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    Hey Everyone,
    Is there a way already installed on the 8320 or a program that allows you to record a phone conversation? Thank you for your time!
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    Hank, there is no feature within the device itself to record conversations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoGro View Post
    Hank, there is no feature within the device itself to record conversations.
    nice...i would have said,"nope"
    lighten up...life's too short

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    Is it possible to make an app that'll do that? I used to have that feature on my winmo pda and loved it...
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    Well that makes me feel better in a way...(It means I didn't over look any features! lol I guess my only hope would be software. But that ? will probably get a "nope" also. What a BUMMER!!!

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    No, there are privacy issues to be dealt with here and since each state has its own rules pertaining to those issues, it'd be hard to develop something that covers all the bases.

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    All these laws... Aaaarghhh... !!!

    I demand freedom!!! And liberation...!!!

    (And yet I don't want anyone recording me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by reddrvgon View Post
    Is it possible to make an app that'll do that? I used to have that feature on my winmo pda and loved it...
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    no..simply because rim doesn't allow the developer to accesss the speaker via software

    Quote Originally Posted by RoGro View Post
    No, there are privacy issues to be dealt with here and since each state has its own rules pertaining to those issues, it'd be hard to develop something that covers all the bases.
    why is there someone that throws out the legal smoke screen?

    CallRec works perfectly fine on the treo....how come they arn't scared of the law? and poor old scaredy cat RIM is?

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    I'm sure there is a "logical explaination" behind all of this...
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    yea...it is that rim wont allow it

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    RIM is not scared of the law. They are just more concerned about privacy and security.

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    privacy and security of who? of what? who are they do dictate anything? many consultants are given instructions over the phone and would like to be able to record that instead of having a pen/paper on them at all times

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    Privacy and security of those being recorded. As I said earlier, each state has its own rules about this.....some require that at least one party be aware of the fact that they are being recorded. Others have no such requirement. So how do you develop and distribute an application within those kinds of constraints?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoGro View Post
    Privacy and security of those being recorded. As I said earlier, each state has its own rules about this.....some require that at least one party be aware of the fact that they are being recorded. Others have no such requirement. So how do you develop and distribute an application within those kinds of constraints?
    why don't we ask the good folks who made CallRec, or about those samsung phones with that feature built in? why don't they worry about it?

    like i said, legal issues are a smokescreen

    an easy way to sidestep it is to have a disclaimer and have to accept each time you run the program...just like GPS devices asking you not to use their device while driving. Not much for legal issues, huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoGro View Post
    Privacy and security of those being recorded. As I said earlier, each state has its own rules about this.....some require that at least one party be aware of the fact that they are being recorded. Others have no such requirement. So how do you develop and distribute an application within those kinds of constraints?
    also only 12 out of the 50 states are 2 party consent states..the rest are 1 party consents....so the law is really an issue 6/25 of the time. If others can do it, why does RIM have to restrict it?

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