How to record calls with Truecaller for Android: step-by-step guide


Call recording on Android phones can now be done with Truecaller. The Caller ID app introduced a native call recording feature that allows users to record both incoming and outgoing calls on their devices. Truecaller saves call recordings in your phone memory. Since the recordings are saved offline, you can listen to them at any time – even if you do not have active internet access. You can also share your call recordings with your contacts.

Truecaller introduced call recording through its app back in 2018, but this feature has been researched for paying subscribers. But the company has now started rolling the feature out to all of its users.

Gaurav Jain, director of calling at Truecaller, told Gadgets 360 that the new call recording feature is now available on devices running Android 5.1 and later. The function is available for 100 percent of users in the latest public beta version of the app and for five percent of users in stable versions. The company plans to roll out the call recording feature to 100 percent of Truecaller users worldwide in the next two to three weeks, and says it will be available for all versions of Android including the latest Android 12.

Before starting the steps to record calls with Truecaller on your Android device, it is important to note that you need to obtain consent or inform the person about the call before recording. Call recording is also not legal in some countries. So you should check with your local laws before proceeding with the details below.

How to record calls with Truecaller for Android

Truecaller is currently introducing the new device call recording feature that allows you to record calls on Android without using any additional apps. The rollout is currently in phases and it may take some time to reach your device. However, if the feature is available on your Android phone, here are the steps you can take.

  1. Grant access to Truecaller Call Recording by clicking to. walk settings > Accessibility on your device.

  2. Now on the Caller ID screen, when you receive a new call or make a new call, tap the record button to record its audio.

If you’d like to turn off the call recording feature, go to the side menu by pressing the hamburger button in the upper left corner of the Truecaller app, tap Call Recordings, then turn off the Call Recording option.

It is worth noting that Truecaller stores the recorded calls in your phone memory. This means that in the future you will be able to access your previous call recordings without needing an Internet connection.

You can access the calls that you have recorded in the past by going to the Call Recordings setting in the Truecaller app. You can also share them with your contacts or save them to Google Drive. Call recording files can also be accessed manually using the standard file manager app on your phone.

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