I was once used to see phone manufacturers including a default Android call recorder app into the software of their devices, but things have changed in the past few years. The manufacturers started to drop this feature from most handsets, so people were forced to use various third-party apps available on Play Store in both free and premium versions.
However, don’t you imagine that they usually work as they should; anyway Boldbeast is here to try solving all the issues that you might be experiencing with Android call recorder apps.
To be more precise, sometimes you can record, but in recordings you can’t hear either the caller’s voice or your own voice, while other times these apps can’t record calls at all. Why is this happening?
Well, it seems that Androidcall recorder apps are developed only by taking in consideration a few devices and ROMs, so several other Android smartphones aren’t compatible with such apps or their drivers at all. Even more, the manufacturers decided to disable the call recording feature in certain countries (for example, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 doesn’t have the ability to record calls in USA, but it simply works flawless in other countries).
There are no similar settings for different devices, but don’t you imagine that there is no solution for all these problems. On the contrary, Boldbeast Call Recorder for Android has been developed especially as a solution to all these problems. So, if you are also looking for an universal call recording app, don’t hesitate to find out more about what it has to offer.
Boldbeast Call Recorder for Android comes with a generous “Fixing Database” inside which helps enabling the call recording feature to its full functions. However, if something doesn’t go according to the plan and the app can’t fix the problem that you might be experiencing, this can mean only one thing: that your Android device probably needs different parameters. In such a case, you just have to use the “Ask New Parameters” feature within the app which would let you send hardware log files to help the developers update the Fixing Database accordingly.
With such an increasing database, Boldbeast could ensure call recording on all Android devices. And I can also assure you of the fact that the app works well for most phones in the market, with support for Android M / Android 6.0, not to mention that various Android 5.0/5.1 phones no longer need root (excepting for Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Nexus 4 for which you can record calls with no issues, but root is still needed). And don’t forget that more devices are being added into the database each day, so such an app sounds more than promising.
Take Boldbeast Call Recorder for Android right away and start recording. Maybe you received training that you want to reference again in the future or maybe someone is repeatedly bothering you and you need a proof and so on; in any case, your wish to record certain calls is turning into reality.
Check out the app by entering here, if you are interested.