Yes, you can say.
Actually, when I recorded the conversation mobile recording folder would be created in internal memory of the mobile phone.(but due to wife nature she always checks my phone on daily basis so, I cut the mobile recordings folder from internal memory(mobile phone) and paste in Pen drive for so that i can hide about call recordings from wife and keep the recordings in safe place.
so my question here can i use this pen drive recordings in court or court can accepet this recordings in divorce cases as i read somewhere while doing googling ..mobile recordings should be in original device otherwise it's useless but when i met with lawyers they said you can use it as a evidence but you have to give affidavit under section 65(B) as per recent supreme court judgement "Anvar v. Basheer and the New (Old) Law of Electronic Evidence" and "shamsher electronic evidence" but at the same time when i met with real 498a victims they said it's usesless court would never accept this recordings as it's not in original device.
being an layman i am not able to understand recent supreme court judgements so it would be great if someone let me know in layman term...