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I just installed Automatic Call Recorder, which almost does as I ask - it can auto-record all calls. But it stores them to an "inbox" on the device, and deletes old items when the inbox is filled.

I'd like to auto-record any call and then auto-sync every call to Dropbox. How can I achieve this? I would also like to know the disk space it takes.

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You can do this from the app you are currently using. Go to the settings and click the dropbox link which can be found under Cloud. Make sure you have installed Dropbox and you're connected to the internet.

Automatic Call Recorder
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There are other options such as Call Recorder with DropBox as well.

  • I don't think it does that. I did enable Dropbox integration, but uploading a recording to Dropbox is manual, I can't simply tell it to upload all recordings to Dropbox. – ripper234 Jul 22 '13 at 7:31
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    @ripper234 Did you try the other alternative I have mentioned? – Sid Jul 22 '13 at 15:42
  • Not yet, haven't had the time. – ripper234 Jul 23 '13 at 7:15
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Use any application you want for recording your calls!

Use an app like DropSpace to set up sync lists, mark your recording directory and voila you are done and set to go like a BOSS :D

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I know this comes way late, but try Dropsync, which syncs to Dropbox automatically - rather more the way Dropbox' desktop app works than its mobile app does. It can sync on a schedule or continuously watch files for changes and sync on any change. I use the pro version and can recommend it as having been reliable and trouble free.

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