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  1. GtoJon's Avatar
    I have tried 2 & they only record my end, not the other side of the conversation

    Thanks for any info anybody has!

    Cheers, Jon
    10-11-2013 12:24 PM
  2. bclinger#IM's Avatar
    Androrec Plus.

    Via my Note 3
    10-11-2013 01:09 PM
  3. GtoJon's Avatar
    Found one .... it works both ways & both are the same level of record & very good quality! Galaxy Call Recorder Free

    Cheers, Jon
    10-11-2013 01:35 PM
  4. Niranjan Bapat's Avatar
    11-23-2013 11:11 PM
  5. cazwell220's Avatar
    I rooted my phone with Root De La Vega to preserve the Knox flag for warranty purposes .. then I installed Xposed with the Wanam module and enabled the hidden built in system call recording and it worked perfectly.

    It sounds involved, but it's worth it for a whole lot of advantageous reasons including the call recording.
    11-24-2013 12:47 AM
  6. BMW R1200RT rider's Avatar
    I use AllCall Delux.

    Sent from my SM-N900V using AC Forums mobile app
    11-24-2013 03:19 AM
  7. anon8126715's Avatar
    Is it true that some states require ALL participants being recorded to consent to being recorded? I understand some states don't allow you to record another person without their consent.
    11-24-2013 03:11 PM
  8. snc0921's Avatar
    Is it true that some states require ALL participants being recorded to consent to being recorded? I understand some states don't allow you to record another person without their consent.
    I would suspect that you can record anything you want to which you're a party to the conversation. Using that recording in any may require consent from the other party.

    Usually I record things like changing airline reservations. You'll note that when you call any service you get a pre-message which states "this call may be recorded for quality purposes". To me, that means the other party has released their expectation of privacy. Why should I not be able to record any conversation to which I'm a party? Maybe my memory is not so good. Am I being discriminated against? If I reply to an email, do I have to get the approval of the other party in order to post that email? The laws are screwy with respect to where a call originates and where the other party is during the call.

    It should be up to us, the end users, to determine whether the recording is legal and the phone should be capable of recording the conversation. I don't like that the phone is crippled with respect to recording a call. Let me make the choice.
    11-24-2013 03:38 PM
  9. jackjack1969's Avatar
    Call recorder ACR is what I use and it works good for me. Tmobile note 3

    Posted via Android Central App
    11-24-2013 04:44 PM
  10. anon8126715's Avatar
    I would suspect that you can record anything you want to which you're a party to the conversation. Using that recording in any may require consent from the other party.

    Usually I record things like changing airline reservations. You'll note that when you call any service you get a pre-message which states "this call may be recorded for quality purposes". To me, that means the other party has released their expectation of privacy. Why should I not be able to record any conversation to which I'm a party? Maybe my memory is not so good. Am I being discriminated against? If I reply to an email, do I have to get the approval of the other party in order to post that email? The laws are screwy with respect to where a call originates and where the other party is during the call.

    It should be up to us, the end users, to determine whether the recording is legal and the phone should be capable of recording the conversation. I don't like that the phone is crippled with respect to recording a call. Let me make the choice.

    I knew some states required it. I'm not saying I think it's right, but I knew I remember hearing something about it being a law for all parties to consent.

    When must you get permission from everyone involved before recording?

    Twelve states require the consent of every party to a phone call or conversation in order to make the recording lawful. These "two-party consent" laws have been adopted in California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Washington (Hawai'i is also in general a one-party state, but requires two-party consent if the recording device is installed in a private place). Although they are referred to as "two-party consent" laws, consent must be obtained from every party to a phone call or conversation if it involves more than two people. In some of these states, it might be enough if all parties to the call or conversation know that you are recording and proceed with the communication anyway, even if they do not voice explicit consent. See the State Law: Recording section of this legal guide for information on specific states' wiretapping laws.
    Recording Phone Calls and Conversations | Digital Media Law Project
    11-24-2013 05:40 PM
  11. snc0921's Avatar
    I rooted my phone with Root De La Vega to preserve the Knox flag for warranty purposes .. then I installed Xposed with the Wanam module and enabled the hidden built in system call recording and it worked perfectly.

    It sounds involved, but it's worth it for a whole lot of advantageous reasons including the call recording.
    Where does the phone store the recording???? I loaded up the Wanam Module with Xposed but can't find the recording.
    11-25-2013 02:39 PM
  12. Jordan Hickin's Avatar
    What setting do you have it on;. I have tried recording using Samsung Call Recorder on my note 3 and i get nothing either just my voice or a load of crappy noise
    03-17-2014 09:56 AM
  13. Qurlee's Avatar
    ACR is a great call recorder for the note 3.

    Posted via Android Central App
    03-17-2014 10:01 AM
  14. Jelly Belly's Avatar
    Does this work after KK or does it just record white noise like all the rest now?

    This is the one thing keeping me from upgrading to 4.4
    03-17-2014 07:03 PM
  15. bclinger#IM's Avatar
    Nothing works with Kit Kat:

    Sent via my Note 8
    03-20-2014 01:54 PM
  16. ldschurch-leeds org's Avatar
    Galaxy Call Recorder does not work on my Note 3 - it just records horrible noise.
    05-02-2014 10:54 AM
  17. anon8380037's Avatar
    I would suspect that you can record anything you want to which you're a party to the conversation. Using that recording in any may require consent from the other party.

    Usually I record things like changing airline reservations. You'll note that when you call any service you get a pre-message which states "this call may be recorded for quality purposes". To me, that means the other party has released their expectation of privacy. Why should I not be able to record any conversation to which I'm a party? Maybe my memory is not so good. Am I being discriminated against? If I reply to an email, do I have to get the approval of the other party in order to post that email? The laws are screwy with respect to where a call originates and where the other party is during the call.

    It should be up to us, the end users, to determine whether the recording is legal and the phone should be capable of recording the conversation. I don't like that the phone is crippled with respect to recording a call. Let me make the choice.
    Last night I watched a recent episode of The Good Wife here in London. Apparently in Chicago you need both parties consent, but they were in New York where a recorded conversation is admissible in court if one party consents. A great scene in a hotel with Eric Bogosian and the great scatty red head lawyer who was nominated for an Emmy as supporting actress.
    I'm going off on one. 'S all I know.

    Sent from my SM-N9005 using Tapatalk Pro
    05-02-2014 12:27 PM
  18. Partne Daugherty's Avatar
    When I updated my Galaxy Note 3 last week, my PAID version of Galaxy Call Recorder no longer works with the Note 3.
    05-29-2014 12:04 PM
  19. simonfoy's Avatar
    Mine doesn't either. I have emailed the developer to ask why and if he does anything that does work with the Note 3. Will let you know if they reply.
    06-25-2014 07:19 PM
  20. bclinger#IM's Avatar
    Unless you are rooted, nothing works.

    Sent from my SM-P600 using Tapatalk
    06-26-2014 02:35 AM
  21. ehsan chaudary's Avatar
    Kindly advise me on the above subject because I have failed to install a programme from PLAY STORE to record the calls on my Samsung Note 3.
    08-18-2014 06:33 AM
  22. Hghlndr's Avatar
    RMC - Android Call Recorder
    I use it for business AND it is excellent. Works great on my VZW Note3 (SM N900V).
    It's free and is amazing.
    Good luck. Peace
    PS: no root required!

    Posted via Android Central App
    08-19-2014 02:08 AM
  23. Semeneh Worku's Avatar
    I did try so many call recorder like galaxy call recorder its not working just horrebil noise
    10-29-2014 04:56 PM
  24. Joee0201's Avatar
    Has anyone found one that works? I have a rooted note 3 with xposed and nothing works
    11-06-2014 05:33 PM
  25. gozirra's Avatar
    Joee0201, in Wanam Xposed, go to the Phone menu, check Enable Add Call button, check Enable Call Recording Menu, then uncheck Enable Add Call button (the two are mutually exclusive). The Call Recording menu will then be ghosted but active. I've recorded several conversations and it picks up both sides. Make sure you reboot after enabling (as prompted). Good luck!
    11-06-2014 07:49 PM
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