Decipher VoiceMail is a capable application that enables you to save voice mail messages from your iPhone or iTunes backup to your computer as audio files. The software enables you to extract the data from the iPhone or the backup file, then save it to the designated folder. You may render the files using any media player.
Save voice messages to your computer
The voice mail messages are saved in an encrypted section of your iPhone, meaning you cannot access it without the proper software. iTunes allows you to save a copy of each item stored on your iPhone, be it media file, text message, contact, calendar entry, but it also saves them into an encoded file.
Decipher VoiceMail allows you to decrypt both the iTunes backup file and the iPhone storage system and extract the voice messages, so you can listen to them from your computer. The software is easy to use and can automatically detect the supported input sources. Before opening, it can scan certain folders on your computer, in order to find iPhone backup files. You may also add custom folders as criteria for the scan, in order to expand the searching area.
Display available data, listen and save message
Generally, you can only render the voice mails from your iPhone and sometimes you may only store them for a limited period of time. With Decipher VoiceMail, you may extract these messages from the phone’s memory and save them as audio files to your computer. The software can display a list of all the conversations, which you can export to a local folder.
You may also sort the messages by date or hide the empty devices. You may listen to any of the listed voice mail messages or save them as MP3 files to your computer.
Simple to use voice mail extractor
Decipher VoiceMail is simple to use, since it can automatically detect the supported sources. You can connect your iPhone to the computer or let the software detect an iTunes backup file, then view, listen and extract the voice messages to your computer. Moreover, if these files cannot be found, you may manually add new folders to the searching area.