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[Android 4.0+] Call Recorder - SKVALEX, record phone calls from the phone line

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pewe

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Avishay.a

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Hi,
I have OnePlus 6T latest version, rooted with Call Recorder - SKVALEX 3.4.4.
I can't find any setting to disable auto recording.
In previous version I had the option to choose to initiate call recording.
I'll be glad for advice.
 

skvalex

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Thanks for your response. Actually I don't have any other apps recording and I am not using Wi-Fi calling. I'm just using default configurations and calling as normal
Take a log in settings > three dots > debug while in call and send it to me via email

I have OnePlus 6T latest version, rooted with Call Recorder - SKVALEX 3.4.4.
I can't find any setting to disable auto recording.
In previous version I had the option to choose to initiate call recording.
I'll be glad for advice.
In the left side menu of the app > Help > Automatic & manual recording, filtering specific calls: https://skvalex.org/help/record-specific-calls

Any news on this issue? I'm on the latest version and still have to manually turn off "Call Confirm" before being able to add another call to an an ongoing call.
Try the attached version
 

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akg7091

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Apologies if this has been answered before.

I have a one plus 9 pro ( DA - India f/w ). Built in system recorder via the google dialer works but - 1 ) Manual and 2 ) Pre and post recording "messages"
Is there a way to use skvalex call recorder to record all calls automatically - I had been using it successfully for the past 2 years on a Galaxy S10+ ( Unrooted )

Can't root the OP9 as it's under 2 year warranty and accidental damage cover

Many thanks and God bless
 

Michele3D

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Hi, I have been using this app for a long time now and love it.

I noticed that on my second smartphone, the app ask for the password to encrypt recordings the first time I record a call after rebooting. That smartphone is being used by multiple people in my family, so this creates problems.
As one user also said a while ago, it is possible to work around this problem with asymmetric encryption:
  1. Create a public+private key pair and store each in a file (of course the private key should be stored encrypted using a passphrase). This must be done only once (during initialization/setup).
  2. For each recording create an encryption key (some sort of symmetric key block cipher, eg. a 256 bit AES seems to be good enough).
  3. Encrypt the recording using the symmetric key.
  4. Encrypt the symmetric key using the public key.
  5. Store both the encrypted recording and the encrypted symmetric key in a file (it can be two files, but for sake of portability storing them in a single file is a lot better).

Now playback of the recording is only possible if user enters the private key's passphrase. Call Recorder opens the private key (deciphering it using the passphrase), deciphers the symmetric key of the recording and finally deciphers the recording itself and plays it back.

Of course this is only a rough sketch of the idea. You could use an already tested solution (eg. OpenPGP) to achieve the same.

Obviously the files that already exist must be decrypted and encrypted with the new method, but this would be cleaner and more functional.

Are there any advantages if symmetric cryptography is currently used? I can't find any, but I'm not a cryptographer, so I might be ignoring something.

It may also be left to the user to choose which encryption method to use.
 
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provolinoo

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Hi @skvalex
I've been using your app for a long time and it is absolutely great :)

I used to save recordings in wav format but I'm facing space problems so I need to compress them... what are the best convert options you suggest?
I see I can convert to amr, mp3, opus, etc (same with bitrates) but I'm wondering what's the best choice to have good audio quality keeping files not too big :D
 

l-g

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I have a problem with filenames and call waiting. If I am talking to someone A and B calls and I switch to B the resulting file is still named A, only A. However, if I search for A, B's name or number is displayed in a smaller font on in the CR interface in the entry for this specific call to A. Usually there are two lines for each entry in CR's interface but in the case of call waiting a third line is added, with the name/number of the second call.

However, searching for this third line is semibroken.

Let's say that B called from 111222333. Usually, that is displayed as 111 222 333 (note the grouping/spcing) and you search for it entering 111222333. However, in the case of call waiting you have to search for it the way it is displayed, that is, including spaces, to find it. In other words, to find all calls from 111222333, you have to search for111222333 as well as 111 222 333.

Finally, when the file is transferred to some external storage such as via the could sync or Bluetooth to a computer, the filename is A-something, there is nothing in the filename indicating that it contains a call with B. This is obviously a problem that needs to be addressed. Until a good programmatic solution is available, at least, I think, this should be mentioned in the FAQ/help section https://callrecorder.skvalex.com/info

Thank you
 

ocujos

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I've also found the same issue @l-g
I believe that the best way to handle call waiting scenario would be to create a new file for the call that came through call waiting feature. However, if your phone has a system recorder (crDroid custom ROM in my case) I'm not sure if this can be implemented.
 

skvalex

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I have a one plus 9 pro ( DA - India f/w ). Built in system recorder via the google dialer works but - 1 ) Manual and 2 ) Pre and post recording "messages"
Is there a way to use skvalex call recorder to record all calls automatically - I had been using it successfully for the past 2 years on a Galaxy S10+ ( Unrooted )
You can install OnePlus Dialer and then unlock system recorder: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...th-call-recording-in-oneplus-8t-nord.4189165/

Are there any advantages if symmetric cryptography is currently used? I can't find any, but I'm not a cryptographer, so I might be ignoring something.
I think the main advantage is that it's already implemented :) Yes, I have some ideas how to improve it, but it's in a long term plans.

I have a problem with filenames and call waiting. If I am talking to someone A and B calls and I switch to B the resulting file is still named A, only A. However, if I search for A, B's name or number is displayed in a smaller font on in the CR interface in the entry for this specific call to A. Usually there are two lines for each entry in CR's interface but in the case of call waiting a third line is added, with the name/number of the second call.

However, searching for this third line is semibroken.

Let's say that B called from 111222333. Usually, that is displayed as 111 222 333 (note the grouping/spcing) and you search for it entering 111222333. However, in the case of call waiting you have to search for it the way it is displayed, that is, including spaces, to find it. In other words, to find all calls from 111222333, you have to search for111222333 as well as 111 222 333.

Finally, when the file is transferred to some external storage such as via the could sync or Bluetooth to a computer, the filename is A-something, there is nothing in the filename indicating that it contains a call with B. This is obviously a problem that needs to be addressed. Until a good programmatic solution is available, at least, I think, this should be mentioned in the FAQ/help section https://callrecorder.skvalex.com/info
Thanks, I'll look into this issue again.

I've also found the same issue @l-g
I believe that the best way to handle call waiting scenario would be to create a new file for the call that came through call waiting feature. However, if your phone has a system recorder (crDroid custom ROM in my case) I'm not sure if this can be implemented.
The app needs to be phone dialer to know precise call state. At the moment - the app just knows that there was a second line call, but it doesn't know if it was answered or not, and when the call ended if it was answered.
 
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umby75

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Hi, I'm not an expert.
I've used this app for a year but now I've upgraded my OS to 11 version.
I used ADB command to give permissions and I received the prompt without get response. I installed the 3.4.5 Call Recorder by skvalex version but now at the head I get a yellow band with "Select Android/data folder in a new window to grant the permission".
What I have to do to use the app as first?
 

5tormChild

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I bought Call Recorder a month ago, because I have a few Android 10 devices without the ability to record the other side of the calls. I've used the previous version without any problem, I could install the Magisk module without any hiccup, and even the latest app works without glitches.
Today I've upgraded Magisk (together with the Magisk app itself) to v23.0 - everything worked fine until I've upgraded Call Recorder's Magisk module, which made both of my Android 10 MediaTeK devices unable to boot.
Removing the Magisk modules (adb wait-for-device shell magisk --remove-modules) helped, but that means I just can't use the advanced features of your brilliant Call Recorder...

I've already tried to downgrade Magisk to the previous version, I've tried the previous version of Call Recorder's Magisk module - no matter what I did, but after installing your Magisk module, none of my devices are able to boot (they try to boot, but both display an Android system corruption message after a sudden reboot).

Maybe it's MediaTeK's fault, maybe it's @topjohnwu's fault, but please, help me to be able to continue your app - there are no alternatives, so I badly need @skvalex 's Call Recorder to work! Thanks!
 

skvalex

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Hi, I'm not an expert.
I've used this app for a year but now I've upgraded my OS to 11 version.
I used ADB command to give permissions and I received the prompt without get response. I installed the 3.4.5 Call Recorder by skvalex version but now at the head I get a yellow band with "Select Android/data folder in a new window to grant the permission".
What I have to do to use the app as first?
Click OK, then click blue button "select this folder"
I bought Call Recorder a month ago, because I have a few Android 10 devices without the ability to record the other side of the calls. I've used the previous version without any problem, I could install the Magisk module without any hiccup, and even the latest app works without glitches.
Today I've upgraded Magisk (together with the Magisk app itself) to v23.0 - everything worked fine until I've upgraded Call Recorder's Magisk module, which made both of my Android 10 MediaTeK devices unable to boot.
Removing the Magisk modules (adb wait-for-device shell magisk --remove-modules) helped, but that means I just can't use the advanced features of your brilliant Call Recorder...

I've already tried to downgrade Magisk to the previous version, I've tried the previous version of Call Recorder's Magisk module - no matter what I did, but after installing your Magisk module, none of my devices are able to boot (they try to boot, but both display an Android system corruption message after a sudden reboot).

Maybe it's MediaTeK's fault, maybe it's @topjohnwu's fault, but please, help me to be able to continue your app - there are no alternatives, so I badly need @skvalex 's Call Recorder to work! Thanks!
Can you take the log somehow? BTW, you may try the app without the Magisk module - it should also record both sides
 

5tormChild

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Click OK, then click blue button "select this folder"

Can you take the log somehow? BTW, you may try the app without the Magisk module - it should also record both sides
Thanks for the quick reply!
Yeah, I saw in the manual that if an asterisk is present besides Voice call uplink + downlink in Audio Source, it should work properly, so I've upgraded Magisk to v23.0, I have your app's latest version installed without the dedicated Magisk module, and we'll see.
If it works as I expect - and as it should -, I won't bother you with similar questions, I just wanted to mention that while Magisk was v22.1 and I had your previous Magisk module, everything worked fine.
Again, thanks a lot for your app, and for providing this quick help to us, your fellow users!
Keep up the great work, and stay healthy!
 
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quyenneo

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Dear All,

My name is Quyen, from Vietnam.
Please help me.
I bought this software last year.
When my phone use android 10, this software record well.
But when i upgrade to android 11, all recording files are silent.
I tried other settings but still the same.
My phone: Nokia 8.1
OS version: Android 11
Please help me, thank you very much.
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rodmartin

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Samsung Note 20 Ultra here, brazilian edition, standard ROM, not rooted, running the latest Android 11 / One UI 3.1.
All recorded calls are silent, already checked the majority of the options there - none of it enabled to record the calls with sound.
I remember it was in the past an issue regarding the Android requirements, but I have no idea if this was fixed or bypassed somehow.
Any clues, folks?
 

icevoodoo

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Thanks for the quick reply!
Yeah, I saw in the manual that if an asterisk is present besides Voice call uplink + downlink in Audio Source, it should work properly, so I've upgraded Magisk to v23.0, I have your app's latest version installed without the dedicated Magisk module, and we'll see.
If it works as I expect - and as it should -, I won't bother you with similar questions, I just wanted to mention that while Magisk was v22.1 and I had your previous Magisk module, everything worked fine.
Again, thanks a lot for your app, and for providing this quick help to us, your fellow users!
Keep up the great work, and stay healthy!
So is working ok without magisk module? I have the same problem on my RedmiNote 8 Pro with the latest magisk version and latest version of CallRecorder, my phone won't boot.
 

skvalex

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Thanks for the quick reply!
Yeah, I saw in the manual that if an asterisk is present besides Voice call uplink + downlink in Audio Source, it should work properly, so I've upgraded Magisk to v23.0, I have your app's latest version installed without the dedicated Magisk module, and we'll see.
If it works as I expect - and as it should -, I won't bother you with similar questions, I just wanted to mention that while Magisk was v22.1 and I had your previous Magisk module, everything worked fine.
Again, thanks a lot for your app, and for providing this quick help to us, your fellow users!
Keep up the great work, and stay healthy!
I just released a new Magisk module version. I don't know if the problem still persists as I have zero idea why it caused bootloop for some Mediatek devices. As I couldn't reproduce the problem on my phones (Pixel 2 and S9+).
But can you check it? At least you know how to recover from the bootloop if it'll happen again.
 

skvalex

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When my phone use android 10, this software record well.
But when i upgrade to android 11, all recording files are silent.
I tried other settings but still the same.
My phone: Nokia 8.1
OS version: Android 11
Please help me, thank you very much.
I guess your phone isn't rooted? If so, check if accessibility service Call Recorder (Android 10) is enabled. If yes, then try different audio sources such as Microphone, Voice recognition, Voice communication and others in Settings > Recording > Standard API.
If it still doesn't work, then only root will help.
 

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    I use Skvalex on my OnePlus 9 Pro, together with OnePlus dialer and JTools to be as sure as possible that recording works. Still there seems to be some kind of bug: If the screen goes dark before the call is answered (for example by putting it to your ear too soon) automatic recording won't work. A workaround is to press the record button in the dialer before you move the phone to your ear. I can imagine that this is no Skvalex problem as it uses the system recorder but would it possible for Skvalex to force start recording after all?
    I heard about this issue but as I don't own device by OnePlus I can't experiment with it myself.
    You may try automation apps, like Tasker. Maybe they will allow to keep device awake or something like this. And if it helps, I would able to implement it to the app.

    @skvalex Does this app works on Samsung Galaxy A52 not rooted?
    I don't know. Didn't get any feedback from Galaxy A52 users. Anyway, if this device has Android 9 or higher, then in the best case the app will record sound from the microphone (just your voice). In the worst case - no sound will be recorded at all.
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    What if I root the device? Will it work?
    I can't be sure for 100%, but I think it will work fine with root. Though, you should check firstly if your device allow to change CSC code to the one which supports built-in call recording to use with system recorder method in Call Recorder. As it's usually much easier to change CSC, rather than getting root on Samsung devices. Also, it doesn't void warranty and doesn't tick knox. So Samsung apps will keep working (Secure Folder, S-Pay, S-Health and others), but after getting root - they are broken forever on this phone. Even after unrooting.
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    Ok thanks for your swift response. How do I change CSC code?
    I don't know. That's device specific. So you should check forums related to your device.
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    Hi skvalex, I paid for this app and I used it well on my former phone even with Bluetooth earbuds... Though with root. Now I have a redmi note 9 pro global and I've attempted to use it without root with no success. I'll hear myself and I'll hardly hear the other party. I don't even hear the other party at all when I use my Bluetooth earpiece. Please any solution? Your app is important for daily use.
    As mentioned earlier, you could:
    1. Root the phone and install Magisk Hide and Skvalex module
    2. Install Xiaomi Firmware from a region that has a built-in system recorder. For example, I could install Indonesian Xiaomi firmware on my Poco X3 NFC with a built-in call recorder and then install Skvalex app. This way you don't have to root your phone, ever.

    Either 1 or 2 will require some work. Long term, option 2 is better as you'd have a *stock* Xiaomi Firmware and auto updates would work just fine.

    Blame Google for preventing call recording apps to work properly starting in Android 10 and onwards. 😒
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    Call Recorder - SKVALEX
    version: 3.4.9

    Last update of the app in this post: 24.06.2021

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    Purchase over PayPal/AliPay via website: https://callrecorder.skvalex.com/purchase

    Description:
    Call Recorder - SKVALEX is intended for automatic call recording. The app provides functionality to record both sides on devices with such support. But some devices don't have 2-way call recording support, or have issues with Bluetooth recording.

    Also, the app provides wide functionality to manage recordings:
    - Search recordings
    - Conversion from one format to another (e.g WAV to FLAC/OPUS/MP3/etc.)
    - Adding notes to recorded files
    - In-call control button while call recording: you can easily start/stop recording during a call
    - Enter to the app using password (or fingerprint)
    - Auto clean-up - automatically removes old recordings according to rules set by you. Starred recordings ignored.
    - Exceptions: you may set up phone numbers, contacts or groups for specific actions, like always record or do not
    - Filename template: you can easily change structure of created files
    - Cloud backup support
    - Playback recording over main speaker or handset speaker
    - Access recording from within contact info
    - Call confirm: the app will ask you whether you want to make a call or not
    - After call actions dialog: the app will ask what to do with a recorded call
    - Vibrate on call start/end

    If you want to get option "start recording on answer" work without root, then you'll need to grant READ_LOGS permission to the app via adb:
    Code:
    adb shell pm grant org.skvalex.cr android.permission.READ_LOGS
    Note, that you may need to manually enable logger in engineering menu (or anywhere else where your device manufacturer disabled it). Don't ask questions "how to enable logger" here, you better google it or ask it in forums about your specific device.


    Changelog for the app
    version 1.3:
    - automatically converting from WAV to AMR (experimental features)
    - new tab "Tasks" for converting queue
    - details of recording (long tap)
    - spaces & call type in file name (experimental features -> file name pattern)
    - bug fixes and improvements

    version 1.3.1:
    - bug fixes

    version 1.3.2:
    - New UI for settings
    - LG Nexus 4 support (root is required even for api recording)
    - Possibility to add one "/" to filename pattern
    - Minor improvements

    version 1.3.3:
    - some bugs were fixed
    - HTC EVO 4G LTE support

    version 1.3.4:
    - some bugs were fixed
    - Sony Xperia V support

    version 1.3.5:
    - enhanced stability of recording through ALSA
    - recording in AMR through ALSA (converting goes in real-time)
    - no more clicking on US SGS3
    - fixed bug with seek on AMR files

    version 1.3.6:
    - few bugs were fixed

    version 1.3.7:
    - Motorola RAZR HD support
    - new call confirm dialog
    - bug fixes

    version 1.3.8:
    - Motorola RAZR M support (root is required)
    - HTC One (recording from the top mic, root is required)
    - displaying notes in list
    - edit info about recording (contact name, phone number, file name and note)
    - bug fixes

    version 1.3.9:
    - Sony Xperia T support
    - Translation updates
    - Bug fixes

    version 1.4:
    - Updates contact name while rescanning
    - Tap on the right area (where date and duration) will open dialog with info, long tap will open edit info dialog
    - Creates .nomedia
    - Danish translation
    - Bug fixes

    version 1.4.1:
    - Bug fixes
    - Translation updates

    version 1.4.2:
    - Bug fixes
    - Translation updates

    version 1.4.3:
    - Upload recordings to Dropbox
    - New translations: Latvian and Thai
    - Bug fixes

    version 1.4.4:
    - Bug fixes

    version 1.4.5:
    - Option to upload recording to Dropbox when you it to favorites
    - Bug fixes

    version 1.4.6:
    - problem with delay before call recording on Android 4.3 is fixed now
    - new after-call dialog
    - after-call dialog will ask about each recording (not only about the last recording as it was before)

    version 1.4.7:
    - fixed a problem with after-call dialog on Android 2.x
    - fixed a problem with proximity sensor and audio output (settings->audio player)

    version 1.4.8:
    - added option to context menu - "filter this number"
    - fixed a FC at startup
    - fixed a problem with playback over phone speaker
    - other minor bug fixes

    version 1.4.9:
    - fixed a problem on some devices when screen has been locked by proximity sensor during playback
    - added a progress bar when the app uploads to Dropbox
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5:
    - two-way call recording on Nexus 4 (root and installed patch are required: http://goo.gl/2bg4Yx)
    - the app doesn't ignore calls from the second sim card on phones by HTC
    - minor bug fixes
    version 1.5.1:
    - option for dual sim phones (settings -> debug)
    - fixed a problem with Superuser on Android 4.3.x

    version 1.5.2:
    - Nexus 5 support

    version 1.5.3 beta01:
    - trial period extended

    version 1.5.3 alpha02:
    - new recording method - CAF
    - HTC One support (stock ROM)

    version 1.5.3 alpha03:
    - fixed a bug with incoming calls on HTC One (test it please)
    - added preset for Galaxy S4 Google Edition

    version 1.5.3 alpha04:
    - supports Samsung SM-N9005 Galaxy Note 3 LTE
    - added MP3 for CAF method
    - added volume control for CAF method
    - probably, a bug is fixed when the phone app hangs on Nexus 4 & HTC One (I didn't experience this bug, so I don't know is it really fixed or not, but I hope so)
    - known bug: wrong mp3 duration, don't report it
    P.S. Reboot is recommended after this update

    version 1.5.3 alpha05:
    - improved stability on Nexus 4/HTC One/SGS4 GE (I hope the phone app won't hang anymore)
    - recording on Galaxy Nexus over ALSA should work again (other phones on OMAP chipsets should work as well)
    - minor ui enhancements
    P.S. Reboot is recommended after this update. The first call after reboot may be not recorded

    version 1.5.3 beta06:
    - stability improvements for HTC One
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5.3 beta07:
    - stability improvements for Nexus 4

    version 1.5.3 beta08:
    - fixed FC after reboot on HTC One
    - less silent recordings and less hangs of the phone app on Nexus 4/HTC One
    - ALSA works again on Nexus 4/HTC One
    - voice control for ALSA

    version 1.5.3 beta09:
    - recording on devices with Qualcomm MSM8255 (previous beta versions didn't work)
    - added presets for Moto G/LG G2 D802

    version 1.5.3 beta10:
    - fixed FC after reboot on HTC One
    - CAF should work on SGS4 (Qualcomm based)
    - fixed a bug with duplicates in list

    version 1.5.3 beta11:
    - sample rate setting for standard api (only for WAV)
    - volume control for standard api (only for WAV)
    - merged two options in experimental settings to one called "convert after call"
    - removed mp3 format for CAF recording
    - newly converted mp3 files have no problems with duration anymore

    version 1.5.3 beta13:
    - fixed issue with ALSA recording

    version 1.5.3:
    - fixed issue with CAF recording on Galaxy Nexus

    version 1.5.3:
    - new recording method - CAF (Like ALSA but doesn't require ALSA installation, root required)
    - recording from the line on LG Nexus 4, HTC One, HTC One mini, SGS4 GE, SG Note 3 LTE, Moto G, LG G2 D802, etc.
    - volume control for CAF, ALSA and Standard API (WAV)
    - sample rate for Standard API (WAV)
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5.3.1:
    - fixed an issue with license checking

    version 1.5.3.2:
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5.4:
    - fixed issue with AMR recording on devices based on Qualcomm MSM8255
    - fixed a FC with encryption while entering a text

    version 1.5.5:
    - fixed issues on MSM8255

    version 1.5.6:
    - no limit for slashes in file name pattern
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5.7:
    - added support for HTC One (M8), LG G Flex and Xiaomi MI 3W
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5.8 beta01:
    - added mp3 format for all recording methods

    version 1.5.8 beta02:
    - change password for key
    - require password to open the app
    - the app won't ask password each time you want to listen to encrypted recording if you already entered password before
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5.8 beta03:
    - sample rate setting for caf recording
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5.8 beta04:
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5.8 (compared to 1.5.7):
    - SGS5, Sony Xperia Z2 and HTC Desire V support
    - MP3 recording format for all recording methods
    - change password for a key
    - require password to open the app
    - the app won't ask password each time you want to listen to encrypted recording if you already entered password before
    - sample rate setting for CAF recording method
    - stereo call recording support for CAF method if kernel has such support (only for devices on msm8974)
    - bug fixes

    version 1.5.9:
    - volume control for Tx and Rx channels separately (if device & kernel support stereo recording)
    - bug fixes

    version 1.6:
    - Android L support (SELinux must be in permissive mode)
    - translation updates
    - bug fixes

    version 1.6.1:
    - improved support for HTC One Dual Sim
    - added presets for some devices
    - bug fixes

    version 1.6.1.1:
    - bug fix

    version 1.6.2:
    - added "Send" button to the after-call dialog
    - translation updates
    - improved license check when LuckyPatcher installed

    version 1.6.3:
    - improved support for Android 5.0 (SELinux must be in permissive mode)
    - bug fixes

    version 1.6.4 beta01:
    - bug fixes

    version 1.6.4 beta02:
    - experimental support for Nexus 6
    - bug fixes

    version 1.6.4:
    - support for Nexus 6 and other devices on Qualcomm 805 (root is required)
    - bug fixes

    version 1.6.5:
    - support for HTC Desire X and other devices on Qualcomm 200 (root is required)
    - bug fixes

    version 1.6.6:
    - support for unrooted HTC One (M8) with Lollipop, check out every audio source for Standard API

    version 1.6.7:
    - bug fix for HTC One (m7)

    version 1.6.8:
    - 2-way call recording over Bluetooth on Note 4 with Exynos chipset (root required)

    version 2.0 beta004:
    - dark theme
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0 beta005:
    - added low space warning
    - fixed bug with automatic cleanup

    version 2.0 beta006.01:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0 beta007:
    - 2-way call recording over Bluetooth on Note 4 with Exynos chipset (root required)

    version 2.0 beta008:
    - Galaxy S6 support
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0 beta009:
    - compatibility with SELinux (Use SuperSU in case of problems with other Superuser apps)

    version 2.0:
    - added support for CyanogenMod built-in Superuser
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0.1:
    - fast scroll enabled
    - option to hide all notifications
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0.2:
    - moved play/pause button to the right
    - option to disable autoplay in Settings → Audio player
    - added play button to the context menu in selection mode
    - convert AMR recordings to WAV
    - improved outgoing calls detection
    - fixed an issue with not showing description of filename and time patterns on Lollipop (Settings → Folders and Files)
    - minor ui enhancements
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0.3:
    - changed a way to set time pattern: now it's within filename pattern setting
    - increased a touch area to add star
    - fixed an issue with outgoing calls on some devices
    - fixed a crash on pre-lollipop devices when trying to change filename pattern
    - when recordings are filtered by contact: long press on avatar will show all recordings
    - other minor bug fixes

    version 2.0.4:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0.5:
    - improved support for unrooted HTC One M9 and HTC One M8
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0.6:
    - external storage support for non-rooted lollipop devices
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0.7:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0.8:
    - Google Drive support
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0.8.1:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.0.8.2:
    - fixed an issue with display contact names on some devices

    version 2.0.9:
    - amr files can be encrypted manually
    - minor ui enhancements
    - bug fixes

    version 2.1.0:
    - added option to link to contacts in settings → interface and appearance (the new permissions are required to this feature)
    - Android M Preview 3 support
    - hides screenshot in recent apps if require password is enabled in settings → security
    - fixed an issue with proximity sensor
    - bug fixes

    version 2.1.1:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.1.2:
    - minor bug fixes

    version 2.1.3:
    - fixed issue with getting root on Marshmallow, SuperSU must be at least 2.52

    version 2.1.3.1:
    - fixed crash after a call

    version 2.1.4:
    - option: delete recording after upload in Settings → Cloud
    - option: auto unlock once you entered the correct password without pressing 'OK' in Settings → Security
    - bug fixes

    version 2.1.5:
    - Root module is needed for CAF, ALSA or MSM

    version 2.1.6:
    - Root module is not needed anymore
    - LG Nexus 5X support (root required)

    version 2.1.6.1:
    - Busybox isn't needed anymore

    version 2.1.6.2:
    - Trial period extended only, so it won't be uploaded to the Play Store

    version 2.1.7:
    - new action in exceptions: "add star"
    - button to add star while in-call (see Settings > Interface & Appearance)

    version 2.1.8 beta01:
    - improved calls detection
    - fixed issue with selecting external storage on Marshmallow
    - requires to grant permissions on Marshmallow

    version 2.1.8 beta02:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.1.8 beta03:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.1.8 beta04:
    - fixes answer detection for outgoing calls

    version 2.1.8 beta05:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.1.8 (compared to 2.1.7):
    - improved calls detection
    - fixed issue with selecting external storage on Marshmallow
    - requires to grant permissions on Marshmallow
    - fixes answer detection for outgoing calls
    - bug fixes

    version 2.1.9:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.2.0.1:
    - OneDrive support
    - CAF works on HiSilicon based devices (root required)
    - bug fixes

    version 2.2.0.2:
    - fixed crash on devices with MSM recording method

    version 2.2.0.3:
    - fixed bug with getting root in trial version

    version 2.2.1:
    - added support Sony Xperia Z5 (Use WAV or MP3)

    version 2.2.2 beta01:
    - Auto encryption after a call (Settings → Security)
    - Show phone numbers in the list (Settings → Interface & Appearance)
    - Auto delete uploaded files only (Settings → Folders & Files)
    - Upload when charging (Settings → Cloud)
    - You can use fingerprint scanner instead of typing password to enter the app (but you still need to enter password to encrypt recordings)
    - Bug fixes

    version 2.2.2 beta02:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.2.2 beta03:
    - fixed bug when the app wasn't recorded calls from private numbers on Samsung devices

    version 2.2.2 (compared to 2.2.1):
    - Auto encryption after a call (Settings → Security)
    - Show phone numbers in the list (Settings → Interface & Appearance)
    - Auto delete uploaded files only (Settings → Folders & Files)
    - Upload when charging (Settings → Cloud)
    - You can use fingerprint scanner instead of typing password to enter the app (but you still need to enter password to encrypt recordings)
    - Fixed bug when the app wasn't recorded calls from private numbers on Samsung devices
    - Bug fixes

    version 2.2.3:
    - Box cloud support added
    - Bug fixes

    version 2.2.4:
    - Yandex.Disk support added
    - fixed issue with OneDrive
    - bug fixes

    version 2.2.5:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.2.6:
    - WebDAV support
    - AMR support for devices where only WAV/MP3 work (enable option "don't use amr driver" and select AMR)
    - bug fixes

    version 2.2.7:
    - any format can be encrypted now
    - improved support for Android N
    - bug fixes

    version 2.2.8:
    - allow self-signed certs for WebDAV
    - fixed issue with encryption

    version 2.2.9.1:
    - improved support for external storage on Samsung with Android 6
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.0.1:
    - fixed bug with microphone on rooted Galaxy Note 3 (Exynos)
    - write "label:uploaded" to filter uploaded files to the cloud, "label:!uploaded" for not uploaded.

    version 2.3.1:
    - option "rename all files" in settings > folders & files
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.2:
    - support for Huawei devices with EMUI 4.1
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.3:
    - added Pixel / Pixel XL support (root required)
    - fixed issue with not stopping recording at the end of the call
    - added support for fingerprint scanner in Galaxy S5 / Note 4.
    - option to backup/restore settings
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.4:
    - added support for Galaxy S7 with Nougat
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.5:
    - added support for Galaxy S7 with Nougat
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.6:
    - Nougat support on Huawei (HiSIlicon)
    - FLAC support added
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.7:
    - FLAC converter
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.7.1:
    - fix for -504 error

    version 2.3.7.2:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.8.1:
    - OPUS support
    - optimized work with external storage
    - bug fixes

    version 2.3.9.4:
    - bug fixes

    version 2.4.0:
    - option "Pause playback when screen is switched on by proximity sensor" in Settings → Audio player.
    - 12/24 hour formats supported
    - back button shows "All recordings" screen instead closing the app unless you're on this screen
    - minor UI enhancement of selection mode
    - update of Dropbox API
    - the app now removes empty folders on automatic cleanup
    - bug fix for automatic cleanup when recordings are stored on external storage

    version 2.4.1 alpha02:
    - CAF/ALSA/MSM are audio sources for ROOT method now

    version 2.4.1 alpha06:
    - All root functions moved to another apk - CallRecorderROOT_v.1.0_alpha01.apk (in case of FC - reboot the device)

    version 3.0 beta03:
    - Cut and/or convert recording before sharing
    - Improvements for Oreo
    - Bug fixes

    version 3.0 beta04:
    - Huawei incoming calls issue fixed
    - Better detection of outgoing calls numbers
    - Bug fixes

    version 3.0:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.0.2:
    - Change playback speed
    - Fixed an issue with permission dialog on small screens (buttons were out of screen)
    - Improved WebDAV dialog, now it shows an error message if login fails; small UI improvements
    - Password dialog: long press "enter password" input to paste from clipboard
    - Delete dialog: use long press on starred recordings to delete them
    - Fixed issue with sharing via Samsung Messenger app
    - Other bug fixes

    version 3.0.4:
    - bug fixes
    version 3.0.5:
    - Trash function

    version 3.0.6:
    - system recorder method (more info on Help page)
    - other minor improvements and bug fixes

    version 3.0.7:
    - fixed bug with recording on SD card on pre-Pie devices

    version 3.0.8:
    - improved calls detection for system recorder method (more info about this method on the help page)
    - edit number by clicking avatar for unknown calls and in after-call actions dialog
    - other minor improvements and bug fixes

    version 3.0.9:
    - fixed bug with detection phone numbers

    version 3.1.1:
    - prevents auto-update from the Play Store
    - self-updating mechanism
    - improved playback of stereo recordings
    - bug fixes

    version 3.1.3:
    - fixed WebDAV sync status for non-latin symbols
    - fixed playback speed changing for AMR files made by system recorder
    - encryption now works for .m4a files
    - fixed an issue with inability to rename files
    - improved and optimized self-updating mechanism
    - fixed crashes when "Switch ALSA controls" enabled
    - restart recording when BT connected/disconnected during a call if an option "When BT connected" is "Switch audio source"
    - using stereo by default for Standard API

    version 3.1.5:
    - moved root functions from the add-on: don't forget to grant root-access to the main app after update if you use ROOT-method
    - import files from system recorder (can be used to import recordings from other apps)
    - bug fixes

    version 3.1.7:
    - Option "Skip dial tone if possible" in Settings > Audio player (recordings needs to be made in this version)
    - Help to install system recorder for Huawei with Android 9
    - Device setting moved to ROOT method settings
    - Convert after a call for System Recorder method (Settings > Recording > System Recorder)
    - Converting options in the context menu merged
    - If upload to a cloud fails, the app won't re-try to upload file again
    - If there's a note, the app will add it to the exported data while sharing

    version 3.1.8:
    - unlocks system recorder on OnePlus via ADB (jOnePlus Tools no more required)
    - option "copy to clipboard" in menu by clinging avatar for unknown contacts
    - cloud upload optimization
    - bug fixes
    version 3.1.9:
    - option "play stereo as mono" in settings → audio player
    - exceptions by call type
    - options "action for outgoing/incoming calls" removed as they can now be set via exceptions
    - bug fixes

    version 3.2.0:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.2.1:
    - show notifications improvements
    - option "normalize stereo channels independently" in Settings → Audio Player
    - renaming file name if contact changes
    - bug fixes

    version 3.2.2:
    - Android 10 support (root required)
    - import files from system recorder improved
    - fixed bug when action bar didn't react to touches
    - bug fixes

    version 3.2.3:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.2.4:
    - when this version receive an update, notification will have an option to view the changelog
    - this version will remove old apks from the app's cache
    - fixed an issue with WebDAV

    version 3.2.5:
    - fixed problem with disappearing system recorder on OnePlus devices with Android 10
    - bug fixes
    version 3.2.6:
    - record from the microphone on Android 10 without root

    version 3.2.7:
    - improved import files from system recorder
    - quick actions menu in the navigation drawer
    - fixed issue with downloading updates on Android 4.x
    - bug fixes

    version 3.2.8:
    - improved work with external storage
    - improved file name pattern
    - option to enable rescan folder by pulling down the list in settings → interface & appearance
    - bug fixes

    version 3.2.9:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.3.0:
    - improved "add star" button during a call
    - change max age of trash entries in settings
    - added option to keep starred recordings in confirm deletion dialog
    - speed won't be changed on swipe up gesture
    - bug fixes

    version 3.3.1:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.3.2:
    - option to delete short recordings in Settings → Folders and Files
    - bug fixes
    version 3.3.3:
    - fix for rooted devices with Android 10 (reboot might be needed)
    - fixed issue with decryption
    - other bug fixes

    version 3.3.4:
    - ROOT audio sources (CAF/ALSA/MSM) added to Standard API method. If you use ROOT method, try the same audio source in Standard API method. ROOT method will be removed in the future. Standard API method will be renamed.
    - adaptive icon
    - improved external storage
    - other bug fixes

    version 3.3.5:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.3.6:
    - keep file's last modified attribute after converting if possible
    - support upcoming integration with True Phone
    - bug fixes

    version 3.3.7:
    - Improvements related to audio player
    - Support system default theme
    - Option to ignore VoIP calls in case of conflict (Settings > three dots > Debug)
    - Dragging in-call control button to add a star during a call. Also long click isn't needed for dragging the button anymore.
    - You can now set a sim-card used to make a call in file name pattern
    - Bug fixes and other minor changes

    version 3.3.8:
    - hotfix

    version 3.3.9:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.4.0:
    - many minor optimizations and bug fixes

    version 3.4.1:
    - support system recorder on OnePlus with Android 11 and Huawei with Android 10
    - fixed issues with gaining root on Android 11 and Magisk 21
    - added group to filename pattern (contacts needs to be in one group only)
    - added ability to add exception for hidden (private) numbers
    - bug fixes

    version 3.4.2:
    - bug fixes mostly related to OnePlus system recorder and mp3 playback

    version 3.4.3:
    - fixed issue with opus codec
    - phone numbers are now clickable in the list
    - fixed issue with Magisk 21.2

    version 3.4.3-1:
    - fixed crash on Samsung devices with Android 11

    version 3.4.4:
    - added option to skip silence in Settings → Audio player
    - fixed external storage selection on Android 11
    - fixed option "start recording on answer" on Android 11 with root
    version 3.4.5:
    - system recorder: improved recordings detection for OnePlus devices with Android 11
    - fixed bug with after-call actions dialog
    - fixed hanging notification
    - bug fixes

    version 3.4.5-1:
    - fixed detection of system recorder folder

    version 3.4.6:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.4.7:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.4.8:
    - bug fixes

    version 3.4.9:
    - bug fixes

    Changelog for the add-on

    version 2.0.5:
    - renamed to Call Recorder Add-on as it might work without root for option "start recording on answer" if you grant READ_LOGS permission via adb
    - created Magisk module for easier installation and getting privileged permissions

    version 2.0.6:
    - fixed crash for pre-Pie devices

    version 2.0.7:
    - recording issue fixed on Samsung devices

    version 2.0.8:
    - improved ability to detect answer on outgoing calls
    - fixed bug with recording on Android 9

    version 2.1.0:
    - moved the code for the ROOT method to the main app, so it's removed from the add-on
    - removed self-update mechanism from add-on as the main app can now have it itself
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    Hi
    Today I got the attached email from Google. The app is banned from the Play Store. I sent appeal, waiting a reply from Google. Hope they'll allow to reinstate the app. I think the issue was because of linking to AlsaMixer: https://github.com/skvalex/alsamixer

    If you like to purchase the app, you can do it via the site: https://callrecorder.skvalex.com/purchase?hl=en

    P.S. If Google won't reinstate the app I'll do my best to keep licenses for people who already purchased the app.

    P.P.S. You can install apk from the OP. The app should be able to verify the license.

    EDIT:
    News: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=73033955&postcount=5864
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    Hi Skvalex,

    Let us know if you're still around and if you have any news about reinstating the app in the Google Play.

    Google won't reinstate the app.
    But I still can publish the app to the Play Store as a new one. So I'm working on it now. It gonna be a free trial app + another app to unlock the full version. I'll create an apk which will unlock the full version for people who have already purchased the app. So they won't have to pay for the app again. Also, I have to remove all root functions from the app which gonna be on the Play Store. So another apk with root functions will be on the xda.
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    I hope I release the new version till the end of August. Magisk 13 will also be supported.
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    1. Uploaded beta version to the Play Store today: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.skvalex.cr
    2. I've attached the Unlocker for people who purchased the app on the Play Store before.
    3. I will upload Root module for this version tomorrow. Also, Unlocker from the site won't activate this version. I'll upload the new unlocker tomorrow as well.

    edit: You can now update purchase status in the client area by entering your transaction ID: https://callrecorder.skvalex.com/clientarea and download Unlocker from there.