saving mp3 email attachments

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  1. EvilWays

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    Any way to do this?
     
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    Long press and save to SD card? That should work.
     
  3. EvilWays

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    Nope. I've long pressed on the paperclips, tried menu button from within the preview player... nothing
     
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    Check the market place for an app called save mms in the Market. I understand that should take care of this for you.
     
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    Nope. That's for mms. I'm trying to save from email.
     
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    Are you downloading the file from your gmail account or a different one?
     
  7. EvilWays

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    Gmail account from default gmail app on the Droid.
     
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    Only way is to sign into your Gmail account within the browser. THEN, you can download the mp3. No other way that I've found.
     
  9. EvilWays

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    Ugh must be having on off day. How didn't I think of that
     
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    Ok, there are 3 possible ways you can go with this.

    1. What the above poster said...go to your browser and access your email from there.

    2. Go to the app market and get K9 email client. It works for saving and forwarding attachments.

    3. Tell the person who sent you the file to change the file extension to .jpg (only .jpg files are able to be saved for now with the gmail client for the Droid or the other email client). Then, go to your SD card where you saved the file and rename it to whatever the original file extension was for it (i.e. if the renamed file is Example.jpg rename it back to Example.mp3 if it was an .mp3 file originally).
     
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