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Best call recording app for S3?!?!?


  1. Jaxx89

    Jaxx89 Active Member

    I'm about to buy an S3. The main function that I want is to record calls.
    And I mean record both the parties, incoming/outgoing calls and don't want to use the loudspeaker so that everyone else can hear my conversation.

    I had total recall on my previous phone working fine(also Ultimate voice recorder)[it was a symbian]

    As far as I've seen till now, call recording on Android seems to be kinda difficult.
    And there are many apps on the Play store like Call Recorder, Record my Call, Auto Call recorder, etc...

    Is it even possible to record calls on Android???

    S3 users please suggest a good call recording app please.
    Thanks.

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  2. imedo

    imedo Well-Known Member

    Well , I i'm not sure about the apps you mentioned but you can try this one :
    - Play store Link -
    tell me if it worked ;)
  3. davidmanvell

    davidmanvell Well-Known Member

    I have Voicerecorder and Virtual recorder. Neither work. if you find one that does let me know.
  4. Rush

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  5. recordingmagic

    recordingmagic New Member

    For me, the best call recorder for my S3 is the Sprint Epic 4G Touch (T-mobile S2 T989 variant).
  6. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor Guide

    There's an inbuilt one. While in a call, just press the home key, go to the voice record app and start recording. It works on my Galaxy S, so I'd doubt they removed that functionality.
  7. Jaxx89

    Jaxx89 Active Member

    Well total recall seems to do the job.
    Tested the trial version and works both ways no need to use speakerphone and no beeps.
    Used the Total Recall S2 version as they have updated it for S3 as well.
  8. nerys

    nerys Well-Known Member

    total call recorder looks nice but I am flat out not pay $9 for that software. Ouch.
  9. Jaxx89

    Jaxx89 Active Member

    well I really NEED a call recorder and I don't really mind paying for it
    yeah the only problem is that in the playback our own voice is quite low else it works fine
  10. nerys

    nerys Well-Known Member

    try acr call recorder. designed specifically for the S3 since that is what he has

    does NOT work on my S3 but I believe that is due to me running the leaked LIH Jelly Bean rom.

    try it and let us know if it works on the stock ICS rom.
  11. Jaxx89

    Jaxx89 Active Member

    ACR seems decent for a free call recorder
  12. ArizonaWolfman

    ArizonaWolfman New Member

    No, it only records the other party's voice and will not output in mp4 at all. I have Galaxy S3 with AT&T ice cream
  13. ArizonaWolfman

    ArizonaWolfman New Member

    This app works, but barely. It automatically turns speaker on and cannot turn off. Sound quality is very poor and will not record with default settings. Must use MP4 or 3GP format. Ads are very annoying and frequently attempt to start browser. This app needs lots of work to be of practical use.
  14. Jaxx89

    Jaxx89 Active Member

    Thanks for the review guys...hadn't tested it
  15. ArizonaWolfman

    ArizonaWolfman New Member

    This one doesn't work either. I got it to record but only the other party's voice. Then the app crashed. I rebooted and now it doesn't record at all. I am uninstalling and still searching for a call recording app that actually works on Galaxy S3.:mad:
  16. jefboyardee

    jefboyardee Well-Known Member

    I like:

    AndroRec is a very light weight yet powerful call recorder for android phones that records all your incoming and out going calls automatically to your SD card (External Storage).

    Features :
    &#8226; Absolutely free and ad free
    &#8226; Records all incoming and outgoing calls
    &#8226; Option to enable/disable call recording
    &#8226; No time limit for recording
    &#8226; Log of all the recorded calls can be viewed from the application. You can play or delete or archive recordings from the application itself
    &#8226; Log shows the contact number/name, exact date time as well as duration of your call making it easy to track all your calls from the application
  17. gdiddy

    gdiddy Well-Known Member

  18. jefboyardee

    jefboyardee Well-Known Member

    Sorry, no opinion on InCall. Tried Androrec, it worked just as I wanted and it was free, so I stopped looking. It just records in the background, making files of every conversation on my SD in case I need them someday.
  19. december1984

    december1984 New Member

    After spending countless hours trying to find one that works on Verizon's S3... this one does!! And if anyone needs help with the set up let me know... it took some tinkering with to get the settings right.. but it does work! call sound from other end is pretty impressive, maybe I just don't have anything to compare it to... lol... but even on the lowest call volume I could hear other side just fine! Enjoy!! :)
  20. december1984

    december1984 New Member

    sorry... I'm new.. the app is called " All That Recorder" - by Jinasys
    :)

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