Voice Recorder

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Get to know how to use Voice Recorder application on Galaxy Note 3  to record or play voice memos. You will learn recording voice memos, changing the recording mode, playing voice memos, managing voice memos, saving files with contextual tags, managing categories, and viewing the Bookmarks list.

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Use Voice Recorder application on Galaxy Note 3  to record or play voice memos.

Tap Voice Recorder on the Applications screen.

Recording voice memos

Tap  to start recording. Speak into the microphone at the top of Galaxy Note 3.

Tap  to pause recording.

Tap  to finish recording.

While recording a voice memo, tap  to insert a bookmark.

Voice Recorder

  • Recording elapsed time
  • Display the list of voice memos.
  • Change the recording mode.
  • Start recording.

Changing the recording mode

Change the recording mode to record voice memo more clearly with predefined settings for various situations.

Tap , and select one of the recording mode.

Playing voice memos

Select a voice memo to play.

  •   : Trim the voice memo.
  •   : Set a portion of the recording for looped play.
  •   : Adjust the playback speed.
  •   : Skip a silent portion in the voice memo.
  •   : Make bookmarks on the voice memo.
  •   : Pause playback.
  •   /  : Skip to the previous or next voice memo.

To send a voice memo to others, tap   Share via, and then select a sharing method.

Managing voice memos

In the list of voice memos, tap  and select one of the following:

  • Share via: Send voice memos to others.
  • Delete: Delete voice memos.
  • Change category: Change the category of memos.
  • Sort by: Sort memos by date, title, or category.
  • Search: Search for voice memos.
  • Manage categories: Add, delete, or rename categories.
  • Settings: Change the voice recorder settings.
  • End: Close the voice recorder.

Saving files with contextual tags

In the list of voice memos, tap  → Settings, and then tick Contextual filename.

Managing categories

Creating a category

In the list of voice memos, tap   Manage categories → . Enter a category name, select a colour, and then tap Done.

Changing a category

In the list of voice memos, tap  Change category, select memos, tap Done, and then select a category to change.

Viewing the Bookmarks list

While playing a voice memo that has bookmark points, tap  Bookmarks to view the details.

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Comments

  1. Sunrise Seaport says

    The silence detection for voice memos does not work. Even in sections where my voice is converted to text properly, the ‘skip silence’ button will skip all the way past those sections. It usually skips over most of the memo! The threshold for silence detection should be BELOW that of voice transcription.

  2. Edi says

    I cannot use voice recorder to record a voice anymore. Every time I push the record button, it keeps notifying the other apps has record. What should I do?

  3. Tabitha Veasey says

    I wish that you could share your voice recordings to face book page and or as a text message to friends . Love my phone but don’t like that you cnt share voice recordings.

  4. Rick Pacenza says

    Can I record a voice ringtone like “it’s Harry calling” on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3? And when using the “easy mode” I lose a lot of stuff.

  5. shane says

    Hey, I would love to start doing interviews and I’m looking for something specific, maybe it would be offered by another app than the stock one. I love the bookmark option, but instead of using the onscreen button, I want to use the (volume down) button as the bookmark button. Is there a way I can do that? In order for me to not worry about where my finger is every time I want to bookmark.

  6. Maurice Perron says

    Got this phone note 3 recently. Just learning how it works. I get stumped when I download a recording . I go to the download file icon but nothing is in it. What do I do?

    • Simon says

      Where did you download it from? You can always use My Files to find files in your phone.

      If it is recorded with your Note 3, you can find it in the sounds folder.

  7. Asif says

    Hello, the voice recorder in my samsung note 3 is giving error. Every time I press record it is giving me messege” unable to start new recording, other applications already recording.” I rebooted the device and also clean the cashe and closed the apps via clean master but no change. Please help!

    • Simon says

      You can always rename the recorded file. If you turn on contextual file name, the name by default will be voicex_date.m4a. You can find the file in the Sounds folder. You can rename it with any file manager (My Files or ES File Explorer..)

      You can also put a logo for your recording (like album cover). The settings can be accessed by tapping the menu key (left) after starting voice recorder app.

  8. Brandonian says

    Hello, how can I just cleanly reply a voice message? I’ve tried using the A->B buttons at the start and finish but after a couple of runs, the application stops. I have recorded speeches that I’m trying to memorize and listen to while on the treadmill but I keep having to get off and reset it. Very annoying.

  9. cc says

    When o tried to stop the recorder after listening to what I recorded…I can figure out how to do that?? I can only figure out pause then when I tried hitting another icon I know have a letter A showing. How to I get out of that and stop it???

  10. lisa says

    Hi there I have the galaxy note 2. The original seeing had my voice recordings saved on the device. I made a recording I want to save on the eternal card. I have changed the setting so that in settings it days save to extetnal sd but I’m not sure if it automatically exports the recording I already made to external from device. Help please.

    • Simon says

      No, only the new recordings are saved in the sd card. You can manly move the files with my files app. All voice recording files are saved under voice recorder folder in sdcard0 and ext sd card.

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