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    So, my phone fell out of my pocket and the screen went dead. The phone still works fine it seems, it plings when I connect it to the computer.

    Anyways, I would be forever helpful if anyone knows how to extract a file from the phone. I followed a guide for how to turn the phone inte a mass storage device, which worked fine, but it only shows files transfered through Zune.

    I'm in desperate need of a recording I made through an app (I don't remember the name of the app, could have been simple "AudioRecorder" or alonger those lines... start with an A).

    How can I search my phone and find this file?

    Thanks a bunch.
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    Unfortunately, I don't believe you can.
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    Oh, that's a pitty :/

    If anyone has any idea, please let me know.

    Thanks again.
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    I am in the same exact situation so I had to buy a 920 prematurely. Please fill me in as well.
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    You can go to windowsphone.com to check your purchase history to find the app name, but I have no idea on how to extract the file.. Sorry there.

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