Thanks for reminding! Please check the attached version. I have added option "Disable call confirm if BT connected" in Settings > Recording. Let me know if it works for you.Quoting my own posts seems a little rude, but I've waited patiently for eight months.
Making calls while driving has become needlessly dangerous. Even when we voice call, without taking our eyes eyes off the road, one still has to confirm each outgoing call by touching the phone screen.
the Call Confirm feature to bits and cannot live without it, but on the other hand it's so cumbersome when on Bluetooth and/or Android Auto. It would be such a relief to have an exception for that scenario.
If you have root, then the app can record phone calls from the phone line itself without the system recorder.
May I ask which option(CAF, ALSA or MSM) is suitable for my device (Oneplus 9 pro with Snapdragon 888 soc)?
Use default Voice call uplink + downlink audio source. There should be a star before it if the app got root privileges
No one has an idea please? I recorded some calls with and without this setting enabled and i see no difference. Trying to set up the app correctly on my new phone.
Unfortunately, the problem lies somewhere deep in proprietary Qualcomm's files, so I don't know a way to fix itHey, so I've used call recorder for a couple of years on a Moto G Power with no issues at all.
Recently I got a Moto G 5g and for some reason call recordings will sometimes sound very distorted. I've called my voicemail back to back and can not figure out why about 50% of my recordings are distorted even though it is the same number with the same volume.
Have you heard of this problem and do you possibly have a solution?
If the app records both sides by just granting root permissions, then no magisk module needed
I assume you are referring to Google Voice working over Wi-Fi or mobile data. In this case the call is not running through the normal voice call audio stream and recording it is almost impossible.
Hi y'all, can someone point out how to deal with no sound recording from other side when using BT headphones?
I have Samsung a52s 5g android 12 and purchased CR app.
I can hear only myself in the recording(probably recorded through BT mic), other person remains silent when using BT device, and I tried every option in "Audio source when BT connected".
Also it seems like there's no built in call recording function in this phone, and root is not an option because all of the Knox shenanigans.
Would really appreciate the solution! Thanks
If you use tasker you can make a simple task at device boot to run the app and after a couple seconds go back to the home screentl;dr - I can't force the app to run at startup on xiaomi phone
Recently I switched from Mi 9 Lite to Redmi 11 Pro 5G; I've configured everything as usual but I saw that the call recorder app doesn't start automatically. If I run it manually, it stays in the background and records the calls but nothing that I did improved that situation.
I've reinstalled/reflashed Magisk (23), reinstalled/reflashed 25 (tried both normal and zygisk), reinstalled the app itself, removed it from Magisk entirely and installed it as normal app, as system app, added every permission imaginable to anything related to the app (main app/addon/license). The only thing with "autostart" button is the "license" apk, not the main one (no idea if it's related, but reinstalling the app didn't change that).
At the moment I'm out of ideas what the heck is happening here and how can I make it start by itself at boot. I've even installed the debug version of Magisk, but the logs are as vague as they were before.
One thing I noticed is that other mods have entries like "something: exec [service.sh]" but the call recorder app doesn't.
Any ideas how I can go deeper the rabbit hole to diagnose that?
I did something similar with aProfiles, so I know how to get around that, but I'm wondering what might've happened that this specific app doesn't start in the background while others do and how to fix that?
adb shell pm grant org.skvalex.cr android.permission.READ_LOGS