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    Default Call Recording on Droid Incredible...?

    Does Droid Incredible...

    1) Comes with native call recording functionality...?
    2) Support call recording with 3rd party applications...? (not using the speakerphone)

    Thanks.

    Reference: http://forum.androidcentral.com/gene...-function.html
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    I see some call recording apps in the market, but none with very high ratings. AllCallRecorder seems to have the best chance for success. Search "call recorders". The Incredible does not have this functionality out of the box.
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    Google voice.
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    If I'm not mistaken, unless you verbally notify the end caller that they are being recorded, it's a felony to do this.

    but no, not built in.
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    sniffs is right. The law varies from state to state, but it can be a felony.

    California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Washington require consent of both parties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sniffs View Post
    If I'm not mistaken, unless you verbally notify the end caller that they are being recorded, it's a felony to do this.

    but no, not built in.
    correct.
    that is why most convos you would only hear your voice and not the other's using a phone's default app.

    by law you must notify the other party that they are being recorded.
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    Tell that to Mel Gibson!

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    Not a crime in several states if one party consents
    God bless Texas
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    Google Voice supports recording incoming calls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrat View Post
    Not a crime in several states if one party consents
    God bless Texas
    Texas also supports capital punishment in 30 days. LOL.. just kidding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eazid View Post
    Google voice.
    Quote Originally Posted by sniffs View Post
    If I'm not mistaken, unless you verbally notify the end caller that they are being recorded, it's a felony to do this.

    but no, not built in.
    Luckily Google Voice notifies both callers once you initialized call recording.
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    Capital punishment is 13.6 average in tx
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    13.6 days?
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    That's a waiting time of 13.6 years of appeals
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    Still far FAR quicker than California.

    anyways, sorry to thread-jack with a completely offtopic subject lol..
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    The whole thread was jacked with legal issue. This question has come up for years (think startac) and it always goes legal.
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    Mel Gibson would most likely argue that point...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sniffs View Post
    If I'm not mistaken, unless you verbally notify the end caller that they are being recorded, it's a felony to do this.

    but no, not built in.
    Not any more according to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals as of August.

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