The app is intended for automatic call recording from the phone line where supported by hardware and kernel.
There are 4 recording methods:
â€“ Standard API
â€“ CAF (root required)
â€“ ALSA (root requried)
â€“ Kernel (root required)
Standard API â€“ method which doesnâ€™t require root access. Check out every audio source before using. Many phones support recording using this method, from the microphone only (audio source â€œMicrophoneâ€� should be selected).
CAF and ALSA â€“ both methods require root access. Device settings in settings â†’ recording are very important here. If your phone isnâ€™t listed, select a device which has the same chipset as yours. The main difference between CAF and ALSA is that CAF doesnâ€™t require ALSA installation, and supports more functions.
Kernel â€“ recording method for phones based on old chipsets by Qualcomm; root is required. This method doesnâ€™t guarantee 2 way call recording.
Which recording method is better?
Neither recording method can ensure that your calls will be recorded from the line; this is phone-specific. And you have to try and find out the one that fits your phone if itâ€™s not auto-detected.
â€¢ In call control
â€¢ Call confirm
â€¢ After call actions dialog
â€¢ Search recordings
â€¢ Edit info about recordings
â€¢ Volume control
â€¢ WAV, AMR, MP3
â€¢ Manual encryption for WAV recordings
â€“ support for HTC Desire X and other devices on Qualcomm 200 (root is required)
â€“ bug fixes