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Recorded message on KX-TGA1031B digital phone

I am trying to preserve a message on my answering machine. Is there anyway I can record the message off the digital device, download it on my computer and burn it on a CD? Thanks

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  • Red Lion Jan 05, 2008

    Many thanks JUS004 - 'I'll give it a try and let you know how it works. It sounds like a great idea.

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Try playing it back and re-recording it on your cell phone. then use a blue tooth device(USB) to download to your PC. You may have to convert the file format to that which you can use on your pc or ''wav'' to burn and listen to on normal cd players. Good Luck, JUS004

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