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  • 'Audio Recorder' is the First True iPhone Call Recorder Ever to Hit Cydia


    Have you ever wanted to record your iPhone phone calls similarly to the way that companies might record your conversations with them to improve customer service? Well now you can, thanks to the first iPhone call recorder to hit Cydia called Audio Recorder by iOS developer limneos.

    All phone calls recorded with Audio Recorder can be stored locally on your iPhone so you can listen to them later and calls are recorded on the device itself without the need for a remote server, meaning you won't have to have an internet connection to record your calls. This is great for conversations with your friends that you want to be able to listen back on to prove someone wrong on what they have said, and is also great if you need to record a call from a threatening caller to send in to the police. All locally-stored iPhone calls can be played from the device, sent via e-mail, or deleted on demand.

    Because recording a call requires the consent of the other person before you can legally record them, the tweak will automatically play a voice message alerting the other person that they will be recorded during this call. They then have the choice to hang up, or continue talking. This feature cannot be disabled by the user.

    According to the developer, Audio Recorder only works on the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, but older devices will be supported in a future update. There is also currently a bug in the software that makes it so iPhone 4S users have to use speaker phone mode to record calls.

    If you’ve been waiting patiently for a phone call recording solution for the iPhone, then Audio Recorder is something you will want to check out. It is available for download in Cydia through Limneos' personal repository (add http://limneos.net/repo); after downloading the tweak from Cydia, you can head over to the Settings application and you’ll be able to purchase the tweak for $3.99 from there.

    Sources: Limneos
    This article was originally published in forum thread: 'Audio Recorder' is the First True iPhone Call Recorder Ever to Hit Cydia started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 54 Comments
    1. pkmaximum's Avatar
      pkmaximum -
      I installed it off a repo (will not mention), and it had the option I disable the beep and notification. Did so and everything is working as it should. I have done extensive testing on it at this point and can confidently say, no lag, no notifications, and no problems.

      Things to note:

      • I am using an iPhone 5 AT&T 16gb Black

      • iOS 6.1
    1. exNavy's Avatar
      exNavy -
      Quote Originally Posted by Raybeast View Post
      Did you even read the article?

      I did and didn't let that deter me. You replace the warning.caf with a blank one. Never be afraid to poke around in an application and its installation files.

      Oh and by the way recordings are stored at /User/Library/Application Support/UltimateCallRecorder/
    1. Toylover's Avatar
      Toylover -
      In many states and countries they have a one-party rule. If you install the app and use it you are the party, period. As it is, having to broadcast and warn people they might be recorded defeats the purpose of this app. Btw, cell phones are used everyday for illegal purposes. Same with automobiles, etc. Should they make all of these illegal?

      For legal reasons I HAVE to record some of my conversations. I normally use the speakerphone and a small keychain recorder. Needless to say this is not practical in a public restaurant, etc.
    1. Puto1977's Avatar
      Puto1977 -
      Why is there still no app that change youre voice on the fly?
      Thats should be asome-)
    1. Lejzermaster's Avatar
      Lejzermaster -
      Quote Originally Posted by exNavy View Post
      I did and didn't let that deter me. You replace the warning.caf with a blank one. Never be afraid to poke around in an application and its installation files.

      Oh and by the way recordings are stored at /User/Library/Application Support/UltimateCallRecorder/
      Thanks for location.
      I have stored two files from same converssation.
      One from mic and one from speaker...
      How can I get the 1 file from 1 conversation?

      thanks
    1. bencjedi's Avatar
      bencjedi -
      So I was on a firewalled wifi that didn't let me pay for the activation because the sites called in the Paypal process are evidently blocked with this connection, but the app says it is activated. It's working also. I totally owe the dev $3.99. How do I pay him and have my install 'aware' that I paid, so if I ever reload my iOS (if that ever becomes possible on iPhone 5) I don't have to pay again (assuming I can manually pay him via PayPal straight-up)?
    1. iphone4idiots's Avatar
      iphone4idiots -
      Been waiting a long time for this. However, the audio warning ruins it. Luckily there is a deb file with warning prompt removed. Installed on my iPhone 5 and it works great. Very happy.
    1. Smokin House's Avatar
      Smokin House -
      Who can tweak this to work with 3GS and take out the annoying stuff that is not illegal in my country? any offers?

      Quote Originally Posted by iphone4idiots View Post
      Been waiting a long time for this. However, the audio warning ruins it. Luckily there is a deb file with warning prompt removed. Installed on my iPhone 5 and it works great. Very happy.
      Where did you find that pls!!!
    1. DheerajR's Avatar
      DheerajR -
      Quote Originally Posted by MOJO5873 View Post
      It stays on on the phone within the app.
      where's the saved location? I mean if we we want to search/listen/copy the recording through iFile or PC, in which location/folder will it be?
    1. M3mph1s's Avatar
      M3mph1s -
      Willing to give this a try as some have stated they fixed the notification issue (or that it fixed itself). Nice idea, but without the option in the app to turn off the notification, it is entirely useless.

      "Hey, your company has lied to me over the phone, I'm going to record you, so go ahead and lie again for the mic?"
      *click*
    1. DheerajR's Avatar
      DheerajR -
      I just found a way to copy the call(audio) recorder files to PC without emailing it and no internet is needed as well!
      firstly, install Celeste bluetooth file transfer from Cydia(if you don't want to purchase, install cracked version of it through biteyourapplle repo)
      twosly, open audio recorder app and try to send the recordings to email(tap the arrow mark button in top right corner) and(accept terms and conditions) when audio recorder finishes the "Preparing Data" process" tap on "send with Celeste"

      or

      connect your iPhone to computer through USB(of course )
      just stay on that "Mail" "Send with Celeste" option screen(this comes after that "Preparing Data" process finishes),
      now navigate to /private/var/tmp there you can see a file called IncomingCall-+xxxxxxxxxxxx-yyyy-mm-dd-hh-mm-ss.m4a
      you can copy that file to your PC by connecting your iPhone to computer!!
      Viola, Vanilla, strawberry, chocolate... :P
    1. Numl0ck's Avatar
      Numl0ck -
      Quote Originally Posted by DheerajR View Post
      I just found a way to copy the call(audio) recorder files to PC without emailing it and no internet is needed as well!
      firstly, install Celeste bluetooth file transfer from Cydia(if you don't want to purchase, install cracked version of it through biteyourapplle repo)
      twosly, open audio recorder app and try to send the recordings to email(tap the arrow mark button in top right corner) and(accept terms and conditions) when audio recorder finishes the "Preparing Data" process" tap on "send with Celeste"

      or

      connect your iPhone to computer through USB(of course )
      just stay on that "Mail" "Send with Celeste" option screen(this comes after that "Preparing Data" process finishes),
      now navigate to /private/var/tmp there you can see a file called IncomingCall-+xxxxxxxxxxxx-yyyy-mm-dd-hh-mm-ss.m4a
      you can copy that file to your PC by connecting your iPhone to computer!!
      Viola, Vanilla, strawberry, chocolate... :P
      That's hell of a tip, thanks a lot! Wasn't really sure what to do with the 2 CAF files
    1. eballesq's Avatar
      eballesq -
      Is someone willing to PM me with the repo to add to get the latest version of this app that works on ARM64 devices (0.4-4 i believe)?

      Edit -- never mind. Google is a wonderful thing.
    1. fayza's Avatar
      fayza -
      Je le veux