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hi,
I got some audio file in my galaxy sII in .3ga format, i would like to convert them into .mp3 files, i did rename the file to .mp3 to see if it can play, but no success, are there other methods you can covert them besides renaming? your help is greatly appreciated, thank you.
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i did rename the file to .mp3 to see if it can play, but no success


Imagine if changing the extension actually worked. Imagine changing the extension of an image of a historical event to .gif and then it would be animated and reveal new details about that even by showing what really happened. Or you know, changing pornographic images to .gif files.
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Imagine changing the extension of an image of a historical event to .gif and then it would be animated and reveal new details about that even by showing what really happened.

Yeah, except that gifs aren't necessarily animated.
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Yeah, except that gifs aren't necessarily animated.


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