Divers have recovered the cockpit voice recorder from the crashed AirAsia flight QZ8501 buried in the Java Sea according to officials, according to the BBC.
The retrieval comes a day after the first piece of the device commonly known as the “black box”, the flight data recorder, was also found and brought to shore.
The aircraft with 162 people on board disappeared between Surabaya in Indonesia and Singapore on 28 December.
The two devices will help investigators understand more about what went wrong.
Forty-eight bodies have been recovered so far, but most of the victims are believed to still be inside the fuselage.
SB Supriadi from Indonesia’s search and rescue agency told the BBC’s Indonesian service the fuselage had been located by divers about 1.5km (0.9 miles) from where the tail section was found last week.
He said there were no plans yet to go down and retrieve it.
The voice recorder was freed from underneath heavy wreckage of a wing from a depth of about 30 metres (98 feet) early on Tuesday, said Tonny Budiono, sea navigation director at the Transportation Ministry.