Files of the calls would then be accessible once recording is complete.
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As XDA-Developer reports, the latest version (43.0.289191107) of the Google Phone app has just rolled out to Android One handsets, and in particular the Pixel 4. The latter may be one reason why Google hasn't provided an official feature on Android to record calls but, based on some Google Phone app analysis, it might slowly be working towards finally fixing that long-standing problem.
Until Google confirms call recording is being added to the dialer app it remains unclear if or when it will be introduced. The button to start call recording, for example, is noted to still be hidden and the functionality is most likely not yet present anyway.More news: Jay-Z Sues Mississippi Jail Authorities Over Out of Line Conditions
In the past, call recordings were available on the stock Google Phone app up until Android 6 Marshmallow. They promised though that it will be "obtainable" this 2020.
Some users have of course found workarounds. It is not clear whether Google will roll out this call recording feature to users worldwide, instead we think Google will allow OEMs to control this feature. Since the addition of the code was close to the Xiaomi announcement, it may just be for them.More news: Greta Thunberg calls on Siemens to review Australia coal project
9to5Google is believed to have first reported on the possible resurrection of Google Labs as far back as in February 2019, when an APK teardown of the beta version of Google App v9.21 revealed that the company is prepping to bring back the once-deprecated functionality.