Vogel is working on a feature that will allow users to record calls directly from the phone app. The company is testing it with some customers in India and a support page was released on Friday.
The XDA developer said last week that Google has launched a project with a few users in India that allows them to record incoming and outgoing calls from the phone app.
In stock Android devices, the phone app is the default application for calling. Some phone makers such as Samsung and Huawei have introduced separate calling apps. Google is also testing this feature with Nokia users.
It seems that Google wants to test this feature with more users, which is why Google has created a support page for it, which explains how users can record their conversations.
The company has informed us that this feature is not available in every country. In order to use this feature, users must have a device that supports this feature. Devices running Android 9 and above support this feature. Do not specify the names of those who support this feature. This feature allows users to start recording during a call. Users will need to press a new button at the bottom right to start recording the call.
This feature allows the call to be recorded after the start of the call. After recording the call, one notification notifies the other user that the call is being recorded. When the call recording is stopped, then the notification appears. ۔ The recording can then be played in the call history.
The call recording feature cannot be used in group calls. Calls cannot be recorded even when the microphone is off or on hold. Google has stated on the support page that call recording is not legal in every area. In many areas, it is necessary to inform the other user that his call is being recorded. Google has started recording calls from third-party apps in 2018. Was closed.