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View Poll Results: Would you like call recording option in your Blackberry?
Yes 4 57.14%
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I scared of Legal Issues......... 0 0%
I just want option but think of using it..... 2 28.57%
I Desparately need it 1 14.29%
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Old 01-21-2010, 02:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi There,
I googled for application "Call Recording" for Blackberry 8120 Pearl, but left with no luck... Everybody are saying.... that it is due to a legal issue...... Ok...
But I still have a small hope that it is exist or it is in beta........
If you know ny kinda application please help me........ ( my country of residence is India and I dont bother about Legal Issues of Recording a Call.).........
Help would be appreciated....... Thank you...................
Desparado...............
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Old 01-21-2010, 03:08 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Afaik, there's nothing because of legal issues (as u said).

Your better off searching the forums.... Better stuff here than google
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I Googles also.................. But no luck yet........
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Would anyone be willing to help me learn RIM programming/point me towards a guide? I have messed with the RAZR and Android systems in the past...if it's mostly java based, I'd be willing to help co-develop a version for the 8100 in parallel for the 8120 as I "recently" acquired one when my GF got the myTouch3G.

I know I'm a newbie here, so most won't take me seriously (as with ANY interwebz forum); but if people can't accept that I am 100% willing to help, especially if it benefits me in some way, then they can go troll (there's always one...) somewhere else.

It helps that I just started working for a 3rd party retailer for T-mob, etc; so if you're willing to give me a chance, I would totally be down. I'm sure if it's java based, I can take a look at the recording program on the Android system as I've already skimmed the source code with my GTUG group.
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Old 01-24-2010, 09:15 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Wuzzer, why not check out the Developer section of this forum? And the RIM/BlackBerry Java Developer section, they have a whole team devoted to users/developers like you.

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On topic, as you can probably already tell, I have already tried where you have mentioned to no avail. I was hoping for a 3rd party website for someone who is willing to give me a few pointers. I'm sure it can't be too much different from programming on a V3, myTouch3G right?? (Forgive my lack of knowledge, I just got into the BB modding world. I wasted 2 years studying Computer Science at UCIrvine only to come back to a CC and take up automotive engineering.)
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Well... "this" is a third-party website. We're not RIM.

And like mentioned, RIM does have it's own Java Developer forum where lots of beginners get help.
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Yes, I understand that...sorry I wasn't clearer. What I meant was a step by step kind of guide similar to this V3 modding website I started my modding "career?" with.
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I'd start with this link:
BlackBerry - BlackBerry Developer Zone

I don't know what your definition of "modding" is, but developing applications is possbile. Messing with the core OS won't happen.
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Ok, I figured as much. Thanks. Will get back to this when I'm more experienced. Only phone nowadays that's truly open source is probably the Android based ones. I can see Google becoming SkyNet in about a decade lol...
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