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3 Ways to Record WiFi Calls on Samsung Galaxy Phones

With WiFi calling enabled, your Android phone routes the call over WiFi network for better audio quality and indoor connectivity. However, as a drawback of this, some phones, including Samsung devices, cannot record the calls over WiFi. Today, in this read, we’ll guide you to record WiFi Calls on any Android phone, including Samsung Galaxy devices.

Record WiFi Calls On Samsung Phones

Generally, the built-in call recording feature denies recording calls through the WiFi network, especially on Samsung. Therefore, we have shared some easy methods to record calls over the WiFi network on all smartphones below.

Method 1- Switch the Preferred Network for Calls

You can easily switch the preferred network to a Mobile network or VoIP in order to start recording the calls again. Follow these simple steps to do so on your Android smartphone.

1. Go to Settings and navigate to the Connections option.

2. Here, navigate to the Wi-Fi Calling option, and enable it (if not enabled previously).

3. Next, tap the Calling Preference menu and set it to Mobile network preferred or VoIP preferred.

Now, you can record the WiFi calls made or received on your phone using the default call recorder option in the call interface.

Method 2- Use Screen Recording Feature to Record WiFi Calls

If the above method isn’t available on your phone, you can use your Android smartphone’s built-in screen recording feature to record all your calls over WiFi. Follow the steps given below:

1. Open the Dialer app and call anyone you want.

2. Now, Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Screen recording option. (If your phone does not have screen recording, check out our guide for the best Screen recording apps on Android)

3. Select the Media and Mic option and tap the Start Recording button.

4. Keep the call connected and complete your call.

Record WiFi Calls on Android

5. Once done, tap the Stop button to stop the screen recording.

The recording will be saved directly into the Gallery app of the smartphone, and you can preview it from there. If you want it in audio file format, you can use any audio extractor app to extract only the audio from the full clip.

Method 3- Disable WiFi Calling to Fix Call Recording Not Working

Lastly, you can also completely turn off the WiFi calling feature to fix the call recording not working problem. To do this, open the Settings app on your smartphone and go to the Connections option. Here you can disable Wi-Fi Calling using the toggle, and then you can easily record your calls.

Wrapping Up

In this read, we discussed the methods to record voice calls made over WiFi on your Android smartphone. If it still struggles, you can always disable WiFi calling if the network reception is good in your area. Share this with someone looking to record WiFi calls, and stay tuned to GadgetsToUse for more such reads.

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Amit Rahi

He is a tech enthusiast who always keeps an eye on the latest tech news. He is a master at Android and Windows “how to” articles. In his free time, you will find him tinkering with his PC, playing games, or browsing Reddit. At GadgetsToUse, he is responsible to update the readers with the latest tips, tricks, & hacks to take the most out of their gadgets.