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My friend has music files on his iphone and wants to send a

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My friend has music files on his iphone and wants to send a music file as an attachment to an email sent from his iphone. How does he do that?

There's a couple ways to do this.

1) The easiest route is a 99c app called Song2Email. Info about it is here:

2) Second app is called "savetunes" also located on the app store that allows this as well.

Please let me know if you have trouble with either of these and I will do my best to assist. If you managed to get it working, remember to rate my assistance. If not, use the REPLY to button and I'll continue to help until we get it resolved. Thank you
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Upon further digging it appears song2email has been pulled from the app store.

We may need to find a different way.

Is this phone jailbroken, or stock?
Since the song2email was pulled from app store (this happens sometimes, apple doesn't like things that bypass their method), I had to find a different one.

This one should work, and it's new:

Let me know if you run into any trouble.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I have to go to a doctor's appointment. I have asked my friend to let me know if this app works. I do not think that he knows how to download an app to his iPhone. Can you give me simple directions on how to do this?

I may not be able to respond to you for about an hour.

Basically he just goes to the itunes store and searched for the app there:

It should be called "Slow Down Music Player"

He can either download it from his phone, or from Itunes and then sync to his phone. Once it's loaded the rest of the instructions should make sense.

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