I'm on a different thread with over 30K plus people using call recording apps (I use ACR Pro) and I can no longer hear the caller only my voice, inbound and outbound calls.
I had the S8 plus which worked perfectly so what has Samsung done to permissions on the S9 plus which I'm now using, speaking with others it has also affected the S9.
It was very quick for Samsung customer service (UK) to put blame on the app developer but this isn't an issue with the app it's the phone.
Can someone from Samsung please tell me if this can be fixed or the S9 plus is useless to me and approximately 1.5 million other ACR users using Samsung's S9 devices.
For me the facility to record is paramount, it's not an issue with the latest version of Oreo as it works on other handsets.
Samsung what have you done ?
Don't think the new update is workaround for Boldbeast, it is for phone gone silent on calls .
And still I will wait someone to confirm that call recording is still working before I update myself .
For my example after update i can't record only shhh shhh shh i hearing
I go to the options blodbeast and change mode 7 to mode 6 and reset phone after this again change mode 6 to mode 7
And still working for me
Probably samsung trying blocking this solution
I haven't suggested turning on or off updates.
I never said you did. All I said was that it's not great to do so regarding the risk of huge security vulnerabilities. Throughout the thread this has been suggested as a work-around many times. This isn't about you personally as I keep saying so don't take it upon yourself too assume everything I say is aimed at you, it's not, it's for the entire community who have already commented that they are in total agreement with me.
The most recent update hasn't affected Boldbeast.
Samsung can do what the hell they want if you have a problem with that get rid of your phone and move on.
I never said the recent update has made any difference to Boldbeast. Samsung can do what the hell they want, I'm totally in agreement with you there but it doesn't make it a wise choice for Samsung to ignore their customers when they are complaining about something that should not have happened in the first place.
If you don't want to buy Boldbeast because you feel it is exploration don't buy it and stop crying about it. They have a working app and they are a business did you think it would be free.
Who's crying? I'm not so I don't understand why you would assume that I am. I'm just saying it's exploitative. There's no need to personally attack me on a public forum and further denigrate me on a subject where I have been backed up already by other users here.
Why would I think it would be free? I never suggested it should be did I? All I said is that it is clearly exploitative considering Boldbeast are well aware that it is totally probable that Samsung will continue to work on patching out their work-arounds, making a purchase of it ultimately pointless. I have also already purchased a call recorder that was working well on all phones and has now been removed from the compatibility list for the S9+ because of Samsung's wrong doings. I also have support in this forum that states that it shouldn't be necessary to spend another £10 just to purchase yet another piece of software when the trial shows that it's not working for some people here, even after removing Automatic Call Recorder, resetting all settings, clearing caches and removing all app data.
A solution to this whole problem may come in they new phones going forward as far as Samsung fixing this issue is highly unlikely or certainly going to take a long time.
However long it takes doesn't really matter here, as long as Samsung are compelled to fix the call recording API and put it back the way it's meant to be so that it is accessible to every professional Google Play store third party call recorder.
Giving up and using this so called solution is only a stop-gap and will just serve to prolong the release of any solution that Samsung will offer. We have to keep up with the continuous and relentless complaints about their wrong doings with regard to Samsung deliberately and artificially disabling the call recording API on Android.
You trolled me in your first comment I think it's safe to say anyone that followed this thread are quite happy with the solution at the moment.
I didn't call you p.a.t.h.e.t.i.c I said your I.d.i.o.t.i.c comments.
I shall repeat what I said originally please keep them to yourself unless you can bring, as did I something to the table.
I didn't troll you at all. Again I will reiterate that I'm just pointing out the errors of your assumption that this is a fix. It's not as there are many people that will not see this as viable, especially when they can't get the trial of Boldbeast call recorder to work on their phones.
Quote of the day: "Don't cling to a mistake just because you spent a lot of time making it".
P.a.t.h.e.t.i.c, I.d.i.o.t.i.c, it's all the same here seeing as the system saw fit for it to be censored. Again another personal attack! You're certainly a troll. My comments are far from i.d.i.o.t.i.c., as decreased security of not updating and this solution only being a stop-gap and only for some people that can actually get it to work for however long Samsung allows it, is a serious concern! I however can't see that you are actually taking this matter seriously now that you seem to have found a solution that, may I add, only works for a subset of people including yourself, with immediate gratification, rather than thinking of the bigger picture and the near future of this so called solution's longevity.
I brought another valid perspective to the table. I won't keep my valid comments to myself as this is an open forum for the free flow of information, including valid concerns, so please don't try to silence or belittle me or anyone else who don't happen to agree with you 100%. Repeat yourself as much as you wish, it doesn't change the fact that this solution is only temporary and is most definitely subject to any changes that Samsung are likely to make in future updates. Again I will reiterate that we need to keep pushing Samsung, each and every one of us, regardless of what work-around third parties can temporarily hack until it's patched again. Good day to you too! 🙂