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Unable to record phone calls

(Topic created: 07-28-2023 08:19 AM)
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KeeperOfTheWorld
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I've seen others able to record their phone calls but I try and I don't have the option in the 3 dots while in a call. Is there something I have to enable to do this?

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VerbumVeritum
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There are state laws preventing calls from being recorded easily. If you want to record phone calls, it is best to do so on a second phone or digital recorder device. If you live in an all/two-party state, you will be breaking the law if you do not inform individuals that you are recording them.

https://www.justia.com/50-state-surveys/recording-phone-calls-and-conversations

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RevCyberTrucker
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Depends on the phone model, carrier and local laws. It's unlikely that a US specific model will allow call recording, since some states require two-party consent. Rather than open themselves up to legal interactions, most manufacturers will disable it before selling the model here.
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Call recording has been disabled on the operating system level due to certain laws. You would need a second device to record
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user3dB9mrVpi9
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How do I record ongoing phone calls on s22 ultra?
Zelendel
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Depending on the model you might not be able to. Devices sold by us carriers have it removed from devices due to laws
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Diaboyos
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Cube ACR is about the best recorder now. It was great before Google gimped all the recording apps. Now it's about the best you're gonna get.
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VerbumVeritum
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There are state laws preventing calls from being recorded easily. If you want to record phone calls, it is best to do so on a second phone or digital recorder device. If you live in an all/two-party state, you will be breaking the law if you do not inform individuals that you are recording them.

https://www.justia.com/50-state-surveys/recording-phone-calls-and-conversations