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    Recorded conversations

    My phone was automatically recording conversations a while ago, I turned that off and it's not doing it anymore. But does anyone know how to delete the old recorded conversations? Idk where to go and remove them I got this new app called ubermusic and I saw some conversations in music and I don't like it. I can't remove them from there though
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    I'm curious how you set it to record conversations to begin with. It would be really helpful with my divorce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaJAB View Post
    I'm curious how you set it to record conversations to begin with. It would be really helpful with my divorce.

    And really illegal depending on what state you are in. Check your local laws, just a piece of advice from Officer Friendly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ambushbug View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaJAB View Post
    I'm curious how you set it to record conversations to begin with. It would be really helpful with my divorce.

    And really illegal depending on what state you are in. Check your local laws, just a piece of advice from Officer Friendly.
    Actually, most laws are to prevent recording where neither party is aware of the recording (illegal taps). The requirement is typically that at least one party be aware. And it's always better to have a recording that may or may not be useable, than not have one.
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    Thanks Snow02...you nailed it. With that said...anyone? Anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snow02 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ambushbug View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaJAB View Post
    I'm curious how you set it to record conversations to begin with. It would be really helpful with my divorce.

    And really illegal depending on what state you are in. Check your local laws, just a piece of advice from Officer Friendly.
    Actually, most laws are to prevent recording where neither party is aware of the recording (illegal taps). The requirement is typically that at least one party be aware. And it's always better to have a recording that may or may not be useable, than not have one.
    Never said it was illegal everywhere, which was my point when I said check the local laws. Most states it is legal to record with one party knowledge, but in several states like California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Washington, and Georgia where I'm I a Deputy all parties involved must have knowledge of the recording.

    To the OP, sorry we hijacked your thread. I have no idea how you got your phone to record calls, hope you get it figured out.
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    It was recording calls after i rommed or putting go launcher. There's a call recorder that automatically records every call. I didn't TRY to record. I opened a thread about it a while ago. You can probably find something on widgets.

    I'm trying to use root explorer to delete them I found them but my phone is telling me they're read only files and cannot be deleted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaJAB View Post
    I'm curious how you set it to record conversations to begin with. It would be really helpful with my divorce.
    Some of the Das Bamf roms have the call recorder feature. When on it will record every call, both incoming and outgoing. It is really nice.

    The Bamf Gingerbread roms don't have this feature. However Das Bamf 1.8.6 does.

    To delete the conversations go into the call recorder app and delete some or all. I don't really have a need to record calls but it's funny to listen to yourself.
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    Ok got it. There's an app it's called call recorder I have it on thunder rom. Go on it, menu, settings, and check the option to record phone calls. You need to be rooted and have this rom though
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    Quote Originally Posted by alboboy10 View Post
    Ok got it. There's an app it's called call recorder I have it on thunder rom. Go on it, menu, settings, and check the option to record phone calls. You need to be rooted and have this rom though
    Yes... I also liked Thunder Rom! There are lots of good roms out there. Just check out the features of each and decide what you want.

    I've been on Das Bamf Gingerbread 4.9 for a long time now and can't go back. But it does not have the call recorder feature which I do miss.
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