Fix: 2-Way In-Call Recording on X1
There have been a few posts regarding 2-way in-call recording in the Sony Experia X1 forum.
If you own a X1 and have tried to record calls on it, you’ll know that your Windows Mobile device records only your voice and the recipient/caller’s voice is heard with very bad quality.
XDA forum member ultrashot has posted a driver that fixes this problem and recommends a full backup before installing the driver.
You’ll need to install the NewSDKCerts.cab, then ultrashots’ driver cab file, and perform a soft reset.
Once installed, you’ll get a ‘Record’ menu item during calls and will also be able to use third party recorders.
For full instructions and to download the cab files, head on over to the forum thread.
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