How to record conversation on iPhone?

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Was looking for an app for the iPhone, which would allow you to record incoming and outgoing calls and then listen to or save to your computer. But the search failed miserably, only that I found it iRecorder which can record outgoing calls only and not directly, but readdressing the call to your voip server and there already to record.

I understand that without jailbreak is not possible, but jail is not a problem.

If someone knows how to implement it, please tell me!
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Maybe this?
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Maybe you can just turn on the speakerphone and record the conversation included "voice Recorder"?
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Buy then miniEDIC, and put it under the iPhone case. Oni all tiny.
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Apple does not allow you to record conversations on the iphone, because it violates the rights of the interlocutor(mine this interpretation). so there is no. and hardly will be. it is the fat minus the iphone.
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I'm afraid to disappoint you, but perhaps even jailbrake iPhone you will not be able to record conversations. It is suspected that the sound of the talking by software.
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Yes. On the iPhone recording is prohibited, the above said is correct. But there are options to work around the problem from afar.
If you need to record not a single conversation, and this feature is expected to be in demand often, it makes sense to Google for "bluetooth call recorder". Essence — headset with the ability to record conversations. Until such a funny and expensive solutions like Call Mynah: www.spygadgets.com/call-mynah-cell-phone-recorder.aspx
He even emulates a mobile phone of another type, connected via Bluetooth to the core. Version automatically logs logs details room type of source, date/time, etc. Why the emulation of "other phone" is needed in addition to recording conversations — everyone will think up for himself. Maybe someone will save in situations of lousy communication, for example, if the reception is only at the window — then the basic cell can be left on the windowsill, and with this thing trouble-free to move around the apartment.
And there are cheaper options simple "nauchnyh" set.
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Do not try to buy all sorts of Bluetooth devices to record conversations, but only if you do not mind their money! Prices for these devices are inflated many times, but there are cheaper and better ways to write it. This requires anyone with a cheap digital recorder with a line input or external MIC and able to listen to the signal from the input to the headphones in real time, most Chinese recorders for 20-30$ it can. Next, we need a cable with 3.5 Jack on both ends, one plug in the iPhone, the second in the input of the recorder, the recorder plug-in headphones and all, the design to record ready. iPhone thinks headphones are plugged in to it and when you make a call all sound (including your voice) will transmit on the input of the recorder, the recorder will take notes and all you hear in the headphones. Conversation will use the standard iPhone MIC. It is clear that such construction is not always convenient to use, but it is no different from devices that connect as a headset and record your calls..
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