Missing the Call Recording option on your Samsung Galaxy device? In this guide, we will tell you how to enable call recording on Samsung Galaxy Note 10, S10, and other Samsung Galaxy devices. The call recording option is one of the most needed features and many users use it constantly. I have the call recording feature enabled by default on my Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Some users have reported that they lost the call recording option on their devices after upgrading to Android Pie, but, I still do have it!
It looks like the availability of the call recording option on Samsung devices is also subject to where the devices are sold. For example, there have been many complaints from users belonging to Europe that the miss the call recording option on their Samsung Galaxy. In this guide, we will tell you how you can enable call recording on Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus, Galaxy S10, S10e, S10 Plus, Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and other Samsung devices.
How to Enable Call Recording on Samsung Galaxy
Below is the method I tried on one of the Samsung Galaxy devices. At the end of the article, I have also listed out a few other apps that are worth your time. The method below worked out for me good; your mileage may vary.
- Download and install the ACR Call Recorder app from Google Play Store:
- Go to the Galaxy Store and search for ‘ACR Unchained‘ and tap on the app. If you are on mobile, you can install it by visiting this link: Call Recorder – ACR.
- Now, you should see the ‘UPDATE‘ button. Tap on it to update.
- Open the ACR Call Recorder app and set-up the initial steps.
- Make sure the call recording option is enabled on the app.
Now your Samsung Galaxy device should be capable of recording calls.
I hope this guide helped you enable call recording on Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus, Galaxy S10, S10e, S10 Plus, Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and other Samsung devices. Do let us know in the comments below which app/method worked out for you.