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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by djsound, Mar 28, 2011.
Is there any way to record a call from within the iphone or into the computer? Thanks
maybe if your jailbroken doesnt sound like something apple would release
Yes, only on JB iphone.
Not possible on stock firmware.
Yep. When you're talking, say hold on and then add a call. Call your voicemail. Once you hear the message beep go off then start talking again and anything said now will be recorded.
It works, try it yourself. I've done it multiple times.
haha thats funny. Very clever but it seems like a bit to much work. Why wouldn't apple release anything like that in un-JB'ed phones? Mostly every business I call these days tells me that the phone conversation will be recorded for whatever purposes. I am a business so why should I be able to do it??.............besides that, I am on a JB'ed phone so what is that app? =)
Does it have restriction on how long the message is though to be recorded?
Not sure but I think the amount of time your voice message length might vary per carrier.
I think for AT&T its only up to 4 minutes.
For quality and training purposes...
I have enhanced voicemail from Rogers and I'm allowed a maximum length of 35 minutes per voicemail.
The top version of VoiceMail Plus Service on AT&T is up to 5 minutes only
Has to do with privacy laws, and wiretapping, etc. Best bet is if you know you want to record, put it on speaker, crank up something like Garage Band, or something lighter, and record that way?
Not sure I want to know why? Then I'm an accessory!
Only 5 minutes? That's horrible. I've recorded a ton of messages before. 35 minutes is about the perfect length to do so. I have not yet been cut off while recording.
..ya thats the one!
I thought of using AudioHijack Pro with skype or something but I dont think I can call from my normal phone number through skype. I think Skype charges for phone calls too
Legality in a lot of areas prohibits this. I know the iPhone is an international phone, but it's made by a US company, they're not going to release an app or build in functionality that's legally questionable.
sounds like something only james bond would require
..than how come half the business' I call can do it? BTW I dont plan on using it in any weird way...was just curious. My phone company seems to tell me one thing then change their story next time I talk to them....quite often. I was thinking of keeping phone records of my calls with them....since they do of me I figure why not. It's to bad they wont play me back their recordings..then I wouldn't need to. Obviously they know they're wrong..
They notify you that the call is being monitored. In the US, you can't do it unless you let the other party know the call is being recorded. Apple could be held partially liable if someone illegally recorded conversations. Just easier/safer to not allow it
well they warn your being recorded to do it without knowledge would be were the legality would come into play
thats great, lol
If you want to record a call, call the person you want to call, turn on the speakerphone, exit out of the phone app, open up voice memos, tap record and you're good to go
Actually I'm pretty happy with that, can you imagine someone pocket calling you and leaving a 35 minute voicemail of them walking around?
...OK then I will tell them that their call is being monitored and recorded for my own purposes before we talk...I have nothing to hide. I'll make it fair
Couldnt you start a call, then open up voice memos and record it that way, you would have to put on speaker phone thou :\
Apparently nobody told Mel Gibson's girlfriend about all of these fancy laws.....