Samsung’s Galaxy A series comprising of the Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, and A50 are packed with useful customization features. Among other things, the handsets also offer the ability to record incoming calls — a feature which is surprisingly missing from some other phones in this price range. If you recently got the Galaxy A20, A30, or A50 and are wondering how to record calls on it, follow this guide.
Call recording on Samsung’s Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A50 is a fairly straightforward process. The option is baked right into the Dialer app so one does not need to make use of any third-party apps.
Samsung Galaxy A50, A30, and A20: How to Record Calls
Step 1: First, make or receive a call on your Galaxy A20, A30, or A50.
Step 2: On the call screen, tap the 3-dot overflow menu button on the top-right corner and press the Record button.
The first time you try to record a call, you will have to accept the terms and conditions for recording calls. Post that, call recording will start automatically.
You can follow the above steps to record calls manually on your Galaxy A50, A30, or A20. If you want, you can also automatically record all calls on the phones. Follow the steps below to know how.
Step 1: Open the Phone app on your Galaxy A50, A30, or A20. On the top-right corner, tap the 3-dot overflow menu button and go to Settings.
Step 2: From the Record Calls option, enable Auto record calls.
Step 3: Inside Auto Record calls, find the option to record calls from either all callers, selected callers or just unsaved numbers.
All calls recorded on your Galaxy A-series phone will be saved inside the ‘Call’ folder in the internal storage.
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