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emanahov 22-07-2005 11:52 AM

Free Call recorder released
 
Guys,

Recently I finished developing a Call Recorder software. It records every call you make/receive. You can use it also as a normal Voice recorder.

And it's free :)

Download and enjoy :)

http://www.linux-in-house.org/symbia...0_recorder.zip

Comments most welcome :)

Raven 22-07-2005 12:06 PM

Hi, welcome to the forum, glad to have you on board! :)

You're app seems very useful, I'll check it out. Could you possibly map one of the keys on the phone side to start/stop the recording, like Psiloc's Extended Recorder?

Thanks.

emanahov 22-07-2005 12:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Raven
Hi, welcome to the forum, glad to have you on board! :)

You're app seems very useful, I'll check it out. Could you possibly map one of the keys on the phone side to start/stop the recording, like Psiloc's Extended Recorder?

Thanks.

Sure, it has two of the CBA buttons on the right to start/stop recording. Please, download it and tell me what do you think about it.

lakeywhite 23-07-2005 12:19 AM

This sounds great, I am downloading it to have try.
What are the CBA buttons? The software mentioned uses the * and # buttons on the front cover as these are not taken up by speed dials, is this what you mean?

emanahov 23-07-2005 07:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lakeywhite
This sounds great, I am downloading it to have try.
What are the CBA buttons? The software mentioned uses the * and # buttons on the front cover as these are not taken up by speed dials, is this what you mean?

No, it does not use buttons on the cover. I don't know how to program them ;)
When you open the cover of your Nokia 9300 you have 4 buttons on the right side - they're named CBA - Control Button Array.

Please, use them in order to start/stop manual recording. You could also playback the last recording.

emanahov 24-07-2005 12:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by emanahov
Guys,

Recently I finished developing a Call Recorder software. It records every call you make/receive. You can use it also as a normal Voice recorder.

And it's free :)

Download and enjoy :)

http://www.linux-in-house.org/symbia...0_recorder.zip

Comments most welcome :)


A new version added :-)
Some bugs fixed, some minor features added

Enjoy

http://www.linux-in-house.org/symbia...order_v0.4.zip

smagdyy 24-07-2005 12:53 PM

Thanks good work....

cedesguin 25-07-2005 08:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by emanahov
A new version added :-)
Some bugs fixed, some minor features added

Interesting, as Psiloc's equivalent is really harmful to the system.
Of course, I have a wish list (free software users are NEVER satisfied...) :D
1. Installation allowed onto the memory card
2. An option to specify where to save recordings (on the memory card preferably)
3. Front panel commands

Thanks a lot

andygrunt 25-07-2005 08:18 AM

...and how about the option to save files with date & time info included in the filename?

emanahov 26-07-2005 06:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cedesguin
Interesting, as Psiloc's equivalent is really harmful to the system.
Of course, I have a wish list (free software users are NEVER satisfied...) :D
1. Installation allowed onto the memory card
2. An option to specify where to save recordings (on the memory card preferably)
3. Front panel commands

Thanks a lot

Thanks,

Many people requested the same things. I am working on them.

Please, explain in further details point 3. Did you mean to have commands when the cover is closed?
I also downloaded Psiloc once but after I uninstalled it my phone became unstable. Maybe I've done something wrong. BTW it was one of the reasons I started writing this piece of software :-)

emanahov 26-07-2005 06:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andygrunt
...and how about the option to save files with date & time info included in the filename?

Working on it, thanks.

cedesguin 26-07-2005 10:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by emanahov
Please, explain in further details point 3. Did you mean to have commands when the cover is closed?
I also downloaded Psiloc once but after I uninstalled it my phone became unstable. Maybe I've done something wrong. BTW it was one of the reasons I started writing this piece of software :-)

1. Yes, my wish is to use the phone external keyboard for basic commands (REC, STOP for example)

2. No I don't think you made anything wrong when installing Psiloc eRecorder: I have tried (and paid for, unfortunately) several Psiloc packages, ALL of them resulted in system instability. My policy is now to avoid any Psiloc software.

Good job, anyway. Thanks.

salmanhamid 26-07-2005 03:55 PM

Uninstalling Voice recorder
 
Hiya,
How can i uninstall Free voice recorder from my phone?

thanks
Salman

emanahov 27-07-2005 06:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by salmanhamid
Hiya,
How can i uninstall Free voice recorder from my phone?

thanks
Salman


You can go to Control Panel, Data Management, Application Manager. Then find by scrolling the Recorder application and then choose Remove.

This is the way all of the apps on Series 80 are uninstalled.

Thanks

Rok111 04-08-2005 10:30 PM

thx it is a useful software

i would ask you how to access directory C:\system\apps\recorder where is saved recent recorded calls?

have a nice day
and thx again


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