“How can I send out a voice memo to my friend? the voice memo last around 1.5 hours. I tried to sent by email but not success. Pls. help. iPhone 6 Plus, iOS 8.2” How do you send out a voice memo from your iPhone to your friends? Usually, after you record a voice memo, you can send it out via messages or emails. But what if you failed to do so as this user did? What will you do? If you have no idea about what to do, then please keep reading this article and methods will be introduced to let you know how to send out voice memos from your iPhone 6 Plus. Since you have failed in sending out large voice memos with emails, to transfer them to your computer is the first step. When it refers to transferring voice memos to PC, most people will think of iTunes. Yeah, you can use iTunes to transfer and backup all voice memos from iPhone 6 Plus, but what to do next? You can use iTunes to backup and play those voice memos, but you cannot transfer them to your local folder and send them to your friends. Hence, iFonebox is your choice to transfer all the large voice memos to your computer and send them to your friends with your social platform. What is iFonebox? iFonebox is a powerful and professional iOS data recovery, which is not only supportive to recover deleted data like contacts, messages, notes and more, but also extract and transfer data from your iTunes or iCloud backup. Of course, iFonebox can also be used to transfer the recovered notes and contacts to your iPhone or iPad directly. Pretty functional. How to use iFonebox to transfer large voice memos from iPhone to PC? The first thing you have to do is to download and install iFonebox. Two versions are optional: Windows and Mac. Plus, the free trial version is also available. Steps: Launch iFonebox. Choose Recover from iOS Device. Remember to connect your iPhone to your computer. Scan voice memos from iPhone. iFonebox will start scanning your device automatically. Preview and select before transferring. After the scanning, you can preview and select the voice memos to transfer. Pretty convenient. This is the whole process to use iFonebox transferring voice memos from iPhone 6 Plus to the computer. Next, what you have to do to send a voice memo to your friends is to use your social platform. Not so complicated. Notes: if you have backup your voice memos with iTunes or iCloud, you can also choose Recover from iTunes Backup or Recover from iCloud Backup mode. Other options to transfer voice memos: Dr Fone for iOS Aiseesoft FoneLab iMobie PhoneRescue Leawo iOS Data Recovery
“Since the update, i don’t seem to have a choice of copying my photo folders from iPhoto on to my iPhone 6 plus. any ideas? thanks! iPhone 6 Plus, iOS 8.1.2” Obviously, this user had difficulty in coping photos from iMac to his iPhone 6 Plus. It is always a nice choice to put some wonderful… Read More »
“I accidentally erased videos on my iPhone 6, can I get them back in anyway ? iPhone 6. “ As to this question, do you think that it is likely for the user to get back erased videos on iPhone 6? Anyway, I believe that there are methods to get back those erased videos. But… Read More »
iOS 8.2 has come out with Apple Watch. New features and bugs fixes are also put forward. But some people are still hesitating whether to update iOS 8.2. Actually, iOS 8.2 is a big one. iOS 8.2 is not only compatible with Apple Watch, but also make improvements to HealthKit. Alone with UI tweaks, users… Read More »
iOS 8.2 (build number 12D508) launches today and your iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches will soon notify you that the update is ready to download and install. There are a lot of new features of iOS 8.2 and it is fully compatible with the new released Apple Watch. However, what you have to remember is that… Read More »
Finally, Apple Watch has been officially released in Spring Forward Media Event on March 9 and Apple finally announced a date for its smartwatch: April 24th. But for some countries like Australia, China, Japan, France, you can have an experience of Apple Watch on April 10. After its release, many people are focused on the price… Read More »
iOS 8.2 is about to be released and usually, when it comes to updating to iOS 8.2, there are always data loss problems such as contacts, photos, notes and other data. Last time, I have wrote an article about top 3 iOS Data Recovery to recover lost contacts after update to iOS 8.2 and today, I want to show you how to recover photos from your backup files after you update to iOS 8.2. Keep reading in case you need it. It is always necessary to have a full and complete backup for your iPhone/iPad before update to the new iOS 8.2, for accidents happen frequently and accidentally. If you have an iTunes backup file, there are greater chances to get the lost data back. In order to recover photos from iTunes backup after update to iOS 8.2, you need the help of a third party software, also named as iOS Data Recovery. As you may have known that such software can not only recover the deleted data like contacts, messages, notes and more from your iOS devices, but also retrieve data like photos, videos, notes, contacts and other data from iTunes or iCloud backup files. Pretty powerful. Of course, there are amounts of such iOS data recovery tools like Dr Fone for iOS, PhoneRescue, iFonebox, Aiseesoft FoneLab and so on. Among the mentioned software, Dr Fone, PhoneRescue and iFonebox are fully compatible with iTunes 12.1. So if your iTunes version is the newest, you can choose one of the three to extract photos. How to recover photos from iTunes backup after update to iOS 8.2? The first thing you need to is to download and install one of such software. All have free trial version and you can read here to learn more about those software. The operation process of such software is quite convenient. After installation, run and then choose Recover from iTunes Backup. Next, such software will scan the data from iTunes backup files. Next, you can preview before recovery photos from iTunes backup. That’s it, the whole process. Some screen captures Dr Fone for iOS–Recover and extract photos from iTunes. Also can be used to repair your iPhone operating system when your iDevices are stuck in Apple logo. iFonebox–Fully compatible with iTunes 12.1. Plus, it can be used to recover the deleted photos if your iPhone or iPad is iOS 6… Read More »
Last time, I told you that iOS 8.2 would be released as early as this Monday, but the situation seems that iOS 8.2 will not be released this week. Another accurate news! According to BGR, iOS 8.2 will be released officially next Monday as Apple decided to seed one last beta to employees and carrier partners for testing. While the initial report was incorrect, this new time frame appears more plausible given Apple’s upcoming “Spring Forward” media event for the Apple Watch on March 9. Apple also promised that a fix would be prepared by next week for the recently discovered “FREAK” security vulnerability affecting devices such as the iPhone, iPad and Mac. The security flaw was disclosed to Apple well in advance of the public. According to BGR founder and editor Jonathan Geller, Apple’s decided to release one more Gold Master (GM) version crying a build number of 12D508 to employees and testers ahead of an expected launch this coming Monday. Plus, this time, Apple has made some improvements to Apple’s stock Health app. Of course, some bugs are fixed in the upcoming iOS 8.2. Health app improvement Adds the ability to select the unit of measurement for body temperature, weight, height, distance, and blood glucose Improves stability when dealing with large amounts of data Includes the ability to add and visualise workout sessions from 3rd-party apps Addresses an issue that may have prevented users from adding a photo in Medical ID Fixes units for vitamins and minerals Fixes an issue where Health data wouldn’t refresh after changes data source order Fixes an issue where some graphics showed no data values Adds a privacy setting that enables turning off tracking of steps, distance, and flights climbed Bugs fixed in iOS 8.2 Fixes an issue in Maps that prevented navigating to some favorite locations Addresses an issue where the last word in a quick reply message wasn’t autocorrected Fixes an issue where duplicate iTunes purchased content could prevent iCloud restore from completing Resolves an issue where some music or playlists didn’t sync from iTunes to the Music app Fixes an issue where deleted audiobooks sometimes remained on the device Resolves an issue that could prevent call audio from routing to car speakers while using Siri Eyes Free Fixes a Bluetooth calling issue where no audio is heard until the call is answered Fixes a timezone issue where Calendar events appear in GMT Addresses an issue that caused certain events in a custom reoccurring meeting to drop from Exchange calendar Fixes an certificate error that prevented configuring an Exchange account behind a third-party gateway Fixes an issue that could cause an organizer’s Exchange meeting notes to be overwritten Resolves an issue that prevented some Calendar events from automatically showing as “busy” after accepting an invite. The update also promises greater stability for Mail, Music, the Flyover feature in Maps, VoiceOver reliability, and connectivity with Made for iPhone Hearing Aids.