Earlier versions of iOS except 9.0 do not allow the export of voicemail audio files, which we require for this trick to work. Another requirement is that your provider allows you to use the iPhone voicemail feature, which is not a given for all vendors. You can learn more about iOS voicemail in our designated article.
Call a person on your iPhone. It can also be a conference call that you want to record.
When the call is established, tap Add Call on the Phone app's screen. You are then brought to your contact list. Select your own contact from your address book or go to the keypad by selecting it from the bottom button bar and dial your own number, then confirm with the green dial button.
Because you're already on the call, bringing your own number will take you straight to your voicemail, which is precisely what we want.
This will add your voicebox to the conference call. As soon as the voicemail call is established and you have heard the beep that indicates that it is recording, go back to the interface and select merge calls.
After the greeting message has been played and Visual Voicemail has started recording the call, tap the Merge Calls button on the calling screen.
The iPhone will combine your first call with the other one that went to your voicemail, meaning you're now actually recording the conversation right into your voicemail.
End the call and then tap the Voicemail tab within the Phone app and wait until your recorded conversation appears in the interface as a voicemail message.
Your iPhone must be connected to your carrier's cellular data network for new voicemails to be downloaded to the device.
Open up the Phone app on your iPhone to Export the recording and select the Voicemail feature from the bottom button bar. Select the recording, then tap the Share button.
Choose if you'd like to wirelessly send the audio file to your Mac via AirDrop, attach it to a message or email message, send it to Notes or shoot the file to one of your favorite apps in iOS multi-purpose Share menu, like Dropbox (you can use Dropbox on how to transfer Photos from iPhone to PC)
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