    for rashaadp: HI, tried following your instructions but when I click on the Voicemail icon it leads me to a screen requesting 2.99$/month for subscription. Any other ideas? Thanks in advance!
    02-10-2015 05:43 PM
  8. dt03457's Avatar
    On the phone, I simply pressed on the message until the drop-down menu appeared and chose save. This stores the message on the phone's internal storage and removes the VMail from the server. I then connected the phone via USB and went to the phone's internal drive where there is a "Voicemails" folder and copied them to my computer's hard drive. The files are .amr files and I just use VideoLan to play them.

    I have a Droid Maxx, but assume the Android OS would work the same on a Galaxy.
    06-01-2015 11:46 AM

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