Recording Phone calls on a Pocket PC Phone Edition

It's 'Ask the Audience' time on my blog 🙂

I had a customer ask a question which I couldn't answer.... (compliance, security and human rights aside) - Anyone know of a solution to record phone calls on a Pocket PC Phone edition device? 

I'm aware of solutions on Smartphone but haven't seen anything on Pocket PC....

Can someone drop me a note using the contact link or post a comment if you do know of one 🙂

Comments (8)
  1. Shahar Prish says:

    On some WM2003 this works just great – the ipaq 6315 you could record phone calls by using the "Notes" app as a voice recorder, it would just work.

    With the MDA it seems like only your side of the conversation gets recorded.

  2. It is possible to record phone calls without additional software. For easy access to the recording software, it’s better to assign a button to it. This is how you do it:

    1. Go to Settings > Button and assign any button to Record, which can be found in the Assign a Program list.

    2. When you receive a phone call and you want to record it, just press and hold the assigned button during the entire conversation.

  3. Larry says:

    Hi, did you guys know Gigabyte Communication created the g-Smart series PDA phone which included phone recording.

    Check out their website,

    Email me at if you have any questions.

  4. James Clarke says:

    The best one I’ve found is Vito which has a version for PocketPC and Smartphone.  It makes an MP3 which is great for podcasting from your phone or recording your voicemail 🙂

  5. Jobine says:

    All call recording programs don’t work with my Motorola Q.

    I try Vito Audio Notes and PMRecorder…….without success..

    Can be a value in the registry…….

  6. Andrew CJ says:

    On my HTC PU 10, you are ment to press the voice dial button while on a call to record it. I haven’t tried.

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