Call Recording support may return in a future Android version

Call Recording support may return in a future Android version

Call Recording support may return in a future Android version

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Call Recording support may return in a future Android version


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15 réflexions au sujet de “Call Recording support may return in a future Android version”

  1. Good that was one of the best features about a couple of Chinese phones I’ve owned in the past. I live in Texas where only one party has to know about it legally so that can really come in handy.

  2. In some markets Samsung, OnePlus and Xiaomi already have it. I think making it standard in OS is more of a legal issue in some countries, since you can’t record someone without their permission. If Google does implement it, it will have to be region locked.

  3. I truly believe that you guys are reading the Google employee’s comment wrong.

    What he is basically saying in his last comment is that they DO NOT consider enabling call recording in Q but *may consider in future.*

    I have worked all my life for large software organizations and when someone says *may consider in future.* it literally translates to « we are not doing this now, stop asking us ».

  4. Okay, wait a sec, I can record calls just fine with my LG V30 phone, Android 8.0 using an app called Boldbeast Recorder. I’m in the US on the T-Mobile network. I did one as a test just now and there’s no problems whatsoever.

    Is this a problem for other people?

  5. Come on Google. Let’s get this done! It truly is a fantastic feature for dealing with customer service reps and just general note taking during calls.

  6. Now if they could unfuck the SMS and call log permission and stop messing up with the developers with the unnecessary red tape they added. What’s so bad about asking for the permission instead of granting an exception (which is not easy to get apparently) at the Play Store level?

    All it caused is annoying the devs and users, and some apps are now offering a non-crippled APK to sideload as a workaround, potentially diminishing the security of the device.

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