A friend told me that there's an option to record all Calls in Android Nougat. I have searched for this option but unfortunately couldn't find it. Can anyone please help me by telling how can I record Calls in My Android Nougat 7.1.1 device
First, you need a Google Voice account. If you don’t have one, head to the Google Voice website and follow the on-screen instructions. Then, once your account is set up, you need to enable recording on your account, which is relatively easy to do.
Step 1: Navigate to the Google Voice homepage.
Step 2: Click the three vertical dots more menu located on the left and select Settings from the menu.
Step 3: Scroll to the Calls section and turn on Incoming call options by using the slider on the right.
Once done, you will be able to record incoming calls by simply hitting the “4” button on your keypad. When you press “4,” you and the person you’re talking with will hear a message saying that the recording is underway. Press “4” again, and the recording will stop and automatically save to your inbox. To access your recordings in the Voice app, head to the Menu and tap Recorded.
Unless the call is being forwarded from Google Voice, there's a problem. Since many places have a "two-party consent" law (both you and the other person have to consent to recording), most manufacturers try to keep you from being able to record calls. But different manufacturers do it differently, so it's difficult for one app to get around them all.
If you're in a "one-party consent" state, try Call Recorder. It has a number of different methods - you try them until one of them records both sided of the conversation for your phone. (If you're in a "two-party consent" state, your notification to the other party that the call is being recorded has to be on the recording. [That's why you hear "your call may be recorded ..." messages when you call a lot of places. That's their notification to you and it's being recorded - just in case the caller is in a "two-party consent" state.])