Cannot record custom voicemail greeting on iOS 15.1 or 15.2Completed
I have two numbers, and the behavior is the same. It is also the same between iOS 15.1 and 15.2, and persisted after a delete and re-install of the MySudo application. This is an iPhone XR.
Settings -> Select Sudo -> Calls -> Voicemail Greeting -> Custom
When I click Record I see the orange microphone notification pop up in the top left of the iOS status bar or toolbar or whatever you call it. But it only pops up for a split second and then disappears. The word Record never changes into whatever it is supposed to - "Recording," or suchlike.
The recording length shows 0:00 and I think it actually does record a split fraction of a second of what I say into the microphone. If I hit play I can hear the smallest possible clip of a recording. By making absolutely ludicrous sounds with my voice consisting of a high register tone, and then a low register tone, I can tell it is recording just the smallest snippet of my voice.
As for microphone permissions: when I install MySudo, iOS asks me to allow microphone permissions. I do. I can verify that these are enabled in iOS settings. I can turn the permission off, and it will re-prompt me, and I allow it, and still the above behavior persists.
It seems like if the permissions were an issue, I'd just be prompted by iOS to enable the permission; instead the record function just seems to crash or die.
I have attempted a delete and reinstall of the app and this does not appear to fix it. And the behavior is the same for both of my numbers.
I have also attempted to remove my pants and record the custom greeting completely pantsless, kind of blowing in the wind, and I get the same result.
Enochian incantations: same deal. Prayers of contrition to the One True God, same issue.
I am considering sending a Tweet to Paul Giamatti but I am less than optimistic that he will have useful information for me.
Thus I throw myself upon your mercy and offer myself in thrall to your developers for one billion years.
This last line is, of course, a lie. But I hope you can help, nonetheless.