2012-10-23 17:53 - edited 2012-11-07 8:15
Some of our members have been asking about FM radio recording, a feature that is available in a small number of Nokia phones, so here is a quick guide:
Which Nokia Phones support FM recording?
Is FM recording available everywhere?
Due to legal restrictions in some countries, FM recording is not available on all variants of the phone models mentioned above. The feature is available only in phones sold in the following countries:
Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Brunei, Cambodia, Chile, China (Mainland), Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Kuwait, Laos, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Pakistan, Palestine, Panama, Paraguay, Philippines, Singapore, Syria, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam and Yemen.
How do I use FM recording?
1. Ensure that you have the wired headset connected to the phone
2. Select Menu > Music > Radio to open the FM Radio.
3. Whilst the radio is playing, select Record to begin recording.
4. To end recording, use the same button to select Stop.
5. After recording, you will be prompted to enter a name for the file. You can type the filename of your choice or just keep the suggested name. When you are ready to save, select OK.
6. To play back recordings, use the left-side button to select Options...
7. ...then scroll down and select Recordings.
8. Choose the saved recording that you wish to play then select Open.
9. During playback of your recordings, you can pause and resume the playback by pressing the navigation key.
Why does my Nokia C1-02, X2-02, X2-05, 110, 112, 113, 114, Asha 200 or Asha 201 not have the Record option?
If the Record option is not displayed when you are listening to the radio, this means that your phone was manufactured for one of those countries where the FM Recording feature is not available due to legal reasons.
i am from egypt and i don't have FM recording in my asha 200 ??
i suggeste make this feature available in a new software update ..
there is also some specefications ..here on the site about asha 200 that dosen't exist
such as Sequence mode in camera
i hope all this missing features provided soon ..so i won't feel decieved..
Apologies for the delay getting back to you, asha200_spec, could you please confirm the product code of your Asha 200 phone so that we can check this?
The Product code is a 7-digit code which will begin with '05...' and may contain numbers and letters, you can find it on the product label inside your phone's battery compartment.
2013-01-04 12:53 - edited 2013-01-04 13:05
I just bought Asha 201 and i dont have FM recorder too. How this can be repaired.
My product code is 059k4f9
P.S. Updating thru phone and restarting didnt help.
2013-01-06 13:03 - edited 2013-01-06 13:06
I`m from Bulgaria and bought the phone from one of our mobile operators - Vivacom. I will read the OP right now
Edit 2: Oh Bulgaria is not in the list, that explains everything...
I am sure there is no restriction in Czech Republic law to record radio for personal use. Sometimes I record radio plays and discussions, so I can listen to it later when I have time for it. I thought, Nokia will help me to make life easier. But it didn't, I am disappointed with Nokia.
I'm using NOKIA ASHA 306 smartphone.
When I use Radio recorder, the files are saved in .AAC format which can play on my mobile but not on my PC.
I tried to convert them to another format (like wave, mp3, etc...).
This .AAC file format is not recognized by Audacity or VLC media player / Media Player Classic.
How can I convert these .AAC files to a more common audio format that my PC can read and work with?
Alternatively, is it possible to use Radio recorder to record in a different, more common and editable format?
I appreciate your suggestions on how to convert recordings of Radio recorder.
- Migara \m/