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It is not easy to find the music files that you have stored on your iPhone. This is in contrast to the Android operating system, which allows audio files to be played immediately by the system’s default media player.
On an iPhone, audio files are normally saved inside the app that was used to acquire the file, or they are saved within an app that is appropriate for the kind of file. After a certain amount of time, audio files sent over iMessage will delete themselves automatically unless you instruct it differently.
For instance, if you have received a voicemail, the content of that message will be saved inside the iPhone’s voice memo app. If you have received a voice note over WhatsApp, the recording of it will be stored inside the application. Your computer’s default media folder is where you’ll find any audio MP3 files you download.
The iPhone does not really create distinct physical folders on the device for each each application that is installed. The app itself serves as the repository for audio files and is where they are stored. If you uninstall the application, all of your data will be lost unless you have explicitly saved them to another place prior to deleting the app. Therefore, you are unable to access the audio files that have been stored on your iPhone.
The iPhone’s messaging app is where audio messages are kept when they are sent or received.
After you have listened to an audio message that was sent to you over iMessage, the default option on your iPhone will delete it after two minutes, indicating that you have finished listening to the audio message.
You may modify the settings in your messaging app if you wish to store audio messages that were delivered over iMessage for a longer period of time.
When it comes to storing MP3 files on your iPhone, you have two different alternatives. You have the option of manually copying and pasting the file to a place of your choosing, or you can choose to save the file immediately to the “Files” folder on your iPhone.
To store MP3 files that have been directly transmitted via iMessage:
The procedure described above might be difficult to understand for iPhone users. You may also save your MP3 to your iPhone by copying the file and then pasting it into the folder that you want to put it in:
As was just indicated, audio messages are saved in the individual message threads for which they were originally sent. If you wish to look for a specific audio message, you will need to go to your messages and locate the precise conversation you are looking for.
You may search for a certain thread by making use of the search box that is located at the very top of the messaging app on your iPhone.
To retrieve a voice message, please follow these steps:
In older versions of iOS, there was a distinct “Attachments” area where you could access all of your audio messages and other audio files. However, this feature is no longer supported in more recent versions.
Utilizing a jailbreak hack on your iPhone known as “AudioExplorer+” is yet another method for extracting audio messages from iMessage on your device. This tweak will go through all of the applications that you have installed on your phone in order to locate audio files that you then have the option to import into iTunes and store.
Apple does not encourage jailbreaking your iPhone, since it might pose safety risks, and it is not something you should do.
The default option for audio messages on the iPhone causes them to be deleted from the inbox of the receiver two minutes after they have listened to the message. The audio message will be deleted if you haven’t made any changes to the default behaviour of audio messages on your iPhone.
You have the option of either tapping the “Keep” button before the time limit or modifying the settings for the messages themselves in order to prevent them from being deleted.
Click the button labelled “Keep.” Just underneath the audio message that you get from a sender is a button labelled “Keep.” Clicking this button will save the audio message to your device. If you tap this button, the audio message will be saved indefinitely — for as long as the thread is active.
You have the option of doing this action either before or after listening to the message. Each time a new audio message is received, the button has to be touched.
If you want to avoid having to touch the “Keep” button every time you get an audio message so that it will be kept in the thread forever, you may change the settings for the audio message and set the expiry to “Never.” This will allow you to avoid having to do so:
You can play the MP3 files you’ve saved right in the Messages app, which is where you got the file in the first place. If you want to listen to the MP3 file that you stored on your iPhone, go to the folder that is labelled “Files,” and then touch on the file that you want to listen to.
The “Music” app on an Android smartphone displays all of the MP3 files that are stored on the device, but the “Music” app on an iPhone does not. In order to play an MP3, you will first need to locate the folder in which you stored your collection of MP3s on your iPhone.
If you are not a subscriber to Apple Music, you will not be able to download audio files straight to your iPhone. Apple Music is the only service that supports the audio file format that may be played on an iPhone. On the other hand, you may also use iTunes to transfer the audio files that you have downloaded to your iPhone.
The music app that comes preinstalled on an iPhone may be used to download audio files onto the device.
If the “expires” option for your audio messages is set to two minutes after the message has been played, there is no way to retrieve the message after it has been deleted.
On the other hand, if you accidentally erased a voice message and you now want to recover it, you may use iCloud to acquire the backup of your phone, supposing that you use iCloud to maintain a regular backup of the data on your phone. This will allow you to restore the voice message.
Check the “Advanced” section of the Settings menu if you are unable to locate the files you are looking for listed here.
The default setting for audio messages on the iPhone is for them to expire and delete themselves two minutes after the receiver has listened to them. The receiver, on the other hand, has the ability to save the audio message and listen to it at a later time by hitting the “Keep” button that is located right below the message.
Alternately, the settings for the audio message’s “expires” may be changed to “Never,” which would prevent messages from ever being obsolete for the duration of the thread.
For audio messages that the receiver has selected to “keep,” or if the settings don’t cause messages to expire, the sender will see the word “Retained” shown beneath the message, along with the date that the message was kept. This applies only if the recipient has chosen to “keep” the message.
In a nutshell, the word “Kept” put beneath the audio message signifies that the receiver has preserved the audio message rather than allowing it to be deleted after its allotted time (by default).