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posted 2014-10-23 20:49:23 +0300

Just to give an update on harbour-callrecorder. It basically works with the opt-in update9 because Jolla has implemented the needed functionality into it.

The app has also a basic GUI now. It's really basic but allows you to see the list and listen to the recordings.

Thanks to @sledges, he has found a blocker bug in the recorder -- if a call is rerouted to loudspeaker, it goes back to earpiece as soon as the recording daemon is running. If you use earpiece only, you are not affected. If you listen to music/radio/whatever on the loudspeaker without making a call -- you are not affected. I'm currently working on it and just don't want to make any releases until such a severe thing is fixed.

If you don't use the loudspeaker too much and/or just want to try things, please feel free to compile & deploy the app from the source at https://github.com/dpurgin/harbour-callrecorder and use the master branch. The dependencies are listed in rpm/harbour-callrecorder.yaml so it shouldn't be a problem.

As soon as I fix the blocker (or blockers if any), I plan to upload the app to openrepos and will announce it at TJC.

Cheers

Just to give an update on harbour-callrecorder. It basically works with the opt-in update9 because Jolla has implemented the needed functionality into it.

The app has also a basic GUI now. It's really basic but allows you to see the list and listen to the recordings.

Thanks to @sledges, he has found a blocker bug in the recorder -- if a call is rerouted to loudspeaker, it goes back to earpiece as soon as the recording daemon is running. If you use earpiece only, you are not affected. If you listen to music/radio/whatever on the loudspeaker without making a call -- you are not affected. I'm currently working on it and just don't want to make any releases until such a severe thing is fixed.

If you don't use the loudspeaker too much and/or just want to try things, please feel free to compile & deploy the app from the source at https://github.com/dpurgin/harbour-callrecorder and use the master branch. The dependencies are listed in rpm/harbour-callrecorder.yaml so it shouldn't be a problem.

As soon as I fix the blocker (or blockers if any), I plan to upload the app to openrepos and will announce it at TJC.

If you wish to install opt-in update9 just to try the call recording, don't do it. You won't be able to downgrade

Cheers