AI features are not the only notable upgrades in Samsung’s latest software update for Galaxy S24 smartphones. The Korean phone maker is expanding the calling experience on these phones with a new update that introduces Wi-Fi call recording in One UI 6.1.
Note that this feature is only available in VoWiFi mode, which stands for (Voice over Wi-Fi). After this update, the Galaxy S24 and other Galaxy phones can record calls in VoWiFi mode. This would come in handy when you need to remember something important from a long call.
For those unaware, voice-over Wi-Fi lets you make calls directly over Wi-Fi without cellular networks. It helps when you have a poor connection or are just out of range of signals.
Here is how to use VoWiFi recording in the latest One UI 6.1 update. Head to the phone’s settings menu and navigate to the Calls option. Over here, tap the Other Call Settings button and enable the VoWiFi call recording feature.
That said, recording someone’s voice, particularly without their consent, is ethically questionable and can have legal ramifications in numerous jurisdictions. Hence, exercising caution and refraining from utilizing such a feature without careful consideration is strongly recommended.
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