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Phone Call Recording Apps Only Record One Side Of The Conversation

I have a Sony XA1 running Android 8 and it doesn’t matter which phone call recorder I install, it only records one side of the conversation either me or the caller. All the apps do the same on my HTC Desire too

I’m not sure if it is the app at fault as they all seem to do the samething and this didn’t start happening until I updated the android version towards the end of last year.

Does anyone know of a solution to this issue?

Thanks

Conversation mode is on, but each reply from my friend ends up in a separate thread

The thread titled "<the subject>" started normally and numbered nine messages, when something strange began to happen: the replies of my friend get titled "Re: <the subject>" and end up each in a new thread of its own in GMail. The conversation view is still on. What could cause this and how do I cause all these separate threads and the future replies to be joined with the original thread?

Messaging system – deleting a conversation

I am building a messaging system on my website. This is a threaded messaging system where a conversation can take place between two people. One of the challenges I’m working on is how to handle deleting a conversation. I am thinking of doing this similarly to how SMS conversations work on mobile phones:

  • User A deletes a conversation.
  • The conversation is only deleted from User A’s inbox.
  • User B can still view and reply to the conversation. He/she will not know that User A has deleted the conversation on their end.
  • If User B sends a reply, the conversation will re-appear in User A’s inbox – however the previous conversation history is not visible to them.

Do you think this is a good way to go about it? Or should a conversation disappear from both inboxes once it is deleted by either user?

One of the reasons I don’t want to go down that route is if in case User A sends an abusive message and then deletes the conversation before User B has an opportunity to report it.

Custom button or bookmarklet to toggle Conversation View On/Off

I’m trying to write a script that will add a button (or even use a bookmarklet) to toggle Conversation View on and off.

This works, some of the time, to do the toggling:

window.location.href = "https://mail.google.com"+window.location.pathname+"#settings/general"; setTimeout(function() {     convTogs = document.getElementsByName("bx_vmb");         if (convTogs[0].checked) convTogs[1].click();          else convTogs[0].click();         document.querySelector("[guidedhelpid=save_changes_button]").click(); }, 5000); 

This adds the button where I want it:

var btn = document.createElement("div"); btn.id = "cvtoggle"; btn.classList.add("G-Ni","J-J5-Ji"); btn.innerHTML = "ConversationView"; btn.setAttribute("onclick", _____code____); document.getElementsByClassName("Cr aqJ")[0].prepend(btn) 

but whatever ___code___ I use, I get an error in console:

Refused to execute inline event handler because it violates the following Content Security Policy directive: “script-src ‘report-sample’ ‘nonce-30MWHJuxRebUkp5KrawUmw’ ‘unsafe-inline’ ‘strict-dynamic’ https: http: ‘unsafe-eval'”. Note that ‘unsafe-inline’ is ignored if either a hash or nonce value is present in the source list.

Also, the method of going to Settings is poor; it causes a full refresh.

The selector for the “Setting” link in the gear menu is document.querySelector('#ms > div') but I can’t figure out how to “click” it.

Deleting messenger conversation on both sides

I need to remove a conversation history on both sides. Asking politely is not an option i’m afraid. This statement seems logical. Has anyone tried it and does it work? “start by accessing your conversation in Facebook Messenger. Make sure to open the specific thread with the individual you wish to remove. Click the wheel in the top right corner to open the Options for the conversation. Choose “Delete Conversation” to remove all of the messages. Select the “Options menu” again and choose “Block User” to prevent any further interactions on Messenger with this individual. Next, open that person’s profile in Facebook and choose “Unfriend” to permanently remove the connection and all conversations.”