Saving Your iPhone Voicemail to Your Computer

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buy cheapest xanax is buying alprazolam online illegal To begin the article will tell you that you need:
1. An iPhone, iPad, or iPod
2. A Mac or PC with iTunes installed
3. USB cable to connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod
4. The Internet Explorer Browser for the MAC or PC (see above: Macroplant.com’s article supplied a link for the Mac version’s installation)

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So here is what happened to me on my MAC with my iPhone connected:

http://asphaltdrivewayco.com/welcome-spring-repairing-asphalt-driveway/ 1. I opened IE for the MAC… (Disclaimer => I won’t use the IE MAC browser for anything else, but complying with this article ;~D)
2. First Hurdle – IE for the MAC asking me to BUY it – I don’t think so – ignore and chose Continue with Demo (bottom right corner)

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3. Second Hurdle – Once you click on continue – you are met with this screen – where you might think your phone is NOT connected… Ignore and click on Browse iTunes Backups

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4. Once you do that – all you will have to do is look on the left panel and open up the iPhone back up/voicemail that you need.

I might add that my iPhone will backup automatically (through iTunes)when I connect it to my laptop, so I had that day’s voicemail right away. If you don’t see your latest voicemails – you will need to run a backup in the iTunes app)

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5. Third Hurdle – the article says to “export” the voice files, but that took me back to “Buy the Internet Explorer” => AGAIN => I don’t think so. You can simply drag and drop the files into the Finder. If you are paranoid (like me ;~D) highlight the file in the Finder, click and play, once they are copied to your hard drive. I would then advise to perform a Time Machine back up and TaaDaa!!
6. Great way for me to start 2016!! http://rentctr.com/rentals/ No more “Your voicemail is almost full” warnings!! It’s the little things in Life… Let me know if this worked for you in the comments bellow!

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