Call Recording is a feature that you can find in almost all the latest smartphone, but not in all it is enabled by default. Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the phone that has this feature but it is not enabled by default. You have to do a little work to enable this feature in Android 5.0 Lollipop.
The Manufacture have disabled this feature because in some places it is illegal to record the calls while in other places it might be totally legal to record them. That’s why the developers have included call recording in Android, but has disabled it. They have make a phone for both places for those who is legal to record call and for those who is not.
In Samsung Galaxy, Call Recording is disabled but you can enable it with a little trick. Before continuing with the trick below to enable call recording on Samsung Galaxy S5, make sure that the government allows you to do that. So if you’re free of all legal obligation, go ahead and enable call recording on your Galaxy S5.
How To Enable Recording Calls On Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 5.0 Lollipop
- A Stock ROM with root access
- A File Manager with root access
Using the File Manager go to System / CSC and rename the file in Others.xml, Others.xml.old
Download the attached file from here and change permissions in RW-RR, restart.
On restart Call Recording will be enabled magically
That’s all. Enjoy!
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