If there is a way be advised that it is not legal to record phone calls without telling the other person that you are doing it.
Google the federal and your state laws regarding this before you record a phone call.
This is not true. The laws regarding phone conversation recordings says that at least one party in the conversation must give consent. So, as a party in the conversation, it is legal for you to record the conversation without telling the other party or parties.
Can we get back to the question about how to do this, please? You folks arguing about the legality of this need to take it elsewhere.
I use recording software all the time on my landline, because I do phone interviews with people for projects I'm writing. I tell everyone up front that I'm recording the conversation so that I don't have to call them back and ask the same questions over again. Nobody has any trouble with this.
The problem I have is that I can only do this on my land line right now. I'd like the flexibility to do this when I'm not near my land line. I'd also like to be able to insert tags into the audio file as it's being recorded so that I can jump right back to those spots when I want to go over what was said at that particular moment. Any ideas???
Yes, its possible to record phone calls. Market, search record calls. There is a free one that looks like a tape. It will say in the beginning of each call that you receive that the call maybe recorded for quality assurance
Anyone have anything else to say about this? There are tons of apps out that supposedly perform this feature, surely some of you have tried them and can comment on their reliability (without discussing legalities).
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Yes please, i second that, let's keep aside legalities and try and first find an app that works - it is a simply fucntion, just record what the device hears, kind of like the screen capture mp3 recorders on the comp that record every sound that you can hear on the speakers. I fail to understand why after so long, for a platform as big as Android, has no one managed to develop a working call recorder app!! It's simply amazing. I'm keeping my search alive though, i will retry all the apps once again, maybe i did some mistake in the settings, and i will post about how they worked this time around (i hope some update must have made at least one app function proper).
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i have used call recorder extensively on my HTC Wildfire (running very perfectly), It was rooted and was running CyanogenMod. Well call recording also worked on Samsung Galaxy 3,Galaxy pop, Galaxy Fit,LG Optimus 1. Callrecorders did not work at all on Samsung Galaxy S and S2,HTC Sensation,HTC Wildfire S, HTC Incredible S ,LG Optimus 2X and various other new generation devices, seems Google changed the coding to stop this, as it is illegal in US.