The Voice recording feature of TheOneSpy comprises of three sub-features, Mic Bug, Spy Call and Recorded Calls. In the Voice recording feature, the taped mobile phone device turns into a recorder. The “Mic Bug” and the “Spy Call” sub-features allow you to record the sounds from the surroundings of the target device. The third sub-feature “Recorded Calls” enables you to record mobile phone call conversations.
The three main sub-features of the Voice Recording feature in TheOneSpy app are Mic Bug, Spy Call, and Recorded Calls. The Mic Bug and Spy Call sub-features are used to record voices and sounds in the surrounding space of the mobile devices.
The difference between the two is that Mic Bug sub-feature requires Internet connectivity and Spy Call uses the mobile network. These two sub-features of Voice Recording are very easy to use and have a little different method to make them work.
For the Mic Bug feature, you have to click twice. One click to create a command called “Bug” for the recording the surrounding sounds and another click to send that command or bug to the target mobile phone device, you can also choose the duration of the recording. In the Spy Call sub feature a “no ring” call has to be made muting your Mic to listen to the voices taking place in the target mobile device over the mobile phone network.
The third sub-feature for “Voice Recording” feature of TOS is the “Recorded Calls.” This feature only records all the calls where different conversations take place on the target mobile phone device.
All these three ways of voice recordings are stored on the monitoring app and the web-based control panel of TheOneSpy where they can be listened and downloaded easily.