We have shown you how to record calls on iPhone and Android phone before, now we will show you how to record calls on Samsung Galaxy phone.
This guide is designed to help you record calls on your Samsung Galaxy device. This is a handy feature that can be used to easily create meeting and call notes.
It should be noted that if you record a call on your smartphone, then you should inform the interlocutor that the call is being recorded. If you do not tell the other person that you are recording a telephone conversation, you may be breaking the law, depending on where you live.
It’s always a good idea to let them know that the call is being recorded, as you’re both legally protected as long as you both agree to the recording.
How to record calls on Samsung Galaxy smartphone?
You can record calls from the phone app on your Galaxy device. To do this, open the Phone app and then tap on the three dots in the upper right corner of the display.
Now select “Settings” from the menu and a new menu will appear, now there is an option called “Call Recording”, this is what you need to select.
Now you will be given a number of options, you can choose automatic call recording, which will record all calls on your device, or individual calls.
If you choose the automatic call recording feature, you can either record calls from certain numbers, unsaved numbers, or record all your calls. If you use any of these options, be sure to inform the person you’re talking to that the call is being recorded.
Samsung offers this solution built into their Galaxy devices, not all Android manufacturers offer it, so this can be a handy feature. You can find out more information about some of the builtin features of Samsung Galaxy devices on the Samsung website.
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