Can I play or convert .qcp files with the EVRC codec?

TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE, IT IS COMPLETELY IMPOSSIBLE TO PLAY OR CONVERT THESE FILES.

However, there is a solution in having your cellphone provider convert these files for you. Text that sound file to your e-mail address, and your cellphone provider should convert the file to another format, and place it as an attachment to your email. Just text a media message to your email address.

THERE ARE NO CONVERTERS FOR THESE FILES.

NO PLAYER CAN PLAY THEM.

YOUR ONLY CHANCE IS TO FIND HIDDEN PHONE OPTIONS AND DISABLE EVRC, AND THEN RECORD AGAIN.

ACCORDING TO Qualcomm:

"Q: I recorded a QCP file on my cellphone, but it seems to use some other codec besides PureVoice. The PureVoice player complains about an unsupported codec, "TIA IS-127 Enhanced Variable Rate Codec, Speech Service Option 3 ". Does Qualcomm or the PureVoice SDK support this codec, and if so how can I obtain that version?

A: This codec, commonly called "EVRC", along with a few other codecs which are supported in the QCP file format, contains the intellectual property of other companies, which requires licensing from their respective owners. Qualcomm licenses these technologies for its own use, but does not pass these licenses onto the users of the free PureVoice software. Please contact your service provider or carrier, to inquire about support for codecs such as this one."



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