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> Nauhoita kaikki puhelut heidän kanssa ja kerro että et enää siedä lyömistä tai muuta sairasta kohtelua.
Tämä, lataa äppi puhelimeen, mikä nauhoittaa kaikki puhelut, esim. Automatic Call Recorder Androidille.
piggyback, Check State Laws before recording phone calls to see if you are in a one or two party state but OP if you are on Android I recommend ACR. It has worked great for me.
This is what I use. I have my own legal matters, so I'm recording calls through my phone.
Make sure the state that you're in has one party consent statue.
Also document everything.
And depending on legality in your state, install and use Call Recorder - ACR. If you are unsure of the laws, just start every call off with her with "this call is being recorded."
And if reasonable, don't talk to her in person without someone else as a witness.
Way to record your calls. I have an Android app that auto-records any call that I make or receive. After each call I get the option to save the recording. It's rare that I need to save them, but it's good to have the option.
EDIT For everyone asking, the app is Call Recorder - ACR
Smells like a scam to ride on good a reputation of another app. This one has ~50K installs.
The original and good "ACR" with +10M installs is at
and it usually costs $2/2€, over 100K bought
This works great for phone calls... Automatically records call and you can set it to ask you if you want to save it when the call is done. No root needed
Call Recorder - ACR
You can still love your job, but you may have to love your job with another company or with your own rig. If they're treating you like shit just be sure to document everything. EVERYTHING. I suggest you get a call recording app as well. I use ACR and it actually saved my ass on Monday when a repo company called my boss and outright lied about my phone interactions with them. NY is a single party consent state, and FWIK in a 30 second google search it's the same in Canada. That means as long as you know that you are recording the call then you don't have to tell them that they are on a recorded line. Best $3 I ever spent.
Stay strong. The world is full of assholes.
Protip Android-käyttäjille: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nll.acr&hl=en
Kerran vasta tullut tarpeen oikeasti, kun piti todistaa että asiakaspalvelija lupasi jotain mitä väitti ettei ollut luvannut.
Muutoin tarkistellut pariin otteeseen puhelulogista, että millon se vitun autohuolto nyt oikeasti oli, kun en jaksanut heti lisätä kalenteriin. :D
ACR pro has been solid for years for me. Samsung S7 Android 7.0. Recording while muted works fine with automatic settings version a in my phone. [link]
This is what I use for Android:
Works just the way you'd think it works. After every call, it pops up and asks if you want to save that call. They're all replayable from the app and as plain .wav audio files. You can set up whitelists or blacklists, and change the prompt and default save settings, and add notes to existing recordings for filing.
Why go to all that effort and miss the most important part? Record your calls to mp3. This app syncs with dropbox/Google drive and works awesome.
Automatic Call Recorder for Android
I have this on my phone and honestly I don't know how I ever lived without it. No more scribbling down addresses on coffee cups at 60 mph while buddy yells thru your Bluetooth. Never wish I hadn't deleted a voicemail. Always know the customer service rep I was dealing with last times name. Wish I'd had it 5 years ago, might have saved me $5000 when a subtrade fucked up and I only had a verbal contract.
I live in a one party consent jurisdiction. Only I need to know how the call is being recorded. Your mileage may vary, ask your lawyer.
Also must toggle off when handing the phone to someone who doesn't know it records (or tell them, I just say its a work thing).
Protection from a false rape beef? That's just icing on the cake.
Call Recorder for android, lets you save every incoming and outgoing phone call and even syncs with your cloud ( google drive, dropbox, etc )
It's saved my ass so many times... women forget that we can record their craziness and when the cops hear some chick screaming "I WILL FUCKING KILL YOU" over and over on a message they leave you alone.
Do you have an Android phone? If sothis software is excellent I use it for work conference calls (and others) regularly and it doesn't make massive files like when you record high quality audio with a phone recorder, but is crystal clear and excellent quality.
This is the website for it which describes thee functionality better.
I would suggest you record conversations with his mum and then if you guys are still doing therapy, ask if he minds you playing conversations with his mum, which shows how she really treats you (while in session).
If he says no, the therapist will ask why he doesn't want to hear what his mother said.
you should realise he will likely tell her immediately that you are recording the calls, so check the legality of it where you are. If it's a two party consent state, I'd be careful as you've already made recordings and she would likely try and take legal action once you are officially over (if it does get to that).
If it is one party consent, record everything with any of them. If it's a two party consent state after the reveal to the therapist, just state you're recording the phone calls as soon as she gets on. If she says no, say if she continues to talk it's with the knowledge and implied consent that it's being recorded.
>This Sub has burned into my brain to get all the dumb instructions and commands via email for evidence before you maliciously comply.
Exactly the reason I installed Call Recorder - ACR on my Android phone. Every single call is automatically recorded.
All phone call audio is bad--there's no way around it. But Call Recorder-ACR works well for me when I have to go that route. I will do whatever I can to convince the guest not to do the interview by phone. I tell them that I want them to sound as good as they can -- and that I can help them sound that way. If I talk them into not calling, I usually send them a link to Cleanfeed session that I've set up for them that records us both on separate tracks. It's free, sounds good on both ends and easy to set up. (They do have a new paid option).
Whatever, you do, make sure your own voice is recorded with top-notch audio quality, even if you have to record them over the phone. Most listeners will tolerate a crappy phone call, as long as the host sounds really, really good.
For anyone who has the same question but has an Android, I use an app called ACR and it works great. No root required and automatic cloud backups—love it.
For voice calls, look at ACR [link] (happy user, not affiliated). It has a feature to automatically record calls from specific contacts (might be a paid/pro feature).
Can't suggest anything for Facebook Messenger - maybe ask on /r/androidapps?
Confermo quanto detto dagli altri: le tue chiamate le puoi registrare e valgono come prove in tribunale. Ma bisogna stare attenti alla pubblicazione o divulgazione che di solito richiede il consenso.
In particolare se hai un app per registrare tutte le telefonate sul cellulare (consiglio ACR) e impresti il telefono a qualcuno devi avvisarlo che la telefonata sarà registrata (almeno uno dei due interlocutori deve esserne a conoscenza, non per forza entrambi). Oppure disabiliti l'app per la chiamata. Oppure se qualcuno te lo chiede non glielo dai "per la privacy". Non puoi installare l'app su telefoni altri a loro insaputa. Nemmeno ai tuoi figli.
Questo vale in Italia.
I'm using ACR from the developer NLL. It's works the best from my experience and records on the system level if the device supports it.
Nexus and HTC devices seem to block it, but with many Samsung and Sony phones it works really great. I've been using it on a S4 and S6 so far.
Go onto the Google Play Store and download an app called ACR- Another Call Recorder and activate it and once you make a call to the voicemail, the call recorder will begin to record, after you play the voicemail, hang up the call and go into your file explorer in your phone and find the ACR folder and you'll see the file of the recording, extract that to a PC or back up the file. if you have any questions, please reply , i am going to link you the app you need to download. it has directions on how to use it once you launch the app
Here is the link to download the free app
I don't watch CNN, but apparently it was just confirmed live on air a couple hours ago that this was a recorded interview.
This is according to Vaughn Sterling, CNN's supervising producer. [link]
Just reading the number of quotes and the context, it would be hard to capture all of it without a recording device unless he used shorthand--western journalists aren't typically trained in shorthand.
In terms of how, it could be simply placing a recorder to the mic. It could also just be an app on his phone. He's within his right to record the call in the state of New York without notifying the Scaramucci. One app that works well and is free would be ACR, but there are others.
Sem querer ser condescendente mas já sendo, imagino que você consiga distinguir a diferença entre uma acusação que não pode ser comprovada e uma acusação evidentemente falsa e maliciosa.
Por isso que é importante gravar conversas com suas peguetes e ex-namoradas loucas, amiguinhos.
Does this app automatically record calls? My father has a hard time remembering things and wants a call recorder app that will automatically record all his phone calls.
This app works for some phones but not Nexus devices.
ACR is good enough for you to not need a watch. It does everything in background, including syncing to the cloud of your choice. Highly customizable. One of the first apps I install on a fresh setup. It may require some time to set up the recording format before use, but for most stock ROMs the built-in wizard is just fine.
You have to download an app to record calls. The one I use is ACR. Here's the link for the one I use [link]
Just make sure any app you download works on your phone before you pay for it.
Tip for others: Record the phone call.
I use this every time I intend on making a financial transaction over the phone. I suggest that you use it.
Oddly enough it came into good use a few months ago when a debt collector lost his shit on me and it ended up getting my $2,000 debt (that was only 3 months behind) taken completely off of my credit history.
[link] is working great on my lg g4 with marshmallow. No root. I'm using Verizon version.
In the main menu, the second option helps adjust settings so recording works. It even works when using Bluetooth headset. Great cloud backup options too!
I'm using ACR and it works great. I was a big fan of Auto Call Recorder, but it ceased to work. Boldbeast also works, but at 10$, the pro license is obscenely expensive.
> Teach me your ways.
Some of the best advice I can give you is record all of your calls. Nobody can put words into your mouth and you will have a record of everything said when dealing with Comcast (or any company or person, really). This is the app that I use. It is the only one I have tried that is reliable, easy to use/setup, and has good support. I got the pro version so I could sync all my recordings to OneDrive automatically. If you're wondering what settings to use I use these settings. OGG (Vorbis) provides a good balance between quality (it is a phone call after all. It doesn't need to sound great but you don't want it to sound worse) and file size. Make sure recording a call without all parties consenting to be recorded is legal where you are, though.
I'm not going to comment about why you want it.. but this is a good call recording app
Call Recorder - ACR works great on my S8+ on Oreo (Snapdragon, T-Mobile if that counts for anything). Premium is well worth it, single purchase not a monthly charge or having to buy minutes to record via 3 way call. Calls are stored locally on the phone, and premium lets you upload to google drive, dropbox etc.
Ik heb een S7 edge en gebruik zelf deze app. Ik denk dat ie het doet, maar ik heb nog nooit geprobeerd of mijn kant van het gesprek ook wordt opgenomen :P
Toen ik voor het laatst heb gezocht naar iOS-apps, waren die er niet. Maar dat is al een tijdje geleden, dus misschien kan het nu wel. Mocht het uiteindelijk niet lukken, dan kun je altijd je telefoon op speaker zetten en met een camera (of een andere telefoon) filmen.
I use this:
Really well done app. You don't need pro but it's worth paying for if you record every call as it allows you to upload your call recordings to any cloud storage you like. You might want to make sure that the drive is encrypted and has 2fa on it to be safe. Last thing you want is an architect of your phone calls getting into the wrong hands.
Like u/deadsoldier /u/Spiritaker and /u/Randy_marsh- I also now record all my calls to most businesses---anything that might require evidencing that you spoke to someone about it.
I've used ACR Call Recorder (free version) and it's worked just fine. It automatically records both sides of your calls and puts up a little taskbar notification when recording.
Regarding the phone call, Canada is a single party consent country when it comes to recording calls (as long as you are recording a conversation you are in) so you can use this app to record them. If you think you'll be interacting with him again via the phone I would suggest it.
I have tried several and most of them do work perfectly so I started searching for the cheapest one that worked on my Pixel 2 and it turned out to be Call Recorder - ACR
Google Play Store: [link]
Just to add to the excellent advice that has already been posted, you should assume that all communications going forward are on the record. Luckily you are in NC, a one-party consent state, and can use this to your advantage. There are many call recording apps available, something that could very much come into play in future court proceedings. Also consider backing up text messages, and any other communications you exchange.
Note: I don't work for either of the apps I linked but they've helped out in situations that would have otherwise ended up posted on here.
Telling them they are being recorded is an express trip up the ladder. I called Comcast, and when the guy told me I was being recorded I told him so was he. He couldn't get off the phone quick enough, and told me he wasn't allowed to say anything else and would have to transfer me to management. I got my payment waaaaaaay lowered, free HBO, Free Starz/Encore, and all for just saying I was recording them. I highly recommend ACR
I use this, it's pretty good: [link]
It's free but, You pay if you want to disable analytics and enable auto cloud upload. But you can do it for free if you just set the saved audio folder to your Google drive folder or use cryptomator (in alpha but works well and has the benefit if encrypting again fir added protection).
Install this app on your phone and call him to clarify the situation. Make sure to be perfectly clear that you never hired him, that you don't want his representation.
You can also call the barreau to file a complaint against him.
>Despite me telling him that, he went in court with me and had my trial postponed
>once I was inside the court, the lawyer from the first time appeared and had the trial postponed once again
Why did you let him do that ? If you didn't allow him to represent you, you need to tell him to gtfo next time.
Apparently it's not compatible with the GS6. That's okay though. I use Call Recorder - ACR. You might find the Pro features useful but it works well enough without them (really only useful if you want to automatically backup the recordings to cloud storage).
ACR no doubt. Has dropbox and google drive support, among other cloud options. You have to get the license to use cloud saving, cheaper than most burgers. Worth it in my opinion.
If it's any help it's said this works on S8 to record calls...
I personally use Call Recorder by Skvalex but it's recently been pulled off Play Store for alleged violation of TOS or something.
I can attest this(Call Recorder by Skvalex) works on my Verizon S8+ without root. Not sure exactly how to buy now as not in Play store. If it's important to you all the info is in that thread though. �� Only downside is you can't set it to record call on answer but not a big deal really with all the other options.
I've found this automatic call recorder very handy. It's super simple and stays out of the way. Also, it copies the recordings to the cloud, so you can pick them up on a tablet or PC:
> I use ACR for automatic call recording on my KLTE.
Also: Device and feature requests are not allowed here.
I use ACR and have found it to work perfectly, I also have the Pro version which auto uploads to my cloud backup of choice, Drive, see if that works any better for you
Reminder that its perfectly legal to record your phone calls in NZ (and any other conversation that you are a party to)
Heres what I use: [link]
Initially installed it after a crash with a crackhead who liked to make threats. Founds its damn useful for when I've made appointments and forgotten when they were/other details/etc.
A further admission that they owe you and aren't paying up would be helpful to your case. Might not even have to go to court, just phone the person you dealt with, and email the recording to accounts (though, don't expect them to give up anything else on the phone after that)
I thought it wasn't possible historically (a lot of the older apps required you to turn on speakerphone), but ACR seems to be doing the trick (although the audio quality isn't the best).
This is why I use ACR call recorder to record every phone call I make or receive and have it automatically upload to my Google drive account. It's saved my ass on multiple occasions.
Some nice CSC tweaks linked there, gonna have to try them out. Anyone know how the native call recording works, currently using ACR for that and wonder how it compares.
"This call is being recorded. The person you are looking for is dead. I can mail you a death certificate if you like."
Followed by, "No, I am not going to pay their debt," after they start trying to collect from you. You don't owe them your time, so don't be afraid to hang up.
I recommend setting up a call recording app on your phone. I use ACR. It is excellent and I highly recommend getting the paid version. Do a few test runs with a friend to make sure you have it set up in a way that works. Bear in mind that Washington is a 2-party consent state, and you are legally required to announce that you are recording. In practice, this means that if you forget to announce you are recording, you should probably just keep the recording a secret.
> New version of Android has disabled call recording
Sorry, can you elaborate? What app are you using for the call recording (or is this a built-in Android app?). I'm currently using ACR Call Recorder and it seems to work fine on Android 8.1.0. I've not updated to Android 9, so it would be good if you could confirm for me whether the functionality is disabled on 9.
Edit: Damn, I found the answer. No third-party call recorders work on Android 9. Looks like I'm not going to upgrade for a while, or at least until I root the phone.
ACR records locally, but also syncs to the cloud. Would that work? The app itself is great for recording calls, and they update it when the OS changes. For example, it was working, then one day it would only record the other caller. In about a week they had an update that fixed it so both callers were being recorded again.
In ACR, go to the menu and look for the item "Recording issue?" (it's second from the top on my version. This should help to figure out which input should be used (there are like 8-12).
Also, there are multiple different programs that claim to be ACR. This is the one I use:
I had telephobia too.What cured me ? First, download app to record calls.That's how after call you can replay everything and gain needed information.Second, talk with someone about this.Mother ,boyfriend etc. I'm sure they will help you if you just ask them about training phone conversation.Thanks to my boyfriend now we talk even 50 min ! Not scared or stressed anymore.Even with others people and numbers I don't know.Good luck :-)
Try acr. It worked for me. Makes an mp3 of the call. If you need extra help message me on reddit and I will get back to you within a couple days
ACR does it very well.
A red record button appears when you make/receive a call. Press it and it starts recording. Alternatively set it to auto-record.
ACR can do this. If you are having trouble recording, make sure you are using cell service and not data/VOIP—some call recording apps don't work well with it.
If you're on Android, ACR is pretty fantastic. At least in my experience. If you're on iPhone, you're pretty much SOL, due to Apple's severe limitations on what apps can do on your phone. While this is done for security, it definitely cuts down on the functionality of many iPhone apps when compared to their Android equivalents. Windows Phones have a few options available to them, and look like they aren't as locked down as iPhone, but I have no concrete information on this.
One alternative I've seen is using Google Voice to record calls, since it has this feature built in. Although, it will play an automated announcement whenever recording is initiated to satisfy all-party consent laws.
no mate - not at all...
hear me out: I don't think anyone ever "plans" to have their life threatened :/
It's like having a dash-cam. (i.e., you really never know when you are going to wish you had something on record)
...even if the FBI calls you again... it's always good to have records of the good guys, too.
for what it's worth, i use this (for android -- probably something similar for iphone):
it basically records the call (no beeps) and asks if you want to keep the record at the end of each call.
free. works great. very easy to use.
/call me paranoid ? :P cheers and fyi
ps. thank you for taking the time to do this AMA
pps. and thank you for all that you have done to inspire <strong>#pizzagate</strong> awareness & discussion.
A lot of recorder apps have settings/options that allow you to choose HOW to start recording, like making a widget so it's one tap on your home page, or even shaking the phone to start recording.
I'd do a search for <operating system> recording apps, check out a recent Top Ten list, and then review the first three or so to see what options they have to start recording.
I checked a couple of recorder apps I have installed (OS: Android):
Call Recorder - ACR has a few options including "Shake to record", and based on the installs is one of the more popular apps.
I also have Boldbeast Call Recorder installed. It has a lot of settings, that I haven't gotten in to, so am not sure what options are available, but it's got pretty good ratings.
We would like to inform our users that there will be no call recording workaround on Android 9 and above. No call 3rd party recording app such as ACR will be able to do so.
Please note that this only applies to Android 9. You can download ACR from [link] if you are still using Android 5, 6, 7 or 8.
However, it may be possible to record from the internal spaker with some clarity on some phones such as Huawei or Pixel phones. See "Best possible solutions in the meantime?" section below
That's from ACR. Android removed call recording all together from it's software. Looks like I'm rooting my 3xl
Apps. I've used ACR for a couple years and it works well.
Unless you intend to tell the other party they are being recorded on every call, make sure you live in a state where one-party recording is legal.
Android app records all calls I make. including voice mails (if i listen to them in their entirety)
ACR Call Recorder With a rooter phone, it works perfectly
I use ACR on my Oneplus One, works every time.
Pro version will sync the calls to Google Drive. I just use Autosync to do that for me and keep the free version. All calls recorded and sent to all my PCs for easy access.
They INSULTED you? Holy cow.
I would highly recommend recording your calls moving forward. I use ACR, a free call recorder.
Anything a representative of Bell tells you by phone is legally-binding, even if another agent says otherwise. It'll be a lot easier to get your point across if you have a recording of your exchanges.
For instance: John Mc.Johnville tells you you're going to get reimbursed. After two months, you realize Bell still hasn't refunded you. You call them, and Mr. Paul Managerman tells you John wasn't authorized to make such a promise and they can't fulfill it. Well, too bad Paul. John, a representative of your company said it, and you are legally-bound to abide by it.
I bring this up because I had some pretty serious issues with Sears last year and was forced to record my calls to protect myself and force them to respect their agreement. It took 9 months and an email to all the CEOs and chairs of Sears, but eventually, I got my money back.
For legal purposes, if you record calls, you must:
Inform the person they are being recorded.
Tell the person why they are being recorded.
Offer a non-phone alternative, IF they refuse to be recorded.
Basically, once they pick up the phone, just say: "Hi, please note that this call is being recorded for documentation purposes."
That's all. If they refuse, offer to communicate by email. The important thing is to have a paper/audio trail.
Are you referring to Another Call Recorder? [link]
I had the same problem and got the same response from a the dev.
Automatic Call Recorder works on my Pixel.
I recorded my Ndad all the time and my Nbro once, my Ndad in person and my Nbro over the phone. It is illegal in my state, yes, but I do not plan on using the recordings for any legal matters.
I use ACR to record calls and my phone's built-in recording app to record my Ndad. I only recorded my Nbro because I knew he was going to milk my Grandma dying, and he did. He said, and I quote, "so apparently mom is getting a bunch of money from grandma's will, but we're not getting any of it." That was the day I went NC with his entitled, selfish ass.
I recorded my NDad all the time because I could. He was giving me rides to work every day and his favorite place to trap me to talk at me and complain/bitch about everything under the sun was the car. I've got some great stuff on record.
I document stuff just to say that I have proof of x, y, and z while he says a, b, c, which are all lies. Like I said, I don't plan on using them legally. Knowing I have double backed up recordings of him and his Narc tendencies gives me peace of mind. Gives me the proof that I am not crazy, dreaming, or "taking stuff out of context." Gives me the ammo, and I just patiently wait for his sisters or his gold digger wife to come up to me and say "prove it." Because I can, and I certainly will.
Of course, that will never happen. Flying Monkeys are quick to believe one story and too lazy/too stubborn to seek out the others. But it's there, just waiting. In my possession.
My only regret is not recording when my Nmom said to me, about me stashing my Ndad's money that he gave me in my safe, "feel free to give it to me! I think I deserve it for all the crap he put me through!"
Give Automatic Call Recorder a shot. I have not used it on Project Fi, but it always worked great with regular service to record both sides of the call clearly. The only thing it won't record is Bluetooth calls.
Free to try, so it's worth at least testing with Fi.
Apparently doesn't work properly with Nexus and Pixel phones. If you have those, you need to use speakerphone so the app can pick up the audio through the speaker instead of through the phone itself.
> Nexus and Pixel phones do not support call recording (except Pixel 2 5.7inch). This will be same with all call recording apps and there is nothing we can do to fix it. You need to set recording format to 3GP, audio source to MIC under ACR settings and enable loud speaker while on a call
It seems that your comment contains 1 or more links that are hard to tap for mobile users.
I will extend those so they're easier for our sausage fingers to click!
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Take a look at this one. Took about 5 seconds to find after a google search for "call recorder android". I'm running it just fine on a nexus 5 with 7.0 rom. Not sure how "extensive" your search was
It isn't illegal to lie to someone to get them to admit something. Cops do it all the time.
Record the phone conversation. Texas is a single party consent state. That means, if you are part of the conversation, you can record the audio without letting anyone else know. On Android, I've had good experience with ACR, and have used it quite a bit (I used it when my mortgage company had messed up my mortgage and were trying to worm their way out of fixing it). No clue what to use on iPhone.
For texts, just make sure they don't accidentally get deleted.
ACR. Works on pretty much every phone I have owned.
>Inbuilt call recording
ACR has a better interface and sound quality as well as supports backing to a custom cloud storage.
>Double-tap to unlock
That is in many devices (Pixel, OnePlus, LG, Sony, etc.) and I think it is hardware based. So it's likely that A1's hardware doesn't have the necessary hardware.
>Screen off toggle on my quickball
True. There are 3rd party apps who can do a lot of it, but I assume in-built setting is more useful.
>Swipe down on home screen to bring down the notification bar
That depends on the Launcher, and that can be done on some stock & 3rd party (Action, Evie, LawnChair, Nova, etc.) launchers.
>Copy OTP button from SMSs
Very nice. But the article claims you have to write them down or memorize them, when you can just copy them. The only thing MIUI messaging app makes better is that you don't have to select it in some messages.
Even the finished MIUI ROMs were behind non-MIUI ROMs, and it lacked some basic stock features. Sometimes Xiaomi ported stock features but implemented differently through their MIUI. Some didn't work so well.
If you're on Android, there are some still quality options. But you're going to pay for them. Not a lot, but some.
The solution I use (for much the same reason u/Gambatte does) is NLL's ACR (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nll.acr). The free one is only good for a week or so to test it, but it does work. I bought the Pro license (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nll.acr.license) for a few dollars and have it set to record nearly all calls. It also automatically uploads the recordings to a cloud service of my choice (I use DropBox, but Google Drive, OneDrive, WebDAV, FTP and even email are all options).
EDIT: Tagging u/internetbob so he sees my reply, too.
to not be mistaken with the best one [link]
I like ACR
Actually "Another Call Recorder", but there has to be apps for iPhones too
Are you in a one-party consent state, or an all-part consent state, for recording (phone) conversations?
I like Call Recorder - ACR, but there are many functionally equivalent apps. You can whitelist (always record), or blacklist (never record) certain contacts.
I'd give a call to the local PD (non-emergency) in the morning before the other person wakes up from their hangover. "It might be nothing because she was drunk, but my estranged family member called me late last night and said that she would call the police, to make false accusations against me to have me falsely arrested. I think she is having an extreme reaction to the Las Vegas shooting, and might decide to act upon this."
I use Automatic Call Recorder (ACR)
If you pay for the pro version you can have it automatically back up every call you make to the cloud
This is the one I use and I like it. The Pro version is totally worth it, too.
Use ACR. It's legit and works really well.
I highly recommend ACR if you have an Android phone.
Installe ça sur ton téléphone :
Ça enregistre l'audio des appels, très pratique pour prouver qu'on nous a dit quelque chose.
ACR call recorder
I use ACR Call Recorder (Pro version), but I'm pretty sure it's only available on Android phones. [link]
I've long used and would recommend this one:
IMHO worth it to get the full version.
Try ACR. Worked well for the short time I used it.
If it's legal in your state and you have android; please? For next time?
My brother says he uses this app. I've never tried it on my nexus, but it should work for you.
Itse olen käyttänyt ACR-nimistä sovellusta.
Been using this ever since it came out. No complaints.
For those of us using the regular phone like mere peasants:
Call Recorder - ACR: [link]
Not to divert - what app?
EDIT (one of the many apps) - [link]
I prefer this one.
I like another call recorder better
Assuming you have a smartphone, you can get a call recorder and just record the voicemail. I use ACR.
Been using ACR since I got my phone and it works great, only WIFI call recording doesn't work which sounds like an Android wide problem.
I downloaded ACR after this debacle.
I use the premium version of the ACR - Call Recorder app for this. It works great, as does the free version (linked here):
This should work [link]
It's this one. I use the pro version now but was using the free one previously and it worked just as well.
Android has ACR with a pay license. I recommend purchasing the license.. it's only a couple bucks and adds some great features.
Tried a few. Best features and reliability I've found goes to Call Recorder ACR by NLL .
I have used this and it worked perfectly.
ACR is the most full featured one that I've come across.
Skype beta just launched with call recording built in: [link]
As far as third party apps. Android P is stopping them. ([link])
But if you're on an older version of android this may work for you:
This is what I use: [link]
Also using ACR and it works great - even without root.
ACR by NLL.
I've a feeling ACR is still going to be superior
I found this last week and it seems to work decently so far:
I've used all three of these at one point or another:
ACR is basically a free app, but it has ads and a few premium features that require the $3.99USD license version to remedy.
RMC is completely 100% free in every way IIRC. Please correct me if I'm wrong about that.
The one by Boldbeast Software is a little less user-friendly, but it seems to have a bit of capability/compatibility that I haven't seen in competitors, and it's the only one that comes close to working perfectly for my 6P. This one also has premium features requiring the paid version to unlock.
If I've used any others over the years, (I'm sure I have) I simply don't remember them. It's been too long and my memory is garbage. Hope one of these helps you, but if not, just try apps yourself until you find one that works for you.
Yes. The app ACR does it. [link]
Call Recorder ACR works great and is free ($2.99 pro upgrade very worth it to me)
That's for Android, not iOS. However this one is much better, I bought the pro version and it's fantastic.
ACR works great on my S5. Have you tried that?
this is the one I have used for about 3 years. It's great! The license is on sale I think. I can't check because I already bought it ��
ACR - record your phone calls automatically (both sides)
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Or this [link]
Maybe you could try using a phone app like ACR to record the phonecall then send the file to your PC.
Info for Call Recorder License - ACR:
Current price (USD): $1.99 was $3.99
Size: Not given
Last updated: January 30, 2018
Contains IAPs: No
Contains Ads: No
Short description: This license key removes adverts from ACR Call Recorder ( [link] ) and gives access to PREMIUM features such as- Ability to record by contact- Ability to start recording in the middle of conversation via manual recording setting- Dropbox integration- Google drive integration- Auto email- Auto delete short recordingsand more ..This app is ONLY USED...
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Since you didn't link it... [link]
try this app
I been using this one for about a year and i love it.
Tämä toimii yhteen Nokia 6 (2017) luurin kanssa, nauhoitus onnistuu linjasta ja soittajan ja vastaajan ääni on selkeä.
Recomiendo fuertemente esta aplicación [link]
I use ACR by NLL, which supports automatically uploading the recordings to Google Drive once you connect to WiFi: [link]
If you have android, this works really well: [link]
This one also works very well for me on 2XL
That's what I've been using and found it works great plus direct upload after call to cloud.
Don't know about the native feature, but I've used this for years:
It may help to have this installed considering you're in a one party state. [link]
Sorry about your friend
I believe this works without root - [link]
Sorry didn't realize there was more than one.
That's the one I'm talking about
Current price (USD): $0.99 was $3.99
Installs: 100,000 - 500,000
Last updated: October 20, 2017
Contains IAPs: No
Short description: This license key removes adverts from ACR Call Recorder ( [link] ) and gives access to PREMIUM features such as- Ability to record by contact- Ability to start recording in the middle of conversation via manual recording setting- Dropbox integration- Google drive integration- Auto email- Auto delete short recordingsand more ..This app is ONLY USED...
Try ACR - Call Recorder
May have to figit with the settings.
Try ACR [link]
Works like a charm.
This one works without root on my dad's stock Galaxy s8+
Sorry, looks like we're on different platforms.
Many. But I'm specifically referring to this one...
I have the S8 Plus (SD835) and ACR has been working fine for me.
Edit: I'm using this other app called ACR.
I'm using ACR.
I use ACR for automatic call recording on my KLTE.
This ACR? There seem to be several in the store
This is the one I've using for a while.
ACR by NULL
I use "ACR call recorder" and it works very well.
Sorry, never noticed that feature but I can recommend this: [link]
obviously not OP, but ACR might be what you're looking for.
read up on your state's laws regarding call recording first, though.
I use this one, very cool... all call recorder
I use this Call Recorder app for Android. It works very well for everything except bluetooth.
Android users can use apps like "Call Recorder - ACR": [link].
Your phone will automatically record every call you receive.
Its a framework for apps to run on, you ca also try this: [link]
There is an app called ACR that works okay. Sometimes you have to use speaker phone for it to work properly.
This is a really solid app for recording calls.
This is what I use on Android. I especially use it when I have to call Comcast... Works like a charm on my nexus 5.
I have been using this one.
It records my every phone call in/out and saves it to dropbox.
This is what I use.
Here you go.
Records all calls coming and going automatically (unless otherwise specified)
Download this if you have an android phone to record her calls. It works great.
I've used this one before [link]
Install ACR - Another Call Recorder on your mobile, test that it works a couple of times, then give ParcelForce a call & ask them to recap everything so you can make sure you have the facts right before contacting the seller. Then contact the police.
I understand, though not a lawyer, that recording calls in general is OKay if for personal use (i.e. not for selling to the media)
Hi /u/lukedotv and /u/westhejx , thanks for this. Let me ask the same questions I posted in another thread. Please could you try the following two apps on your unrooted Nexus 5X:
Does it return an error upon launch?
Then, go to 'Settings' > 'Security' > set 'Unknown sources' to ON.
(via [link] / [link] )
Uninstall the app.
Go to 'Settings' > 'About phone'
What are the 'Baseband version', 'Kernel version' and 'Build number'?
/u/northnexusbestnexus / /u/NGU-Ben , thanks for hosting this. Please could you try the following two apps on your unrooted Nexus 5X: