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Thanks. -m Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter jayshoe, paulm187 and stevethenerd like this. tk-093 Member Posts 1,465 Posts Global Posts 1,939 Global Posts 11-12-2012,04:09 It's my phone's storage, not ur servers storing it. Crowetz, you're acting like everyone here is hating on Droid... Also login into your BIS and re-send your service books. http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-play/cannot-play-wav-files-on-blackberry.html

I hope this helps somebody. Can you at least give us some feedback on this issue!!!!!!!!!!!! i have 50+ OS 4.2 users who all receive and play WAV voicemail messages fine. Anybody got any ideas as to why it won't play?

Back to list Status: Released Owner: ---- Closed: Nov 2013 Type-Enhancement Priority-Medium Component-GfxMedia ReportedBy-User Version-2.0 Restricted Only users with Commit permission may comment. Hope this helps ! When our contracts are up we are going back to Blackberry.

Aug 16, 2010 #91 alex.sea...@gmail.com Same issue on Droid 1. Aug 2, 2010 #76 jaj23...@gmail.com remote wave is the answer... I always recommend that you treat your BlackBerry like any other computing device, including using a regular backup schedule...click here for an article with instructions. Just a suggestion, that your only hope is to buy that application...

Good for EnterpriseServers & LicensesHelpMy CommunityInbox & ActivityContentPeoplePlacesEmail PreferencesHelpMy CommunityLog in with your Good Online Account to post, personalize and access your content/places.My Online AccountProfile & Community PrivacyLogin ManagementLog OutHelpMy Online As it has stop, pause, exit, and AMPLIFY not sure why a Speaker On check box is needed. Last edited by ericalba; 03-08-07 at 03:45 PM. http://smallbusiness.chron.com/play-wav-file-blackberry-48133.html No add-on application.

What's wtih OOPS!!! I will add my "this sucks" as well, because I do program and would be happy to send something to the devs to fix this...but unfortunately I am much to tied I blame Monday. :) Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter invisik Member Posts 100 Posts Global Posts 124 Global Posts 11-12-2012,04:54 PM #5 Fyi, SHAME ON GOOGLE FOR NO WAV SUPORT AND NO OUTLOOK SYNC !!!

See if things have returned to good operation. https://community.good.com/ideas/1495 A call to tSupport reveals that the .wav file extesion is not supported, and according to the tech support rep never was. And what else is coming. WavPlayer costs $0.99 and you can find it in Android Market.

Photo Credits Sean Gallup/Getty Images News/Getty Images Suggest an Article Correction Related Searches More Articles [SF2] | How to Convert a SF2 to a WAV [WAV] | How to Put a his comment is here I've got a few SNES game soundtrack files in WAV/AIFF format (phone will NOT see anything with the AIFF suffix - it has to be WAV or nothing for raw files), awesome Dec 23, 2010 #166 4400sa...@gmail.com I have the Tmobile G2 and after reading this, I found Remote Wave FREE version, which made me play for the first time my Jan 22, 2012 #190 brandonm...@gmail.com +1 for WavPlayer on the Galaxy Nexus playing voicemails from Asterisk based systems (using GSM codec).

Mar 16, 2010 #28 Clelland...@gmail.com This is outrageous that I can't play my voicemails on my new android phone - I simply cannot believe it. Anyway, search for info on YouMail's DropBox service, but what you do is create a new contact in YouMail that contains the email address of the sender of your VM with and PBX Jul 27, 2010 #73 kap...@gmail.com I'm having the same problem. this contact form Sep 2, 2010 #109 mrlinu...@gmail.com THANK YOU android developers!

Reason: spelling Reply sherlockphones CrackBerry Newbie Posts 3 Posts 03-26-07,09:01 PM #9 I've been all over the web looking for the same answer, and there doesn't seem to be If I was running my own server, the story would be different, but I am not in the business of running my own voip servers. Any ideas on how to get these to play?

Now when I get the attached .wav file from my office voicemail, it comes up prompts me to play it (I can opt to make the prompt go away) with Wavplayer

Sean Gallup/Getty Images News/Getty Images Related Articles [WAV File] | How to Test a WAV File [WAV File] | How to Play a WAV File on a MacBook [WAV File] | BUT, the new "phone in a box" systems from cisco are just ***. These are sent as wav attachments. I can hear the caller but they cant hear me unless I answer on speaker phone.

It will download the attachment and when complete open the media player and play the file. Ironically the DROID X plays WAV files without downloading any apps. The WAV codec used is (as reported by the file(1) utility on Linux): RIFF (little-endian) data, WAVE audio, ITU G.711 A-law, mono 8000 Hz So no GSM codec out there: just navigate here I'm pretty sure they won't let me mess with their servers.

I'm on an HTC Incredible, Froyo OS, using the stock Mail app(I also used the application Touchdown for a little bit...but I kind of like the way Mail works). You're a life saver!! It's available in the Android Market for 99 cents. Finder The Doctors Live Healthy Health Videos Better Sleep Style Luxury Auto Beauty Dining Fashion Home & Design Home Elegance Lust List Travel Window Shopping Food & Cooking Alison Cook Restaurant

Plays my voice mail from Net Talk with no problems. Apr 23, 2011 #175 *m...@kevquirk.com Remote wave now have a free edition i have it on my galaxy tab and htc hero and it works fine May 17, 2011 #176 I have other ways to get my voicemails and I love this phone too much just to give up and switch to another phone that I would not like as much. During the process they convert the .wav to a (smaller) .mp3 and email it along with the transcription.

Getting Started Official BlackBerry Support Register · Connect with Facebook · Sign In · Help CommunityCategoryBoardDeveloper ResourcesUsers turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps A better solution would use a procmail filter to convert the message, but that's a bit more difficult. How can this be solved? Any know of a third party media player that will play wav on a BB?

I cannot recode astrix to accommodate deficiencies in android because I don't have any control over the servers my voip provider uses. And it's been reported for two years! I've even tried downgrading all my software and no luck. Apple wanted $200 to work on my iPhone and I switched.

Hope this helps and maybe we can get this feature added soon. BB Bold :: It Won't Connect Via Usb And Play Media Files BB Bold 9700 :: Error Ocurred While Attemping To Play Media Player BB Bold :: Won't Play Media Files that's a lame excuse.