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How to secretly record audio on your Android Device

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There might be some situation where you need to secretly record voices without letting anybody know that you are recording it.This may also be helpful in performing pranks and other fun stuff.All you need to do is download this app given below.This app starts just with one touch and it does not even have any User interface,and the moment you starts the app it starts recording and the person sitting next you can’t know the recording is started .This app is installed with the name SARP (for pro version) and SARF (for free version) making it hard to recognize

Here is the Step wise procedure

Steps:-

1.Download this app:

Free Version:- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.terboel.sarf

Pro Version:- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.terboel.sarp

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2.Start the App,the moment you start the app it will start recording

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3.To stop the recording ,just touch the app’s icon and the recording will stop

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4.You can hear the recording from Notification Panel or from their default location : /mnt/sdcard/tmp

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Note: Do not use this app for negative purposes,We are not responsible for any unethical use.Use positively

Drop comments below about your experience and if are facing any problems , do let us know

 

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  1. I’m going to a Cirque du Soleil show soon and am going to record the music. I was wondering what recording device is small and can record up to 80 minutes of music in multiplle formats (MP3, WAV etc..) with decent quality. I’m looking for something not too expensive. Thanks.

  2. Is it possible to record a Yamaha DTXtreme IIS electronic drum kit using a Line 6 MIDI Mobilizer for iPod Touch? I am planning on recording my band using an AmpliTube iRig to record the electric guitar and bass and the MIDI Mobilizer to record the electronic drum kit. What app would be best to do this with? NanoStudio? Xewton Music Studio? AmpliTube? Or a combination?

    Any recommendations?

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