How can I save voicemails on the iPhone 4


Voicemail messages are handled by your cell phone provider, not the phone, so you cannot actually physically save them to a phone, you can however use simple voice recording software and connect your iphones headphone jack into the audio input jack on the computer, and use that to record and store the message on the computer. on!

Can you save texts on the iPhone 4

To save texts from an iPhone 4 to your computer, get the iPhone text message backup software and connect the iPhone to your computer. Launch Tansee iPhone Transfer SMS, the SMS contact info will be automatically displayed as shown in your iPhone screen. !

What is the little hole on the side of iPhone 4′s for

The holes on the side of the iphone 4 are the Headphone Jack (plug in headphone here) and the Microphone (Not the same mic that you speak into on calls. Rather, this one is designed to record sound while you're shooting video.) !

What should I do when my iPhone 4 sound is not working

. The problem is almost certainly due to condensation in the headphone jack. Others suggested repeatedly inserting and removing the headphone plug. I fixed my problem by blowing on the headphone jack with a hair dryer.

5 Responses to “How can I save voicemails on the iPhone 4”

How do you save voicemail messages from the iPhone 4 to your PC?

By skido January 29th, 2013 at 17:34:13

Your network provider stores voice mail messages and sends them to your iPhone via a standard cellphone call. Because of this the only way to retain a voice mail message is to leave it on the operator’s server. By installing the third-party iPhone ap

By Jammydodger January 29th, 2013 at 20:32:13

The iPhone’s voice mail system is simple and intuitive but it has one major drawback: you can’t easily transfer your voice mail messages off of the phone. If you want to save your voice mail as files, you have several options, but some invo…

By January 29th, 2013 at 23:45:19

Every once in a while you find yourself listening to a voice mail message that you just can’t or shouldn’t delete. You might have a message from a relative singing happy birthday, or a message from a colleague with sensitive information you…

By Romanle January 30th, 2013 at 01:47:49

A number from the houston area code called my number, as I didn’t know who it was, I ignored it, it called again immediately after, then a day later, a different houston numbe

By gregorym January 30th, 2013 at 04:01:32

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