Discussion in 'Windows Phone Software' started by Dragonspank, Jan 19, 2007.
Have any one try this yet??
Try it and report back...I think there is a hardware difference in the Q and Blackjack that prevents any programs of this type being used even wen they work on other smartphones.
What about Resco Recorder?
Does it work?
nope people are reporting resco is a no go as well.
Resco Audio Recorder 4 for PPPC DOES record phone calls. Under action > options > go to general > phone. It has an option to record all phone calls.
You've tested it and it works with the Motorola Q?
Dont have a Q anymore to test it on.
Think I gave the program to Scott (n99hockey). He may be to install and test it.
ok then it doesn't work. The Q can't record because of a hardware issue. The Q is more of a cellphone with a PDA taped to it. It's not really a "smartphone". According to what review websites say, the microphone and speaker on the Q do not interact with the OS. It's like it doesn't even know they're there.
i just tried it, doesn't work. Creates a blank recording.
If you search on here for posts by me you will see I said 100% the exact same thing on VITO Audio notes. Their site was deceptive to the fact it did not work on the Q at one point, and they would not refund my purchase. I only bought their program for the phone call recording.
Anyhow in 2006 I posted a very similar thing and warning. Sorry you didn't find it before wasting the time.
I was reading your above post. Conversations recored like that are not valid in court unless you tell the person your doing it, right? And is it still valid even if you do that?
"[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]The federal law makes it unlawful to record telephone conversations except in one party consent cases which permit one party consent recording by state law. What that means is a person can record their own telephone conversations without the knowledge or consent of the other party in those states that allow one party consent."
[/FONT][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]So as long as you know you're recording the conversation you're legal in 38 states.
That's good to know. I wonder if Maryland is one of those states.
Well it wouldn't matter if you're a Q owner anyway. I am annoyed w/ the same problem - no call record function. I am a writer w/ a crappy memory and do a great deal of my work over the phone. Maybe I'll duct tape one of those little digital recording keychain devices to my Q and put it on speakerphone... won't somebody save us!
8/31/2008 and still no voice/call recorder?
nope...and its still a moto Q hardware problem...not a lack of software being developed.
doesnt Resco has an app that records phone calls that works on the Q?
EDIT: found it
Unfortunately, still not compatable with the Q
according to there site the MotoQ is a supported device
not to mention i have ran it on my original Q for awhile prior to upgrading to the Q9c
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