Yea, no. Right now, we can only hope for the sue against Samsung will make them reconsider their ***** up decision. And nag the support.
The boldbeast fix (and now even Skavlex according to himself) is currently the only reason I am keeping my phone. I am in a hot debate with the support about having them either help me revert the blockade or help me returning this phone.
I really feel ***** as my S7E has no issue recording calls, larger battery and dosent have DEX or Bixby as a forced spyware. But my S7E has a cracked screen.
Its Samsung S9's across the world affecting ACR customer approx. 1.5 million users
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Samsung are already losing customers (S9's) due to this problem.
People are trying to hand back the phone, I'm one of them, im stuck with the S9 plus.
I just dont understand this regression, first when I got the S9 plus, all worked well, and now without notifying me in advance, they turned off the recording option.
I wonder though, I live in a country where call recording is completly legal without notifying the other side. (As per the law, a call can be recorder only by 1 of the patricipants in a particular conversation)
But anyhow, lets assume that it is forbidden unless 2/all articipants must agree (which is the other common law in many countries), so if I'm calling someone and asking for his approval to record the call, and assumingly he approves, then, how can I start a recording ? Isnt that an essential part of having a phone !
If that's Google's/Samsung's approach, then I'm probably going to look for alternatives as well