Android VoIP Call Recording Problem List:
 There are echoes and noises in my recordings, why?
During recording if the loud speaker is switched on:
- The sound that is being played back by apps is recorded directly from the system internal, so it is crystal clear.
- Because the sound is loud, it is recorded again by the microphone with a delay, mixed with your own voice and the room sound.
The sound that is being played back by apps is recorded twice, the first one is good, the second one becomes echoes. The room sound becomes noises in recordings if the room is noisy.
To get crystal clear recordings without echoes and noises inside, please
- Select the right Recording Type
In Boldbeast VoIP Call Recorder please choose the right recording type, for example choose "Music Playing with No Noise" instead of "Music Playing plus Your Voice", so that recordings are always good no matter the loud speaker is on or off.
- Don't switch on the loud speaker
In a VoIP voice call by default the loud speaker is off, so recordings are good. Don't switch on the loud speaker yourself if possible.
- Decrease volume
In a VoIP video call by default the loud speaker is on, so recordings have echoes inside. You can press the Volume Down key to decrease the volume, so that the microphone will not be able to pick up the sound that is being played back. This removes echoes effectively.
- Use a headset
You can connect a wired headset, bluetooth headset or USB headset to the phone, and this can prevent the loud speaker being switched on. Recordings are pretty good.
- Change "When Loud Speaker Is On"
In Boldbeast VoIP Call Recorder change the option to "Stop recording from system internal", so that the sound that is being played back by apps will be recorded only once, therefore there will be no echoes in recordings.
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