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How do I open an .ssm (Samsung S Memo) file on my PC?

Hello,

A quick question for anybody familiar with this: I've created a backup of my Samsung Galaxy S 3 phone through Kies3 and sent my device for repair. Now I am trying to access the S Memo (notes) from the backup created but I can't open the file from my Windows machine. Is there a way I can open the .ssm file?

Thanks!

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I'd ask in a few places.

Of course try google but then we have

1. The CNET Samsung Forum.
2. 1800SAMSUNG in the USA (other countries have other numbers)
3. Samsung has some sync/backup software (KIES?) which I'd look over.
4. The XDA Developers site.
Bob

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Try using Real Player it should open the .ssm file for you

Well, if that's too much important for you then I would say try opening it via Real Player. I will open the .ssm format file for you. Other than this there is no any option available than put the backup file back to your device.

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Same problem

I have de same problem.

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Samsung S Note for PC

You can try installing Samsung S Note for PC from their website. It should be able to open old S Memo files for owners of older devices to keep their files during upgrades

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