Follow the detailed guide to enable the hidden call recording feature on all CyanogenMod ROMs including CM11, CM12/12.1, CM13 or CM14. The Call recording feature is pretty useful when you are a regular caller while dealing with important calls. If you have multiple calls at different times a day it’s difficult to keep record of every call that what an individuals said to you in the previous calls, so here call recording features play a vital role to store each caller’s voice until the call keeps on going.
The call recorder automatically ends when the ongoing call hangs up, so this feature is by default hidden on many firmware including CyanogenMod custom ROMs, today we are going to activate the call recording facility on your device. To enable call recording feature on your device, just follow the complete instruction carefully.
Before you begin:
Your device should be rooted, if you have no root access don’t worry follow our root section and choose the root method for your device.
Download XCallRecordingSettings module
Xpose module should be installed
How to enable call recording on all Android devices
Download and install the XCallRecordingSettings xpose module.apk on your device.
Now Open Xpose installer and choose the recently installed XCallRecordingSettings on your device.
The call recording is now enabled on your device but a reboot is necessary for the things to settled up.
After reboot, try any call and enjoy the call recording feature on your device.
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