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Recording Open Carry interactions??


Regular Member
Mar 1, 2009
Marysville, Washington, USA
Just wondering what the best recording app is for an android smart phone that wont stop if you get a call and if there is a way to record straight to a sight on the internet that would prevent prying officers from deleting a recording from your phone?

just trying to be proactive.


Regular Member
Apr 27, 2011
I use Bambuser. Same idea as Qik, but I liked some of the client features better. It's a good idea to do several tests to figure out what resolution will stream live to the Internet without skips. I set mine pretty low - like 320 x 240 with high quality audio. People that know your channel name can watch the video live as you stream it, or after the fact.


I tried Qik (the one J1MB0B pointed out) and it seems fine - there were just a couple things about the Bambuser client that I liked better.


Campaign Veteran
May 6, 2011
I always get concerned with QiK, I had lost some recordings before when I was in a poor internet location and I could not find the local copy.

I use 'Easy Voice Recorder Free', its low profile and I have yet to have a time in which it stopped recording. It is just a voice recorder though. I typically start it when I get out and about and just let it run, Ill go through and clean the audio up later that night or whenever out of space. I would recommend recording on a high quality and just clearing space at end of day, high quality will let you tune it better if needed later.