If you want to record an incoming call from your iPhone, we already got a solution from here.
However, according to a recent survey, more than 50% of participants from the /r/Jailbreak community are not jailbroken. So apparently the list of apps to record phone call above wouldn’t work.
Don’t worry, though; we still got you covered.
If your iPhone is not yet jailbroken, there is a method to record phone calls on iOS device without a jailbreak.
Unlike most solutions you’ve found so far, which I guessed doesn’t work. What you about to learn is a bit more technical.
If you’re afraid to download third-party apps, don’t be. As we promised, this method involves no tweaks.
Step 1: Dial the number you want to call. Once the call has started, tap on Add Call
Step 2: Next, call the phone number that you’re using. This will redirect you straight to the Voicemail
Step 3: Wait until the greeting message and Visual Voicemail are over, tap on the Merge Calls button
By doing so, it will merge the original call and your own number to voicemail. As a result, recording the phone call directly into your voicemail
When the conversation is over, stay in the Phone app and switch over to the Voicemail tab. The recorded voicemail should now appear on the list.
Choose the Share option next to the circular “i” icon and select your prefer method of sharing. Your voicemail can be shared via iMessage, AirDrop, send it to notes, or attach them in an email.
Keep in mind that the recording is saved as M4A files which mean you will have to import it into a computer and convert them into the MP3 file format.
See, isn’t this easy?
It requires a bit of time, doesn’t cost you a single penny, and it works on non-jailbroken iPhone.
I want you to keep in mind that recording a conversation without the other person knowing can get you in trouble. Be sure to consult with someone before doing so.
This trick was originally published on iDownloadblog by Christian Zibreg.