kandi X-RAY | CallRecorder Summary
kandi X-RAY | CallRecorder Summary
Android Phone Call Recorder
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I want to
receive Incoming call from my application, I am using
End and receive call. I have written the following code to answer the call on button press, mostly I am able to end the call on all the devices but when I try to receive a call it's not working.
This (call answer) code is working fine on some devices that I have tested on (Motorola** e3 6.0 android security patch 1 Jun 2016 , honor 4.4.4, YU 4.4.4. etc)
it's not working on(Xiaomi note 4 6.0.1, lyf 6.O.1 android security patch 1 march 2017)` may be the issue is causing because of android security patch update on latest versions.
I think google has allowed some
permission only for
system apps for
security reason, in latest Update of
android security patch 1 Jun 2016 to 1 March 2017.
Please help, Thank you...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-07 at 10:36
I have found this solution works perfectly on some devices which shows call notification in status bar ,this solution supports after android security patch 1 march 2017 update (this solution may not work on some devices of Samsung and oppo or other) still looking for perfect solution if any one finds please update , thank you
Im trying to debug a deadlock in my process by using the SOSEX command !dlk I get the following output:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-16 at 07:38
The following article helped me how to read the results of the !dlk command. according to the article, if for example we found a deadlock in thread 0xac:
I'm trying to write a CallRecorder app in Kotlin. What I'm trying to do is to start recording the audio with a Service that is launched by a BroadcastReceiver. I think I'm doing something wrong with the MediaRecorder initialization, but I can't figure what.
EDIT: Found and resolved the MediaRecorder problem (changing the file name from "dd.MMM.yyyy-HH:mm:ss" to "dd.MMM.yyyy". Android didn't like the colon in the file name). Now it gives me a "FATAL EXCEPTION" about the IntentService. Look in the updated stack-trace below.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-26 at 14:38
As suggested by Mike M. in the comments, I resolved by implementing Service instead of IntentService. I quote what Mike M. said: "IntentService... will stop itself pretty much immediately after onHandleIntent() finishes each time.". I suppose that MediaRecorder instance was disappearing as soon as the system lost its reference to onHandleIntent().
My app doesn't work as desired yet, but it's not because of that error. Actually it compiles and runs without any error right now.
This is the updated RecordService class, implementing Service:
This is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Aug-24 at 13:22
The problem is already mentioned in the logcat. android.os.FileUriExposedException: file:////storage/emulated/0/CallRecordings/24.08.2017 02-32-19 PM.m4a exposed beyond app through ClipData.Item.getUri()
There are two ways to solve this problem.
Put the following code
StrictMode.VmPolicy.Builder builder = new StrictMode.VmPolicy.Builder(); StrictMode.setVmPolicy(builder.build());
we will simply change the VmPolicy by the above method. In this way VM will ignore the exposure URI exposure. Default method is
No vulnerabilities reported
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