Enable Call Recording on Samsung Phones by Changing the CSC Code

Call recording is a useful feature that allows you to record your phone conversations for various purposes. However, not all Samsung phones have this feature enabled by default, due to legal or regional restrictions. In this guide, I will show you how to enable call recording on your Samsung phone by changing the CSC (Country Specific Code) code of your device. This will also allow you to use other features such as Samsung Pay and Call ID, depending on the CSC code you choose.

Enable Call Recording on Samsung Phones by Changing the CSC Code
Enable Call Recording on Samsung Phones by Changing the CSC Code

What is CSC and Why It Matters

CSC stands for Country Specific Code, and it is a code that determines the region, carrier, and features of your Samsung phone. Each CSC code has a different set of features and settings, such as languages, network modes, updates, and more. By changing the CSC code, you can access features that are not available in your default region.

For example, some regions have call recording enabled by default, while others do not. Some regions also have Samsung Pay and Call ID enabled, while others do not. By changing the CSC code, you can enable these features on your Samsung phone, as long as your phone supports them.

How to Change the CSC Code Using the SamFw Tool

One of the easiest and safest methods to change the CSC code of your Samsung phone is to use the SamFw tool. SamFw is a free tool that lets you download the official firmware for your Samsung phone, based on your model number and CSC code. You can also use the SamFw tool to flash the firmware, disable Knox, disable software update, remove bloatware, and more. You can download from here SamFw tool.

Here are the steps to change the CSC code using the SamFw tool:

  1. Launch the SamFw tool.
  2. Select a CSC code that supports call recording from the list below. Alternatively, you can manually enter the CSC code if you know it.
  3. Once the CSC code is entered in the SamFw tool, click the start button and wait.
  4. Your phone will reboot automatically and start. Congratulations! You have successfully changed the CSC code of your phone.

How to Enable Call Recording

After changing the CSC code, you can enable call recording on your Samsung phone by following these steps:

  1. Open the phone native dialer app and tap the three dots on the top right of the screen.
  2. Tap Settings and then tap Record Calls.
  3. Toggle Auto record calls ON. You can also choose to record calls from all numbers, unsaved numbers, or selected numbers.
  4. You can also enable the option to show a notification during calls, which will allow you to start or stop recording manually.
  5. To access your recorded calls, go to the Phone app and tap the three dots on the top right of the screen. Tap Recorded calls and you will see a list of your recordings. You can play, delete, share, or rename your recordings from here.

List of CSC Codes that Support Call Recording

Here are some of the CSC codes that support call recording on Samsung phones. You can choose any of these codes when using the SamFw tool to download the firmware for your phone. Note that some of these codes may also enable other features such as Samsung Pay and Call ID, depending on the region.

  • Bangladesh (BNG) – Call only
  • Thailand (CAM/MYM/THL) – Call + SPay
  • Egypt (EGY) – Call only
  • Israel (ILO) – Call only
  • Laos (LAO) – Call only
  • Libya (BTC/LYS) – Call only
  • Nepal (NPL) – Call only
  • Sri Lanka (SLK) – Call only
  • Algeria (TMC/WTL) – Call only
  • Tunisia (TUN) – Call only
  • Vietnam (XXV) – Call + SPay
  • Indonesia (XID) – Call only
  • India (INS) – Call + SPay

Conclusion

I hope this guide was helpful and you were able to enable call recording on your Samsung phone by changing the CSC code using the SamFw tool. If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment below. Thank you for reading and if you love this blog don’t forget to share!

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