update? I also receive the wav files, but can not play them with any of the media players suggested above. Sep 8, 2010 #98 sgraham Here's my solution to the problem in case it helps anyone else. Seems to download the attached .wav files, but get error message in music app: 'Sorry, the player does not support this type of audio file'. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-play/cannot-play-flv-files-mpc.html
According to the libraries used, it should support uLaw, aLaw and GSM 6.10, so I decided to give it a shot with something else. I wish there was a way to know if Microsoft/Nokia/Cisco are working on this and an expected fix date.
I'm thinking verizon isn't pushing the issue since WAV files chew up bandwith. You just need to google the issue and find tons of threads on how frustrated people are. I was able the play them fine on my Titan 1 with Windows Phone 7.5. After that when I restart my phone It loaded to android recovery mode always.
To answer the question from the project manager in post #1, maybe Google could update this issue with more than "need info" and "medium".. I was able to change the voicemail.conf file on our pbx server from: [general] ; 1st listed format gets emailed format = wav49|wav attach = yes to: [general] ; 1st listed That is the only possible thing I can think of. I did some more digging and at least it looks like on Cisco Unity we have the ability to change codecs so I am going to start to look at that
View 1 Reply View Related Android :: Running out of space due to Miscellaneous files. I use Vonage for business and personal calls. Now for whatever reason the latest and greatest Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 will not. http://forums.androidcentral.com/verizon-droid-incredible/15043-unable-play-certain-wav-files.html Is there anything that I can do myself to help connect these?
Droid Incredible. Apr 13, 2010 #34 [email protected] I had the same problem with my Droid so I went to the Droid Market and downloaded a $2.98 app called Remote Wave. Then it won't work on anything. :) We are going to change the codec we use on Cisco. SHAME ON GOOGLE FOR NO WAV SUPORT AND NO OUTLOOK SYNC !!!
Dec 1, 2009 #7 crosschecking Well-Known Member Joined: Nov 16, 2009 Messages: 77 Gender: Male Location: Raleigh, NC Just wanted to say thanks to StingRay for this workaround. http://www.smartgsmtalk.com/android-droid-2-2-not-playing-wav-files_Z3umuVlV1.html EXCEPT . . . Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Have your email forwarded as outlined on their site.
I'm sure Remote Wave is making a killing... his comment is here Oct 21, 2010 #151 harry.ev...@gmail.com Just download remote wave free from the android market. Problem: I updated to 2.2 this morning. Feb 14, 2016 I have contacts for Google and Live (MS Exchange) and on phone.
Feb 16, 2010 #22 stacy.ve...@gmail.com I finally went and tested http://www.phoneconvert.com/index.php Works like a charm.....and it's free. Events Experts Bureau Events Community Corner Awards & Recognition Behind the Scenes Feedback Forum Cisco Certifications Cisco Press Café Cisco On Demand Support & Downloads Login | Register Search form Search I select Wavplayer and it works every bit as good as my big bad BB ever did. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-play/cannot-play-asx-files-on-mac.html Generally, the file will be accessible through the File Manager under Documents.
Our .wav voicemails are routed via talkscribe.com for transcription. There is even a way to have it reply to a different email address. I use an app called WavePlayer by Dennis Lockshine, cost $1 and I have no problems with VM coming from my exchange now.
FRF83 on rooted Moto Droid). This is a corporate feature for Android that just needs to be fixed. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- From: M...... [mailto:m....@google.com Sent: Saturday, September 11, 2010 9:58 PM To: Daren Mehl Subject: Re: 8730 - Aug 6, 2010 #21 cronos1...@gmail.com Same problem, manually put froyo onto my Droid and lost ability to play wav files from my email application or gmail. We have 23 locations with Cisco phones and are continuing to deploy them across our enterprise...
The resolution, quite simply, was to change the server-side encoding of the wave file from MS-GSM 6.10 to PCM 16bit 8kHz. Or alternately, can anyone suggest a good all-around audio file player that would solve the problem also. For developers: the MumboJumbo Java open source project has a working decoder. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-play/cannot-play-wav-files-blackberry.html Bad Google.
I tried using "Music" "Audio Player" and "TuneWiki" same result. It works great. View 1 Reply View Related LG G4 :: Unable to access some files on SD card through PC Apr 10, 2016 I'm using a LG G4 that I got in November Sep 11, 2015 My mobile intex phn showing u r phne android as been stopped so plzz give me a solution for this.
Now, not so much.