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I'm looking for an app that serves as both a call recorder, and a regular voice recorder..


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  1. Cavalry_Scout

    Cavalry_Scout Member This Topic's Starter

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    What would y'all recommend? I see tons of them on AppBrain, but it doesn't seem that any of them do both things, and the few that do have ridiculous time limits o the records like 2-4 minutes.
     

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  2. benchmark

    benchmark Well-Known Member

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    How long would you want to record the conversation for? you are aware its illegal to do so without the consent of the other party?
     
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    Little Darwin Well-Known Member

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    ck4794 Well-Known Member

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    wow darwin, i followed your link and had to bookmark that on the spot. sooo many questions answered right there.
     
  5. wmtoandroid

    wmtoandroid Well-Known Member

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    The "one-party" rule is awesome! LOL
     
  6. FoxtrotUniform

    FoxtrotUniform Well-Known Member

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    Tasker can do this by using the record audio task where you can select the source (Microphone, incomming call, outgoing call, call). Just tested it by creating a widget for microphone and one for Call. Downside is it looks like you'll need a third widget for a Record Audio Stop task as I didn't see anything about toggling the function. Also, "time limit" is only limited by the size of your SD card.
     
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  7. Cavalry_Scout

    Cavalry_Scout Member This Topic's Starter

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    Texas is a one party consent state. Really, I'd like one with no set limit, just record until I turn it off or it runs out of the alotted memory block.
     
  8. Cavalry_Scout

    Cavalry_Scout Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'll have to play around with that tomorrow, thank you!
     

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