While the Android users are excited to figure out all the new features of Android Pie OS, Google has killed the call recording in Android smartphones for all. Three years ago, with the launch of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Google stopped providing call recording feature in smartphones. At that time, the third party apps got more space in the market as most of the Android users used to record phone calls. But now Google has brought a twist with Android 9 Pie. The smartphone users will not be able to record phone calls using third-party apps. Isn’t it awkward?
The application developers are brainstorming for the workaround of this problem but unfortunately, there are only two options available, either compromise with this absence of call recording feature in the latest Android OS or grab it by rooting the smartphone.
We don’t suggest to root a smartphone for the sake of this call recording feature, as the rooting will void the warranty of the Android phone. Moreover, the smartphone will get vulnerable to security threats.
As it’s not acceptable by the Android 9.0 Pie users to compromise with the lack of this important feature, Google may roll out the update soon. The Android Users who have not upgraded their devices to the latest Android Pie OS should wait for some time if they require record calls feature. The users who don’t bother with the lacking feature should go ahead for enjoying other noticeable features of Android 9.0 Pie.
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