Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 returns call recording
As you know, the Redmi Note 8 smartphone became one of the first Xiaomi devices that come with Google Phone and Messages applications out of the box instead of their counterparts from the proprietary MIUI interface.
At one time, the Chinese company explained this step by the need to comply with laws and maintain confidentiality in certain regions of the world.
It should be noted here that Xiaomi is not the only smartphone manufacturer to take such a step. For example, OnePlus has also started shipping its new devices with Google Phone and Messages, replacing their equivalents from the OxygenOS firmware. After that, users of OnePlus devices widely criticized the manufacturer's move, but, unlike Xiaomi, OnePlus took the criticism to heart and hinted at the re-introduction of OxygenOS applications. Xiaomi doesn't seem to want to do the same, but is actually trying to give users more options in the current situation and adds missing features – the last of which is built-in support for recording conversations on the Redmi Note 8 smartphone. And this feature suddenly appeared on several devices Redmi Note 8 around the world, and users are definitely happy.
I'm so happy. Finally, 6 months later I got MIUI 12 and the ability to record conversations in Redmi Note 8.
Apparently, in Redmi Note 8 there is a record of conversations after updating components or firmware to fresh assemblies of MIUI 12. However, the user interface during the conversation now looks like this: