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Question: Phone Recorder Still work in stock KK 4.4.2?

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27th January 2014, 12:56 PM   |  #1  
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Just wondering phone recording function still working after upgrade to Kitkat 4.4.2?
Current 4.3 is able to record 2-way phone call clearly event with head set. (no need to enable speaker).
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Just wondering phone recording function still working after upgrade to Kitkat 4.4.2?
Current 4.3 is able to record 2-way phone call clearly event with head set. (no need to enable speaker).

i haven't tried kitkat because there are way too many glitches and i'm really happy with 4.3.
but some developers of the apps that can record calls are putting notes that samsung has disabled 2way phone call in kitkat.. so i think answer is no.

stick to 4.3
27th January 2014, 02:27 PM   |  #3  
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Just wondering phone recording function still working after upgrade to Kitkat 4.4.2?
Current 4.3 is able to record 2-way phone call clearly event with head set. (no need to enable speaker).

No the sound output from the recording is just white noise. It seems to work but the recording isn't anywhere near clear
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Which recorder apps are you using to record? Normally there is audio source to choose, need to select audio call instead of mic.

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27th January 2014, 04:51 PM   |  #5  
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Which recorder apps are you using to record? Normally there is audio source to choose, need to select audio call instead of mic.

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This thread is on about the built in call recorder; not a separate app.
27th January 2014, 07:21 PM   |  #6  
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No the sound output from the recording is just white noise. It seems to work but the recording isn't anywhere near clear

+1 recording works, but just wierd noise on recorded sound.
28th January 2014, 02:33 AM   |  #7  
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This thread is on about the built in call recorder; not a separate app.

In order to use build in recorder, need to root and enable in Xpose module. I am still unroot with stock ROM, I think third party apps also get the audio from the same source. So the unknown is whether the audio source unavailable or the build in recorder not functioning. Don't mind try to install third party apps such as "automatic call recorder", choose Voice Call as audio source to try out?


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