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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by piatti, Aug 13, 2010.
that's my question.
Is that legal?
Depending on the location, if you inform the other party beforehand, or have a constant beep, maybe.
In Texas if one member of the conversation knows/consents, it is legal.
Yes, very much legal. In all of Canada, you are allowed to record if one person on the line knows of the recording (So you know you are recording the conversation, therefore it's legal). In the US, it depends on the state. The following are states where both parties have to be notified, so you have to announce that you are recording the conversation (By telling them, or having a constant beep):
The rest are one-party notification.
So yes, very much legal.
so whats the app name?
this is actually pretty interesting
I know caller ID faker will record a conversation if you buy their credits. I've never personally used the service but I believe that it records through their server when you place the call.
Anything at the phone level not requiring an external server?
Not that I am aware of, but thats not really saying too much!
There isn't a program that will record calls on the iPhone, and there never will be. It's technically very very difficult and no developer will touch it. Your only choice is one of those programs where you call an external number first.
What do you mean by one of those programs that you have to call an external number first?