You will need an adapter. Or maybe two. I use headphones with separate mic jack on my Android/iPhone... nifty little adapter combines mic and heaphones (as would be used on a laptop) into single jack. I'll try to find the source.Brah wrote:Thanks SE, that looks like what I was looking for.
Only thing is I'm not sure that the Line In will work as expected, it's mono, and the Line In on Android is triple-banded for mic and stereo headphones.
I believe this refers to recording calls from the Android phone. Most phones cannot record the incoming person's voice because of the way the phone is constructed. This hack probably won't work for most phones anyway.Brah wrote:Just found this, from a trusted source:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthr ... ?t=1441643
mentions rooting the phone
I gather that you are thinking about a device to which you would connect the USB headphones/mic, and in turn, plug it into a USB slot on the PC, such that the device would record both sides of the conversation?Brah wrote:Bump for this part:
I am also now looking for a kind of USB recording device that could go between the office PC and the USB headset.
This will be very difficult to find. Are you using Skype as your comm tool?Brah wrote:Yes, something between the headphones and the PC, both side USB
Not Skype, this is a work PC and an internal conference application that you can dial in by phone, or, get the audio through the PC via the conference application and the USB headset.Strong Eagle wrote:This will be very difficult to find. Are you using Skype as your comm tool?Brah wrote:Yes, something between the headphones and the PC, both side USB
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