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Recording a smartphone call can be very useful in a number of circumstances. If you desire to re-listen or retain it, it is always practical to record calls on your Blackview S6. However, the Blackview S6 does not natively offer the conversation recording and thus it will have to go through an application to do this. Thus we will discover in this tuto how you can do it. We will discover first how you can record calls on your Blackview S6 with an application. We will see in a secondary step what is the legal guidelines on the recording of smartphone conversations.record-calls-Blackview S6

Ways to record a call on your Blackview S6

There are many applis that will let you to record calls on your Blackview S6. For this guide, we will use the Enregistreur dappel application which is simple and powerful. To start, you will 1st have to download and install the application on your Blackview S6. When it’s done you will have the ability to open it and go in the parameters at the top right of the display screen. When you’re there, you can turn call recording on or off. You can choose whether or not to record outgoing calls or incoming calls. It is also feasible to exclude numbers in whitelist. Finally, you can also set a password to access the application. When you have made your settings, the cellphone calls will automatically be saved on your Blackview S6. In the event that you desire to get audio files from conversations saved on your Blackview S6, they will be in the location selected in the settings on the File Location tab.

The laws on the recording of mobile phone calls

In the event that you choose to record your cellphone conversations with your Blackview S6, it’s of little use to make a brief reminder about the laws. The law requires that the person who is registered be informed at the beginning of the call that the conversation is recorded. Moreover to that, the person need to agree to the registration. Moreover, the registration of a person without his or her knowledge does not disclose evidence in court. In the event that the person did not be aware that it was registered, the evidence would instantly be rejected.