“My boyfriend sent some special audio messages to me on my birthday. The problem I meet now is how could I extract these audio messages from my iPhone to play and save them on my computer?”
Audio Messages is more and more popular than text messages among young people. In the newly released iOS 8, it allows iPhone and iPad users to send audio and video messages.Do you have the same demands with the above customer to play audio messages on your computer? Is it possible to extract these audio messages for saving on computer? The answer is certainly yes.
With iFonebox, the iPhone audio Messages extractor, which is fully compatible with the new function of iOS 8 and allows iDevice users to extract audio messages from iPhone or iPad for saving and playing on computer.
Free download the trail version to make sure whether iFonebox could help you scan the audio messages, then use the full version to help you extract and save them on your computer. Below we will take windows version as example and the steps of Mac is similar. Let’s have a try together.
How to Extract Audio Messages of iOS 8 from iPhone
Step 1: Choose Recovery Mode
Install and launch iFonebox on your computer, connect your iPhone with your computer via USB. Then you will see the interface as follow to ask you choose the recovery mode. Click the “Recover from iOS Device” button to start the scanning of your iPhone.
Tips: If there is large database in your iPhone, the time of scanning may be longer and some people will think it crashed, just wait patiently for finish the scanning.
Step 2: Preview and Choose Audio Messages
When the scanning is finished, Click the “Messages” on the category bar and you could preview the audio that you sent with others. In this category, iFonebox will only point out which one is a audio messages.
The content of audio messages is under the “Messages Attachments” category. You could find all the audio messages in it. Just pick out these audio messages you want.
Step 3: Extract and Play Audio Messages on computer
Then click the “Recover” button on the top right of the interface to choose the folder location you want to save these audio messages and click “Recover”.
After the recovering, find the “Message Attachment” folder in the recovered folder and all these extracted audio messages are listed. You could play them one by one with the native player in your computer.