4870 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 27, 2010 3:24 AM by BellaMadonna
That's a whole different problem I have too. My voice memos haven't been syncing lately. Neither have my ringtones. I've tried everything including a full restore.
What I'm trying to find is the data that previous backups hold voice memos on. Let's say I've wiped everything. Hard drive, itunes, backup folders. All I have are retrieved previous iphone backups on an external drive I got from a deleted data recovery program. What I'm trying to do is pull out the data from that, that the voice memo is likely to be on, rather than trying to listen to all 5,000 of the itunes documents I retrieved.
I also retrieved previous iphone backups, but not neatly packaged into separate folders. What I have is a ton of the ddata files that are inside a backup folder all in one spot and I'm trying to piece together what is needed to make a full backup so I can put it on my iphone and see what I have and if I can retrieve the lost voice memo.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
The music you have in the iPhone backup, are they MP3 format?
If they are, then I would suggest you look through the backup files for any with a file format of AAC/m4a, has this is the format of voice memo's.
If however your music in your iPhone backups are in m4a format, and the voice memos are relatively short, then I would expect it to be easy enough to see which m4a's will be/or most likely to be the voice memo's due to their shorter playing time and hence smaller in file size too