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[MOD]No Ascending Ringer + Call Recording - 4.1.2 K7 - i317

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Work perfect with CleanRom 4.5 on Rogers. Thanks!

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Hi I can not find SecPhone.odex file to delete. I know CleanRom 4.5 is de-odex Rom. But you have it work? Please Tell me how?
I did copy the SecPhone.apk file in System/app then I got stuck?

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Hi I can not find SecPhone.odex file to delete. I know CleanRom 4.5 is de-odex Rom. But you have it work? Please Tell me how?
I did copy the SecPhone.apk file in System/app then I got stuck?

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Since CleanROM is already de-odexed, you don't have to delete the odex file...You need to copy the file to \system\app (which you said you did already - did you back up the original file?) and set the permissions correctly... reboot and that's it.
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Since CleanROM is already de-odexed, you don't have to delete the odex file...You need to copy the file to \system\app (which you said you did already - did you back up the original file?) and set the permissions correctly... reboot and that's it.
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Yes I did. I moved the original to sd card and copy the new one in. after that my phone lock up. I did not even have a change to set permission. And honestly
I have no idea how to set permissions. Check all box? I saw there are 3 rolls of check box. what should I do? Please let me know
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Yes I did. I moved the original to sd card and copy the new one in. after that my phone lock up. I did not even have a change to set permission. And honestly
I have no idea how to set permissions. Check all box? I saw there are 3 rolls of check box. what should I do? Please let me know
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I'm guessing you have a custom recovery set? CWM or TWRP? If so, try going into recovery and setting the proper permissions (User: rw Group: r Other: r) or you have TWRP, you can choose the "Set Permissions" option and see if that fixes it...
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I'm guessing you have a custom recovery set? CWM or TWRP? If so, try going into recovery and setting the proper permissions (User: rw Group: r Other: r) or you have TWRP, you can choose the "Set Permissions" option and see if that fixes it...
I do have TWRP. I did not know if I can set permission using TWRP?. Anyway I just went back to System/app and checked out the permission setting of the original SecPhone.apk file. I saw only 4 checks box. So again I copied the new SecPhone.apk back and set permission exactly to original file. and reboot. It works....Cool!!!
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Default Re: [MOD]No Ascending Ringer + Call Recording - 4.1.2 K7 - i317

Anyone tried this on a 4.2.2 build, like Jedi?

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Works great on stock 4.1.2

Anyone know how to change where they get stored? I want to be able to store recordings on my micro sd card.

Anyway how to make it always record automatically?


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There is no way to save it to sd card. Hope the developer who creates this mod will change it in the near future. I also wish that I can record the ringing sound too.
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has this beeen proven to work with BT headest as well?? last i heard, no solution has been found whereby calls can be recorded while using a BT headset????
 
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I've searched this thread and can't seem to find out where the call recordings are saved. Can anyone help me?

Btw, I'm running JEDI XP11 and installation seemed to go well.

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