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# 135063 13-Nov-2013 12:04
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Does anyone know of anyway to reliably record both receiving and sending audio on your droid? I'm aware of the legal ramifications around recording calls however this is a functionality that I now require.

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  # 933017 13-Nov-2013 12:20
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I'm guessing the app in the play store titled Call Recorder might be a starting point.



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  # 933066 13-Nov-2013 13:10
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nah mate, had a fiddle with a bunch of them on the store nothing seems to catch both incoming and outgoing audio.
Its all one way for me either only incoming or only outgoing. So that is why I was wondering if anyone on here had gotten it working natively with their device.




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# 933067 13-Nov-2013 13:11
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Outsource to GCSB?

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  # 933071 13-Nov-2013 13:14
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I use ACR for 3 months now. No issue whatsoever.

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  # 933073 13-Nov-2013 13:18
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What device? Some seem to work fine recording both audio directions some don't. Is it the Note3 in your sig? Haven't tried that. Automatic Call Recorder works on my S4.

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  # 933076 13-Nov-2013 13:21
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I used one of the ones on the store (can't remember the name sorry) and found while it did record a. incoming and b. outgoing, you had to set the priority for either a or b. The recording for the one which wasn't priority was rubbish. There was a 'pro' version available (as there is a for a number of the variants of these apps) but I wasn't going to waste my money off the back of what I'd experienced.

What 'legal ramifications' are you referring to? It's perfectly legal to record both your incoming and outgoing calls.* Whether you advise the other party or not is a courtesy which you may, or may not, decide to extend.

Do you have a 2Talk account by any chance?

EDIT: nakedmolerat and Inphinity - this quick search throws up two different apps. Which one/s are you using?

EDIT 2: *as long as you are a party to those calls! Just make sure you abide by the principles outlined in Part 2 of the Privacy Act 1993. The definition of "Agency" within the meaning of this Act is defined under section 2 - Interpretation.

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  # 933082 13-Nov-2013 13:31
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Dratsab: I used one of the ones on the store (can't remember the name sorry) and found while it did record a. incoming and b. outgoing, you had to set the priority for either a or b. The recording for the one which wasn't priority was rubbish. There was a 'pro' version available (as there is a for a number of the variants of these apps) but I wasn't going to waste my money off the back of what I'd experienced.

What 'legal ramifications' are you referring to? It's perfectly legal to record both your incoming and outgoing calls. Whether you advise the other party or not is a courtesy which you may, or may not, decide to extend.

Do you have a 2Talk account by any chance?

EDIT: nakedmolerat and Inphinity - this quick search throws up two different apps. Which one/s are you using?


I'm using the one from NLL (Call Recorder - ACR).

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  # 933095 13-Nov-2013 13:49
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Call Recorder - ACR
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  # 933096 13-Nov-2013 13:51
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Cheers for that - might have a go at that one myself :-)

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  # 933141 13-Nov-2013 14:36
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I've found TotalRecall works well on my S3 except when I'm on handsfree (bluetooth) when it doesn't record my side of the conversation...)-:



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  # 933160 13-Nov-2013 14:50
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Inphinity: What device? Some seem to work fine recording both audio directions some don't. Is it the Note3 in your sig? Haven't tried that. Automatic Call Recorder works on my S4.


Yes its the international version of the note 3

Dratsab: I used one of the ones on the store (can't remember the name sorry) and found while it did record a. incoming and b. outgoing, you had to set the priority for either a or b. The recording for the one which wasn't priority was rubbish. There was a 'pro' version available (as there is a for a number of the variants of these apps) but I wasn't going to waste my money off the back of what I'd experienced.

What 'legal ramifications' are you referring to? It's perfectly legal to record both your incoming and outgoing calls.* Whether you advise the other party or not is a courtesy which you may, or may not, decide to extend.

Do you have a 2Talk account by any chance?

EDIT: nakedmolerat and Inphinity - this quick search throws up two different apps. Which one/s are you using?

EDIT 2: *as long as you are a party to those calls! Just make sure you abide by the principles outlined in Part 2 of the Privacy Act 1993. The definition of "Agency" within the meaning of this Act is defined under section 2 - Interpretation.


The legality I'm referring to are what is and isn't admissible in legal cases for business and personal uses. As you have said that for personal use it is at your discretion as to whether you decide to advise the other party that the call is being recorded. Only one party need be aware that it is being recorded and that party can be you. It is however entirely different for business use. you must inform the other party that the call may or may not be recorded that is all.


If you remember the name of that app please let me know, I have tried different ROMs previously on different devices that supposedly offer native call recording however they couldn't deliver either and for a device that is supposedly the "bees knees" I would have thought it should have the opportunity to record calls.




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  # 933187 13-Nov-2013 15:01
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mmlakeman: I've found TotalRecall works well on my S3 except when I'm on handsfree (bluetooth) when it doesn't record my side of the conversation...)-:


You sir are awesome, I just got that one installed and I am refreshingly surprised to find that it records both with really good quality and you get a month free to trial. Thanks man




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  # 933192 13-Nov-2013 15:03
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.killermobile.totalrecall.trial&hl=en

here is a link in case anyone else wants it




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