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  1. #1
    Saintor
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    In the user manual, there is a paragraph tht to use the recording
    feature, but I don't understand how and from where.

    TIA.



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  2. #2
    shakewell
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    Re: How do you record a memo (Sony Ericsson T310)?

    "Saintor" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > In the user manual, there is a paragraph tht to use the recording
    > feature, but I don't understand how and from where.
    >
    > TIA.


    Well, from the Fun & Games menu, select option 6 (Sound Recorder). It will
    automatically begin recording. When you're done, press No and the sound is
    saved in My Sounds.

    A handy thing to do is make Sound Recorder the first option on your My
    Shortcuts list. This way, when you're on a call you can record the
    conversation just by holding the joystick to the left (you'll hear a beep
    when it begins recording).

    F=_
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    People that worry about the past are still living there.





  3. #3
    Saintor
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    Re: How do you record a memo (Sony Ericsson T310)?

    It works very well. Thank you.


    "shakewell" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "Saintor" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > In the user manual, there is a paragraph tht to use the recording
    > > feature, but I don't understand how and from where.
    > >
    > > TIA.

    >
    > Well, from the Fun & Games menu, select option 6 (Sound Recorder). It will
    > automatically begin recording. When you're done, press No and the sound is
    > saved in My Sounds.
    >
    > A handy thing to do is make Sound Recorder the first option on your My
    > Shortcuts list. This way, when you're on a call you can record the
    > conversation just by holding the joystick to the left (you'll hear a beep
    > when it begins recording).
    >
    > F=_
    > --
    > People that worry about the past are still living there.
    >
    >






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