Enable call recording on OnePlus devices

OxygenOS, the OnePlus version of Android installed on all OnePlus devices, has a call recording option available. Depending on where you live or where you bought your device, you may not have the call recording feature that other OnePlus users have. But if you really want something, especially on Android, there’s almost always a way. You can enable call recording on the OnePlus devices safely and simply as long as your device is rooted. Before we start with that, it’s important to understand why OnePlus and some other OEMs disable the feature in certain regions.

This is done by the company to avoid any lawsuits as different countries have different laws regarding call recording. Some allow secret call recording, some allow only if the other parties know the call is being recorded, and some do not. You may have heard this message somewhere if you have called any kind of customer service, your call may have been recorded for quality and training purposes. perhaps require it. In many cases, illegally recorded calls are not even admissible in a court of law. All OnePlus devices coming out of the factory will have call recording enabled. Based on the information about the region they will be moved to, the feature is disabled or even removed altogether.


For the reasons mentioned above, before you enable call recording with the mod mentioned below, please make sure you know the laws in your region regarding the same. If you get into any legal trouble, you will be the one responsible. As a general rule, you shouldn’t get into any legal trouble if you get both parties to verbally agree to the recording.


  1. A OnePlus device.
  2. The device must be rooted through Magisk and the Magisk version must be v17.1 or higher.
  3. Sometimes turning Magisk mods on or off can get you stuck in a bootloop, it’s safer to first make a NANDroid backup of your device. You can also perform a NANDroid backup via your PC if you don’t have enough storage space on your device.

How to enable call recording on OnePlus devices

  1. Assuming you have rooted your OnePlus device, launch Magisk Manager. You can check the root method for your device on our website if you haven’t rooted it yet.
  2. Pull up the side menu drawer by swiping from the left edge of the screen or tapping the hamburger menu button in the upper left and going through theDownload.
  3. Tap on the search button on the top right and search for Generator call recording. You’ll find it before you can even type half the name. When you do, tap the download button next to it.
  4. Choose SETTING on the pop-up card that appears and then tap REBOOT when the installation is complete.

Switch to call recording in settings

Now that you have enabled call recording, launch the OnePlus dialer app and go to Setting by tapping the three-dot menu button in the upper right corner. Choose Call record and then convert on Call record. Once you turn it on, you’ll notice you have another option labeled Automatic calls recording .

As the name suggests, enabling it will automatically record all your calls. If you enable this feature, you can also configure a few things about it. From now on, whenever you make a call, you’ll notice a record button along with other call controls. Tap it to record the call and tap it again to pause recording. Recording ends automatically when you disconnect the call. When you do, you will receive a notification letting you know that the recording has been saved to your device. You can watch it using the built-in recording app.

Logs are saved in the folder /Record/Phonerecord/ on your internal storage by default.


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