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Vivo Recorder – Phone As A Portable Recording Device

The recorder allows you to use the built-in microphone and use the phone as a portable recording device. Tap “Tools” to enter the “Recorder” interface. You can then perform the following operations on the recorder:

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Tap tools_3_2 to start recording. Tap tools_3_3 to pause recording, and tap tools_3_4 to stop and save recording.

Play recording
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Tap tools_3_6 to enter “Recording files” list, choose a recording file, then tap tools_3_7/tools_3_8 to play/pause. Drag the slider on the progress bar to go forwards or backwards.

Delete recording
Go to the “Recording files” list, and you can perform the following operations to delete a recording file:

  1. Tap tools_3_9 to enter the “Recording files” list, tap and select a recording file, and then tap “Delete”.
  2. Long press a recording file, then tap “More > Delete” in the pop-up window.
  3. Tap the [Menu button] to open the options menu, then tap “Delete all” to delete all recording files.

Share recording
Tap tools_3_9 to enter the “Recording files” list, long press a recording file, then tap “Share” in the pop-up window.

Set recording as ringtone

  • Go to the “Recording files” list, tap and select a recording file, then tap “Set as” at the bottom to set it as the ringtone.
  • Long press a recording file, then tap “Set as” in the pop-up window.

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