How do I actually get to the voice recordings so I can delete them without actually having to reset my entire phone? When trying to record a voice message it just says voice message full and doesn't give me an option to delete anything. Is there a place you can go on your phone to find saved voice recordings so they can be deleted manually without actually reseting or clearing the entire phone? I went to sounds already and it's not there.
Depending on how your razr is set up, you should be able to click on the "settings" button, then click the "tools" option, which will open that sub-directory, then scroll down to where it says "voice records", open that, and then click the menu bar (the one that looks like a flat bar like --- ) and then it should give you the option to delete it.
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Once you delete something from a phone it's very difficult to retrieve (next to impossible actually) but their may be hope if you backed up your phone to iTunes you can go into iTunes at the main screen where it displays your phone info there will be a button to restore your phone to a previous backup (you may have to restore your phone to get the restore backup option to appear) a full tutorial can be found at the iTunes support page under backup restore PS: hopefully you backed up your phone before you trimmed your memos the backups are time stamped
Sounds like there is something physically wrong with the mic.
Try recording a message with any voice recording apps you have on the phone. You can also try voice commands such as google search via voice.
If nothing picks up, then it will be hardware.
Problem solved! Turns out that my son didn't realize that you have to call your voicemail box and delete voice messages by pressing "7" on the keypad. He thought that when you pressed "erase all" on the text message menu it erased voice mail, too. So the mailbox was full, as it only holds twenty messages. Sometimes the most obvious solution is the solution!
to record voice memos, press the menu button, and select OFFICE->RECORDER. To record a conversation, choose RECORDER during a voice call. Both parties will hear a beep every 5 seconds while call is being recorded.
press and hold the voice recording button (located on the right side of flip up part of screen) the list of recorded things will appear after message that voice is saved, when list appears click Options (left button with - on it located on top of keyboard) and than scroll down and select Delete All than press OK button (located in the middle of cursor buttons)