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How to Recover AMR Files from Android - Automatic Call Recorder File Recovery

About AMR File

Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) is an audio data compression scheme optimized for speech coding. It is an audio format which is extensively used in mobile devices in various applications ranging from normal audio player/recorder to VoIP kind of applications. For example, in many Android mobile phones, the automatic call recorder stores voice records in AMR format.

What if AMR File Were Deleted from Android?

As we said, AMR files are usually very important data. However, AMR files may get lost due to accidental deletion, factory reset/ formatting or other errors. Luckily, there exists a solution for AMR file recovery.

AMR Audio File Recovery App

In order to recover deleted .amr files from Android phone memory and SD card, we should do two things as soon as possible.
1. Stop using the device and storage card. Don't record new audio or add other files to your device, or the lost AMR files could be overwritten and unrecoverable. 
2. Do AMR audio recovery with professional recovery tool. A professional Android recovery software can scan the handset and SD card for lost files and restore AMR files back. iReparo for Android is the best AMR audio file recovery software.

How to Recover Deleted AMR Files on Android Mobile

Step 1. Free download and install the AMR file recovery app on PC.

Step 2. Run the program and choose Multimedia.
Step 3. Tick AMR files only and click Next.
Step 4. Connect your Android device to PC via a USB cable.
Step 5. Follow on-screen manual to allow the program to recognize your phone.
Step 6. Scan the device.
Step 7. Preview and Recover AMR files from Android.

Note: Rooting is required in order to retrieve AMR files from phone internal memory. If you want to recover AMR audio from SD card or other storage devices without root, please try Jihosoft Photo Recovery.




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