Posted 08 March 2013 - 08:06 PM
There's a problem (kind've) in that Evernote runs on lots of diverse platforms and if - as in your case - you record sound on one client, you get a recording in a format that suits that device. If you then try to play it back on another, Evernote will use the audio player of choice for that other OS - which may not understand the file type you saved. The trick is to use an app at each end that will play a single file type. You should be able to download VLC for your Win8 setup (it's a separate app) - I suggest you try that.
Check for other sound recording apps on Android that will save to MP3 or WMV format and try those from your phone..
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