When I had the s7 and s8, I could record calls, when I had the s9, I could until Samsung upgraded the firmware and stopped call recording. based in the UK
Now I have the s20 and s21, but neither can record calls because of the UK Samsung firmware.
Can someone explain, why I can record calls on my landline at my choosing but Samsung have taken away my right to choose?
Or alternative way of having my freedom to choose whether to record a phone call or not.
blame it on Google 😉
Google is in-charge of all android platform's update and maintenance (regardless of make)
you can search on Google:
"Why did Google remove call recording?"
"Why has Google stopped call recording?"
you may try some apps if will work
This is something that has arisen in discussion before.
It's driven by software and the region a person lives in I believe due to legal reasons in a particular country.
sammobile.com/tips/how-to-record-calls-samsung-galaxy-smartphone explains where to find native call recording if available in your Samsung phone app.
I'm the UK it's OK to record a call in certain circumstances.
is-call-recording-legal explains more.
Take a look in the Playstore as there are apps available that may provide the facility your wanting @PhilBoy
Current Phone > Samsung Z Fold³ 5G.