wav & MP3 files recorded on Droid cannot play on PC-help

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by johndavid, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. johndavid
    Offline

    johndavid New Member

    Joined:
    Apr 15, 2012
    Messages:
    1
    Likes Received:
    0
    Trophy Points:
    0
    I recorded MP3 files using Hi-Q recorder on a Razr Maxx and found that if I transfer the file to my PC, neither windows media or Apple ITunes can play the file. Windows media message said the file format is not supported. I also downloaded "PCM Recorder" for Droid, which records .WAV files and I had the same exact result - W.Media said the file format was not supported. Both files have a *.WAV and *.MP3 extension. The Hi-Q developer said it's possible that the file formats created on the Android may be slightly different than PC despite having the same extensions.

    Is the Droid MP3 and .WAV files different than a PC created mp3/wav files? If so, is there anyway to correct or convert the WAV or MP3 to be compatible for a PC either via software or manually editing the files??

    Part of the reason of buying a droid was avoiding having to carry a cellphone and a recording device when attending informal jam sessions.

    Thanks,
    John
Search tags for this page
android recorded wav file wont play on pc
,
android transfer recordings to pc
,
cannot play video recorded from android
,
download .wav file from android to pc
,
droid 3 won't play wav file
,
droid razr move won't play on pc
,
hi-q mp3 files won't play
,

mp3 from phone won't play in computer

,
play droid wav file on your pc
,
reproduzir wav no android
,
wav file from android to pc
,
why wont my droid 3 play videos on pc