How to Record Internal Audio on Your iPhone?

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Recording from an external source such as an aux input on your iPhone can be a great way to capture interviews, podcasts, or live performances. With the right hardware and , you can easily record high-quality audio directly from your iPhone.

First of all, you'll need to connect your external source (such as an aux input) to your iPhone using a compatible cable or adapter. Once the connection is established, open the Voice Memos app and tap the red Record button at the bottom of the screen. You should then see the option to select “Audio Source” in the recording settings. Tap on this option and choose “Aux Input” from the list of available audio sources.

Now that the correct audio source is selected, you can begin recording! You can adjust other settings such as recording quality and bit rate before starting. Once you're ready to start recording, simply press play on your external source device and hit record in Voice Memos. When finished, hit Stop in Voice Memos and save your file to iCloud Drive or another cloud storage service for easy access later.

Recording aux input on an iPhone is a great way to capture high-quality audio without having to invest in expensive external audio equipment. With just a few simple steps and some basic knowledge, you can easily achieve professional-level sound recordings directly from your iPhone!

How to Record Internal Audio on Your iPhone? 1

Recording Internal Audio on an iPhone

Yes, iPhones can record internal audio. To do this, you need to open the Control Center by swiping up from the bottom of the screen and holding your finger in place until it appears. Then, tap on the gray Record icon to ensure that any audio playing on the device is captured.

Recording Audio Secretly on an iPhone

To secretly record audio on your iPhone, you will need to download a third-party voice recording app. After downloading the app, you can enable the lock screen recording feature by going to the More Menu (three vertical dots) and selecting Start Recording at Scheduled Time. This will allow you to start and stop recordings without unlocking your phone or opening the app. You can also set a password for extra and ensure that only you have access to the recordings. Additionally, some offer features like background noise reduction and cloud backup storage to further protect your recordings.

Recording Internal Audio and Microphone

To record internal audio and mic on an Android device, first swipe down the function tab at the top of your screen. Then, find a tile labeled “Screen recorder” on the second page and long-press it to access its settings. From here, select “System audio and microphone sound” as your sound setting. Once this is done, you are ready to record both your internal audio and microphone sound with the Screen Recorder.


In conclusion, recording internal audio on an iPhone with a Home button is a simple process. By swiping up from the bottom of the screen and holding your finger in place until the Control Center appears, you can access the gray Record icon. Tapping on this icon will ensure that any audio playing on the device is captured, allowing you to easily record internal audio on your iPhone.

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Sanjeev Singh

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