Automatic call recording can be done using a call recording app. The app typically works by intercepting the audio from the microphone and speaker of the phone during a call, and recording it in a digital audio file format.
When a call comes in, the app will automatically start recording the call, and save it as a file on the phone’s storage. Some apps may also allow you to set certain parameters for recording, such as recording only specific contacts or setting a maximum recording duration.
To use an automatic call recording app, you’ll need to download and install it on your phone. Once installed, you may need to give it permissions to access your phone’s microphone and storage.
It’s worth noting that laws around call recording vary by country and region, so it’s important to check your local laws before using such apps. In some places, both parties need to give consent before a call can be recorded, while in others, only one party needs to consent.
To record a call on an Android phone without an app, you can follow these steps:
- During a phone call, put it on speaker mode.
- Open the built-in voice recorder app on your Android phone.
- Start recording the audio through the voice recorder app while the call is still on speaker mode.
- Once the call is over, stop the recording and save it in the desired format.
Please note that call recording laws vary by country and state, so it is important to research and understand the laws in your area before recording any phone calls.