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Lithium
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Ok, so basically, I am wondering if there exists software that would allow one to record a cell phone conversation on the computer. The way I'd imagine it is that your cell phone is attached to the computer/laptop via USB, and through the software, it logs and records the conversation as an audio file.

Anything that serves this function would be perfect. I tried google, but was not successful.

If it's of any relevance, I have a Sony Ericsson G900.

Thanks in advanced. And for those of you whom are rep motivated....

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I think a Voice Modem is what your after, but am not too sure exactly.

Your best option would be to use the built in recorder on your phone (if it has one), save them then export them to the PC, easier and cheaper.
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Not really. I mean, a computer software, that, when your cell-phone is connected/interfaced with the PC, the software is able to record the conversation. Same idea as a built in one, but having it on the computer...

this model of SE doesn't have a built in recorded...
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Hmmm....

Does the computer still use the mic/speaker for the phone unit, or it's own sound system when doing this?
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That's how I would imagine it. It's just that it's connected to the computer, so the incoming/outgoing audio could be recorded..
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Something like this for mobiles?
http://www.nch.com.au/trx/index.html

I have looked and can't find anything really, your best going into Maplin and asking in store.
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Thank you
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(Original post by Lithium)
That's how I would imagine it. It's just that it's connected to the computer, so the incoming/outgoing audio could be recorded..
Well, if you do use the PC speakers / mic, then the free program Audacity can do this. You'd need to set the recording source to "Stereo Mix" (IIRC). Not all sound cards seem to support this function though, so it could be touch and go.
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try my phone explorer
http://www.fjsoft.at/en/
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If you only wish to record an occasional call, it may work out cheaper and easier to use an on-line recording service like Rectel.co.uk

I've not used them before, though, they are referenced in a telegraph article - http://www.independent.co.uk/life-st...it-397085.html
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Get a mic and put your phone on speakers. :top:
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