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these are voicemail messages from my grandaughter over the last seven years (34 of them). I copied them to a smart card and then downloaded them to my computer and copied to a Memorex CD-R (52x 700MB). How do I convert them so I can listen to the messages on my computer? I see there is a free service called media-convert, but I don't understand how to use it. Help! Plain language please!
OK, I got stuck right from the beginning. The instructions for converting a QCP file to a WAV says go to media-convert.com. I went to media-convert.com and according the instructions in the link you gave me, I was to look for the "Local file conversion" tab. I do not see such a tab on the media-convert home page.
...try installing the actual Qualcomm purevoice app. Look here:
You may find the solution from this post http://askubuntu.com/questions/171412/how-to-play-or-convert-a-qcp-file-to-mp3
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