Disable Call Recording Voice from Oppo & Vivo Phones

How to disable call recording pre-announcement in Google Phone app

The Google phone app comes pre-installed on almost every smartphone today, including Nokia, Samsung, OnePlus, Vivo, Oppo, IQOO, Realme, Xiaomi, Poco, Motorola, Sony, and Honor. The app is used on several regional phone brands as well. So, this is quite a universal guide and should work across

Google Dialer uses text-to-speech to read the text and make the call recording announcement. So, we are going to tackle this problem by using a different text-to-speech service. The change possibly leaves the Google Phone app unable to generate the audio file to playback as the recording announcement, thereby keeping it silent. Google might fix this problem in a future update to the Google Phone app – use it till it lasts!

  1. Install TTSLexx app from Play Store.
    Download TTSLexx
  2. Open Settings > System > Accessibility on your Android phone.
  3. Scroll and choose “Text-to-speech Output”.
  4. Tap on Preferred engine and change the value to “TTSLexx” from Speech Services by Google. Confirm the subsequent standard warning.
    Text to Speech App settings in Android 11
  5. Open Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps on your phone.
  6. Scroll and find the “Phone” app. Tap on it to open its details.
  7. Tap on “Storage and cache”. Then tap on “Clear storage“.
    Clear Data of the Google Phone app
  8. ✅It’s done! Open the Phone app, make a call and start recording to see the magic.

If you have doubts about the app, then you can switch the Text-to-Speech provider back to “Speech Services by Google”. The call recording announcement will still remain disabled until the Phone app refreshes its data or if you restart the phone. You can repeat the steps again when the announcement is active again.

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