My phone is supposed to have the capability to record phone calls for my Samsung Galaxy s21....but it doesn't. App should have been an automatic feature. Asurion insurance will exchange my phone for a new one if I pay the $200 deductible...really? But if you pay for an app... That should just come with the phone automatically.....that's fair too? 🧐 Hmmmm....? Nice resolution Samsung and Asurion.
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@mkohleen81 US federal and most state laws allow phone recording if just one party gives it the okay. Some states, however, require both parties to give permission to be recorded. Due to this, Google has put a lot of limitations on call recording apps and Samsung doesn't include call recording in the US.
BTW, the site you linked to is for Samsung India where laws are much different.
I hope this clears it up for you because this is what Samsung has promised for my phone features and it applies to me and my country regardless. It doesn't matter. You can't Skip and dance around the fact that my phone feature is missing and I paid full price for something that was supposed to be given to me.
Many US states have all recording laws which require receiving either a “one party consent” or “two party consent” before allowing a call recording. Recording the telephone conversation without such a consent is illegal and considered a crime without the consent of all parties to the conversation."