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6th August 2015, 06:23 PM |#481  
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I have tried various settings but it does not work reliably. What are the recommended settings?

Galaxy S4 Active SGH-I537 Android 5.0, please test following settings:
- Record Mode: 4
- Tune Samsung1: Yes
- Tune Samsung2: Yes
- Tune Samsung3: Test Group1, Group2, Group3, Group4, Group5, Group6 one by one
- Tune Audio Route: No

If it doesn't work I'm afraid no recorder in the market works. In this case please root your phone, use these settings to record calls:
- Record Mode: 4 or 1
- Tune Samsung1: No
- Tune Samsung2: No
- Tune Samsung3: No
- Tune Audio Route: No
- Change Audio Controls: Yes
- Change Audio Driver: No
- Start Input Stream: Yes
 
 
6th August 2015, 07:45 PM |#482  
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Galaxy S4 Active SGH-I537 Android 5.0, please test following settings:
- Record Mode: 4
- Tune Samsung1: Yes
- Tune Samsung2: Yes
- Tune Samsung3: Test Group1, Group2, Group3, Group4, Group5, Group6 one by one
- Tune Audio Route: No

If it doesn't work I'm afraid no recorder in the market works. In this case please root your phone, use these settings to record calls:
- Record Mode: 4 or 1
- Tune Samsung1: No
- Tune Samsung2: No
- Tune Samsung3: No
- Tune Audio Route: No
- Change Audio Controls: Yes
- Change Audio Driver: No
- Start Input Stream: Yes

Thanks. Before I got this message, I decided to uninstall and reinstall BoldBeast. That seemed to work BUT then I noticed that there were problems.

1) the "automatic dimming" of the screen no longer works. The screen is always on the dimmest setting now unless I take it off automatic and manually set it.

2) The ringer and vibrations both also seem to be on very low settings. I am missing calls and messages constantly.

I tried to reinstall but I did not deal with the suggested testing because the dimming and notification issues have me concerned.

Suggestions on how to restore / fix dimming and notification issues caused by BoldBeast?
7th August 2015, 01:57 AM |#483  
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Thanks. Before I got this message, I decided to uninstall and reinstall BoldBeast. That seemed to work BUT then I noticed that there were problems.

Please disable the "Tune Samsung3" option, power off then power on, does it work now?
7th August 2015, 02:21 PM |#484  
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Please disable the "Tune Samsung3" option, power off then power on, does it work now?

Thanks! I tried this but it did not work. Finally, I uninstalled Boldbeast. I then deleted the two directories it created (it may create more but I only found 2). I booted up to delete the partition cache. I forced a reset of all application preferences. Still no fix. Then I started going through other trouble shooting steps. What appeared to fix it was going into the power saving features and then changing each of those settings - on-off or reverse - one by one. Finally, auto dimming appears to be working somewhat close to normal.
8th August 2015, 12:20 AM |#485  
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What appeared to fix it was going into the power saving features and then changing each of those settings - on-off or reverse - one by one. Finally, auto dimming appears to be working somewhat close to normal.

Thanks for your information, and sorry for taking much of your time.
So please root the phone to fix the recording problem. Don't enable the "Tune Samsung3" option.
8th August 2015, 02:52 PM |#486  
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Hi Boldbeast,
What are the best setting for sony xperia z3 compact. unbranded US version not rooted.
Thanks.
9th August 2015, 10:50 PM |#487  
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What are the best setting for sony xperia z3 compact. unbranded US version not rooted.

Please use these settings to record calls:

- Record Mode: 4, 1, 5
- Record Format: WAV
- Tune Audio Route: Test Group1, Group2, Group3
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12th August 2015, 12:52 AM |#488  
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Please use these settings to record calls:

- Record Mode: 4, 1, 5
- Record Format: WAV
- Tune Audio Route: Test Group1, Group2, Group3

Thanks. working perfectly.
Record Mode: 4
Record Format- WAV
Tune Audio Route- Group1
14th August 2015, 05:55 PM |#489  
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HI, may I please have the correct settings for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4, Model# SGH-M919, running KitKat 4.4.4, not rooted.
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15th August 2015, 01:37 AM |#490  
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HI, may I please have the correct settings for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4, Model# SGH-M919, running KitKat 4.4.4, not rooted.

Please use these settings to record calls:

- Record Mode: 4 or 1
- Tune Samsung1: No
- Tune Samsung2: No
- Tune Samsung3: Group1
- Tune Audio Route: No
15th August 2015, 09:26 PM |#491  
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I have a Moto G 2gen (XT1068), running stock KK with root. In the suggested settings (no root), the incoming calls only recorded my side (I can only hear my voice). I would like to know, which settings work well (better with root mode? Which?). Thank you in advance and for the support.
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