Are you guys ready for another tutorial?
By popular demand, the feature I’ll be talking to you guys about today is call recording. This month, this was the function of XNSPY you guys were most curious about. You had a lot of questions about it, too.
A lot of you want to know why this feature does not work for you, and if it does, how you are supposed to use it. So I’ll be talking about call recording in more detail which should answer some of the most popular questions.
Before I give you the breakdown, let’s talk about when or why you would need to record yours or someone else’s calls. Some of the situations in which you might record a phone conversation are:
- When you want to keep legal evidence of a negotiation or verbal agreements
- When you are having a discussion/meeting and want to keep track of all the points addressed
- When you are interviewing someone or are being interviewed
- When you are being threatened by someone
So yes, recording a phone conversation can be a very nifty feature. A good part of our subscribers are parents and they’ve told me how listening to the conversations between their children and their friends have helped them get a better insight to their kid’s life.
Now that we know where you could use it, let’s begin this tutorial on how to record calls on your mobile phone.
Step 1: Install XNSPY
Recording a phone call on your own device is pretty easy. Your phone or OS usually comes equipped with a record button which does the work for you, or you contact your service provider. Recording a phone call on someone else’s phone is the tricky bit. This is where XNSPY comes in. It enables you to listen to your target phone’s conversations remotely. We’ve get a lot of calls from concerned parents and this is the feature we usually recommend because it lets them know who their kids have been talking to and what the nature of their conversation is.
So to download XNSPY, head over to the home page and click on “Buy Now” to land on the purchase platform.
Step 2: Check Requirements
For the call recording feature to work, you need to check your phones requirements and compatibility. Currently, this feature is supported on all Android phones. You can check your phone’s compatibility here. XNSPY works on most Android phones and versions, but you can still run a query to be sure.
We have received a few rather agitated complains from users that talk about their recordings turning up one sided. If you’re facing this issue, I would like you to that this problem does not occur because of XNSPY. Do not panic and think there this something wrong with the application. This is the issue with a lot of Android devices and comes with the firmware settings. The built in settings cause the mic to be disabled when a call is received, causing the recording to turn up one-sided. Every phone has a customer firmware setting, thus unfortunately I cannot provide a general solution to this problem.
What you can do, however, is check any location restrictions placed by Google or your network provider in your area. These could interrupt the recording process. Also make note that different devices will also have different results as far as the sound quality and reception is concerned.
Step 3: Check Control Panel
Once you’ve installed XNSPY, go to the control panel. You’ll arrive at the dashboard.
This will give you a summary of all the incoming and outgoing calls as well as text messages. This will also provide you with the phone call related stats based on previous data before you start spying with the mobile phone monitor in real time.
We will carry on this discussion in the next blog where you’ll learn a couple of really useful add ons so that you can have an even more enhanced call recording experience. Till then, stay tuned!