How to Record Calls in Galaxy S Phone

XDA-Developers have developed the reputation of working very hard to improve the community and have been instrumental in creating new and improved updates. Working together as a team, XDA-Developers have always worked together to make a difference with the help and guidance of fellow XDA-Developers.

The latest innovation was created by a member called antsm. He has made modifications to the Phone.apk. The modification that he has come up with will now enable Galaxy S I9000 users to automatically record calls. With the help of fellow XDA member Dark3n the phone has an application that will enable users to control the new feature of being able to automatically record calls. This change too has been made to the Phone.apk.

Collectively, XDA-Developers have provided an application that helps users to keep track of calls, while allowing them the freedom to use or not use the new feature.

Features include:

  • Automatic call recording for incoming/outgoing calls
  • Added template system for flexible naming of records. No boring VoiceRecord001.amr anymore (see /sdcard/.rec_template file for template and more info).
  • Disabled stop recording on some actions related to multi-line calling (i.e Hold, Conference mode, etc)
  • Disabled stop recording when Dialer minimized to background

[via – XDA Developers]

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