A week ago there was a long-awaited release of Android Pie, however from the very first days many users began to notice negative changes. So, it was reported that some models of smartphones, when upgraded to the latest version of the OS, experienced charging problems. Now it turned out that the new Android is blocking the work of many popular programs recording telephone conversations.
Google has long struggled with applications for recording telephone conversations, as in some countries such actions may violate the current legislation. That's why such applications were originally required to signal the start of the recording, later with programs of this type, Marshmallow fought. Now with the release of the 9th version of the Android program, the recording started working only with the superuser rights.
At the moment, no program has been able to circumvent the limitations of Android Pie.