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Free Cell Phone AMR to Audio Converter- Download AMR to Audio Converter to convert audio files recorded by your cell phone to the standard WAV file.

Convert audio files recorded by your cell phone to the standard WAV extension which can be played be nearly all multimedia devices. "AMR" is the extension used by a lot of cell phones for recording sound clips and speeches however it cannot be played by most players and multimedia devices.
This free utility allows you to enjoy your recorded audio on any other multimedia device without being a professional.
You can control the output file quality and size with a simple slider. This tool differs from others available online by its user-friendly and easy to use interface. It also supports batch conversion process and conversion of multiple AMR audio files to WAV. Simply it gives you professional results with rookie controls.

FAQs

  1. What is an AMR audio file?
  2. Adaptive Multi-Rate is a compression technology used for encoding audio files that are primarily speech based. Many modern cell phone handsets will allow you to store short recordings in the AMR format, it should be remembered that AMR is a speech format and is unlikely to give ideal results for other audio.
  3. What is a WAV File?
  4. WAV, or Waveform Audio File Format, is a Microsoft and IBM audio file format standard for storing an audio on PCs. It is the main format used on Windows systems and Audio CDs for raw and typically uncompressed audio.
  5. Why convert AMR to WAV?
  6. Many times you may download music files or record speeches using your cell phone which are in amr format, by default Windows does not have the capability to open up .amr files. So you’ve got to convert your recording or song to another popular format such as WAV which is supported by Windows. Free Cell Phone AMR to WAV Converter makes this a lot easier.
  7. How to Convert AMR to WAV using "Free Cell Phone AMR to Audio Converter"?
    1. Click on "Add Input File..." and select the AMR sound files you would like to convert. (You may add more than one file at once)
    2. The "Output Folder" Shows you the directory where the converted WAV files will be created.
    3. To change the output folder simply click on the "Browse" button and select another folder.
    4. Use the Slider to adjust the quality of the converted files. Keep in mind that higher quality means larger audio files and lower quality means smaller audio files.
    5. To remove a video from the list, just select it then click "Remove Selected".
    6. "Shutdown Computer After Finishing Conversion" helps save power.
    7. Now you are ready to convert..........Click "Convert Files(s)"
  8. How Can I uninstall?
  9. Click the "Uninstall" icon from program's group in the start menu.
    Or
    Click "Add/remove programs" found in the "Control Panel".
    Select it from the list of programs.
    Click "Remove".
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Key Features

  • Freeware with no watermark or time limitations
  • Batch conversion and conversion of multiple sound files to WAV
  • Multi-Core CPU Support, High Conversion Speed
  • Control of output file quality and size
  • Automatic shut down of computer after finishing conversion process
  • Output device support:
  • Almost all cell phones such as Nokia, Sony-Ericsson, BlackBerry and more
  • Discman and other Audio CD Players
  • iPhones, iPads and iPods
  • Car stereos including the older ones
  • MP3 players
  • Input File Formats Supported:
  • Video: AMR
  • Output File Formats Supported:
  • Audio: WAV
  • System Requirements

    Basic requirements for conversion:

  • Windows XP/Vista/Win7
  • 1GHz Intel/AMD processor or above
  • 256MB Memory (512MB recommended)
  • 100MB hard disc space or above
  • Other requirements:
  • DVD-ROM drive
  • QuickTime Player 6.0 or above
  • Windows Media Player 9.0 or above
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