Tomek Kondrat · Aug 25, 2014 at 04:00 am

Enable Call Recording in CyanogenMod 11 with Xposed

Xposed Framework is one of the most interesting projects available for Android. Almost every ROM, no matter whether it’s stock-based or not, can have extra features enabled or have existing features fixed. And the most interesting part of Xposed is that it works with almost every device, as well as most of the currently used Android versions.

One feature that can easily work in some ROMs but is often disabled is call recording. The Android OS can easily use your device’s hardware to record incoming and outgoing calls. To enable this feature, you need a software solution.  One such solution was created by XDA Senior Member pyler who developed an Xposed Framework module that enables call recording on CyanogenMod 11.

This module will work only with CyanogenMod 11 and ROMs based on it. To make use of this module, you need to run a nightly newer than August 14. The module is a straight port of CyanogenMod’s code, so usage is not too complex.

Before using this module you must also check if it’s legal to record calls in your country. While the majority of countries allow call recording, it is illegal in some areas and actions can be taken against those who violate the policy.  And regardless of legality, make sure the other party knows you’re recording.

If you are a CyanogenMod 11 user and want to record calls, head over to the call recording module thread and give it a shot.


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Tomek Kondrat

eagleeyetom is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. Tomek is the only Polish moderator on XDA Developers. He graduated from the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn with a degree in journalism and public communication in 2013. He's a big fan of football (not hand egg), post rock and cooking. A total addict of mobile technology, especially Android. Currently flashes dozens of custom ROMs on his OPO. View eagleeyetom's posts and articles here.
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