- 03-11-2011, 12:59 PM #2
- 03-12-2011, 11:10 AM #3
- 03-12-2011, 01:34 PM #4
I remember all my old dumb phones was able to this..My history: Ericsson 628, 768, T10, T28 World, Siemens S12, Nokia 8290, 3390, Motorola C330 , V70, Ericsson T68i, Motorola v100, Accompli 009, Sony Ericsson P800, T300, T610, O2 XDA II, BlackBerry 6210, Sanyo SCP5300, SCP8100, VM4500, PM8200, MM7400, MM8300, MM9000, BlackBerry 7750, Kyocera KX18, MM-A900, SCP8400, Pearl 8130, Tour 9630, Samsung Epic 4G, HTC Design 4G, Nook Tablet. CO's: Omnipoint, Voicestream, T-Mobile, (Amp'd for a short time) Sprint, Verizon
- 03-12-2011, 02:27 PM #5
- 32 Posts
Hmm , well I remember me & a bunch of my buddies decided to play this prank on one of my friends , and we used an app called SpoofCard to change our phone number & disguise our voice when we called .. We then found out after that you can record the calls . It's not free , but it's reasonably priced .
Google Voice also has a feature like this ; but this might or might not matter to you ; but to record , the person has to make the call to you , & it clearly states over the line that conversation is being recorded .
I haven't used Google Voice in a while , so don't kill me if my information is out-dated .
- 03-15-2011, 03:16 PM #6
- 03-16-2011, 02:26 PM #7
- 07-25-2012, 01:02 AM #8
- 1 Posts
Re: Recording phone call
I know this is an older link, but thought I'd give my advice for future use. If you place the call on speaker-phone then press record on the voice recorder app already on your android, you can record both sides of the conversation clearly. You can do this after dialing while waiting for the other party to answer or after you've answered when another party calls in. The call must be in process to record, so you kind of have to be quick to place it on speaker and record. If anyone texts or calls into your phone while recording the recording will stop, so you will have to press record again.