Sharon said: I have an iPhone and I have some recording of a friend of mine that has passed away. I’m trying to get these recording that are stored on my voicemail. I was wondering if there is any way I can get it off my voicemail.
There are several ways this could be done. One route you can take is, iMazing. iMazing is a file manager that can be used with iPads, iPhones, and iPods to transfer any file or media to a computer or to a new device. It does not require iTunes, iCloud, or even a jailbroken device. The program can be found on iMazing.com.
Another program you can use is “iExplorer”, which is also a file manager intended for the same purpose as iMazing. If you still are having some trouble exporting your voicemails to your PC, you can try connecting a 3.5 millimeter cable to the head-phone jack on your iPhone and to your computer’s mic jack. Download a software such as “Audacity”, which is a free audio editor and recorder, and simply click record and play your voicemail from your iPhone.
Your iPhone’s voicemails are backed up to iTunes whenever you make a backup of your phone, and while nothing we’ve recommended to you should cause your voicemails to be deleted, it is always better to be safe than sorry, especially when dealing with such important voicemails. So please, make a good backup of your phone before you begin this process.