Originally Posted by crylentino
1. If you "Force Stop" Boldbeast in the built-in "Settings > Apps" screen, this tells Android that "I don't want Boldbeast to run", thereafter Android will no longer allow Boldbeast running, the in-call button will no longer be displayed, all your calls will no longer be recorded. Next time when you manually open Boldbeast Android knows you want it to run again, thereafter Android will allow Boldbeast running, the in-call button will be displayed, all your calls will be recorded again. For this reason please don't "Force Stop" Boldbeast, then the problem will disappear.
2. Yes, of course you can disable the "Standby Indicator", just click the option in Boldbeast to disable it. But at first you should set Boldbeast "Not Optimized" in the built-in "Settings > Battery > Battery Optimization" screen, just as said in the  part in this page http://www.boldbeast.com/android/cal...eshooting.html
3. Now the "Standby Indicator" is disabled, but Boldbeast works reliably, all your incoming and outgoing calls will be recorded correctly.