Solution to uploading to Cloud from Huawei. Objective to get at my calls

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Hi I just sent the issue above. I attempted to reply but some other app bit bucket got involved so I stopped. Objective to get at my calls. Windows 10 Connect the phone and the PC with a USB. Open file explorer. At the bottom (my machine anyhow) Edrive appears (if you have E it may be another letter. Extension is HiSuite. Open that and it prompts you to download the program. Follow the instructions and you will get the Huawei on you machine visible through this app. Under file manager you will see internal storage. In Storage you will see Callrecorder. Click on that and you can see the calls. Fantastic, and i have only had this app for a couple of days but it records all the time. I will post if i can use it for long calls in excess of 90 minutes. I moved to Android from apple for one reason only and recording interviews is that.

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  1. copluk repo owner

    ACR offers many ways for accessing its recordings from a computer.

    Cloud services (Pro): Simply use any supported cloud service to upload recordings to your computer. Go to ACR settings, Cloud Services and connect to your preferred service. Use "Upload again" option under the cloud service to upload previous recordings.

    Web/Wi-Fi Access: Connect your phone and computer to same WiFi network. Open ACR Settings, go to Cloud Services and open Web/Wi-Fi Access. While it is open, navigate to the IP address shown from your computer. You will be able to see and download all your recordings directly from ACR.

    Backup/Export: Select a recording by tapping on one contact picture and use select all icon on the top. Then, tap on the 3 dotted menu on top right and select backup. Once completed, connect your phone to your computer and simply copy ACRcallsBackup folder to your computer. You can use free and open source VLC from www.videolan.org to play ACR Recordings on your computer

    Copy ACRCalls folder: Connect your phone to your computer and simply copy ACRcalls folder to your computer. You can use free and open source VLC from www.videolan.org to play ACR Recordings on your computer

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