Record Your Calls With Ease With Call Recording Control
XDA-Developers has always been a place devoted to community and working together to create something great. As such, it is always comforting to visit a thread and see development progress through the skills and advice of other members. This is the case with XDA member antsm and his modification of Phone.apk. This useful modification allows you to automatically record your calls on the Galaxy S I9000. 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
With the help of XDA member Dark3n, an application has also been created to help control the modified Phone.apk. Call Recording Control has not yet been added to the OP but can be found on post #30.
Origonaly posted by antsm
This is what I call Community.
The modification has been confirmed as working on the Galaxy S I9000. If you would like to get involved or simply try out the mod for yourself, continue to the original thread.
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