How to Stop Call Recording Announcement in Redmi 12 5G?

Ever wished you could record calls without the annoying “This call is now being recorded” announcement on your Redmi 12 5G? Well, now you can!

The device comes with a built-in Google Dialer app.  One annoying thing about the dialer is the automated message that plays when you start recording a call.

This announcement informs both parties that the call is being recorded and can be disruptive and unnecessary in certain situations.

With a few simple steps and a third-party app, you can easily disable this announcement and enjoy uninterrupted call recordings.

What You’ll Need:

  • Your Redmi 12 5G smartphone
  • Third-party TTS (Text-to-Speech) app (TTSLexx recommended)
  • Access to your phone’s settings.

Steps to Disable the Call Recording Announcement

  1. Install a Third-Party TTS App: Download a third-party TTS app like TTSLexx from the Google Play Store. These apps allow you to customize your phone’s text-to-speech settings.
  2. Disable Google Dialer Auto-Updates: To prevent future updates from undoing your changes, disable auto-updates for the Google Dialer app:
    1. Open the Google Play Store.
    2. Locate the Google Dialer app.
    3. Tap the three-dot menu.
    4. Select “Disable auto-update”.
  3. Set Preferred TTS Engine: Select the third-party TTS engine you installed (TTSLexx) as your preferred text-to-speech output:
    Set Preferred TTS Engine

    1. Open your phone’s Settings > Additional Settings.
    2. Tap on Language and input.
    3. Select “Text-to-speech output”.
    4. From the Preferred engine choose the TTSLexx app.
  4. Clear Google Dialer App Data: To ensure the changes take effect, clear the Google Dialer app’s data:
    1. Long-press the Google Dialer app icon.
    2. Select “App info”.
    3. Go to “Storage”.
    4. Tap “Clear all data”.
  5. Restart Your Phone: Restart your Redmi 12 5G to complete the process.

Testing Your Success:

  1. Make a call using the Google Dialer app.
  2. Start recording the call by tapping the record button.
  3. Check if the “This call is now being recorded” announcement is no longer played.

That’s it! You’ve successfully disabled the call recording announcement on your Redmi 12 5G. Now you can record calls without any distractions.

About Redmi 12 5G:

The Redmi 12 5G, unveiled on August 1, 2023, and released on August 4, is a feature-packed smartphone that brings 5G connectivity to users. Boasting a hybrid dual SIM setup with Nano-SIM support and dual stand-by functionality, this device is designed with durability in mind, featuring an IP53 rating for dust and splash resistance. The body is crafted with a combination of Gorilla Glass on the front and back, held together by a sturdy plastic frame.

Equipped with a large 6.79-inch IPS LCD display offering a 90Hz refresh rate and 550 nits of brightness, the Redmi 12 5G provides an immersive visual experience. Running on Android 13 with MIUI 14, the smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 chipset, featuring an octa-core CPU and Adreno 613 GPU. Memory options include 128GB storage with 4GB, 6GB, or 8GB RAM configurations, along with a microSDXC card slot for expandable storage.

In the camera department, the Redmi 12 5G features a dual main camera setup with a 50 MP wide lens and a 2 MP depth sensor, complemented by LED flash and HDR support. The selfie camera is an 8 MP wide lens that supports HDR. With additional features such as a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, accelerometer, compass, and virtual proximity sensing, this device ensures a secure and intuitive user experience. The 5000 mAh non-removable battery supports 18W wired charging and PD technology. Available in Jade Black, Pastel Blue, and Moonstone Silver.

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