由于Android 9（饼图）Google Play已禁止应用程序，这些应用程序不是主要的电话应用程序来访问呼叫日志。另一个问题似乎是，由于先前的Android版本，似乎似乎似乎是父母的电话录制呼叫质量似乎严重降级。
for context，读取 Google Play Store更改SMS并调用日志策略。
Since Android 9 (pie) Google Play has forbidden apps that are not the primary telephony app to access the call logs. The other problem seem to be that the phone recording call quality especially of the party on the other end has seemed to be severely degraded since the prior Android version.
For context, read Google Play Store Changes SMS and Call Log Policy.
Related post: Access the call-log to complement what has been banned by policy
You can't unless your device is rooted or if you are running Android 8 or earlier
Thanks to Irfan who commented
On Android 9+ an app can read call logs only if it holds
READ_CALL_LOGpermission, which is intended to be granted only to the apps registered as default phone app (on Android 10+ it also requires whitelisting restricted permissions during app installation). Additionally apps published on Play Store cannot hold
READ_CALL_LOGpermission if they aren't capable of being used as default phone app which includes call recording apps.
For the same reason some call recording and other apps which need to access call logs or ongoing call's phone number publish two different versions of their apps; one on Play Store (without
READ_CALL_LOGpermission) and the other with the said permission.
Android has blocked call recording from Android 9 onwards (country specfic) . This has been resisted by several users as you can see in the issue tracker.
Only silver lining is that at some point of time it may be restored in future versions as mentioned in the issue tracker
Our development team has been adding call recording APIs on their road map. Its something that we would like to address in a future version of Android. However due to the security and privacy implications of such APIs it is not something we can deliver for the Q release.
Without root, you cannot overcome these limitations - poor quality of recording, one sided recording, caller identity not being tagged (as in the related question which you linked). You can see these complaints in the latest reviews of the app you linked.
Side loading an older APK isn't going to help if you are on Android 9 or above, since OS itself is blocking it. Some call recorders like Boldbeast have made Magisk modules to overcome these limitations. On OnePlus devices, you can similarly record using a Magisk module.
If you don't want to root your phone, star the issue tracker and hope that call recording and maybe access to call logs is restored in future versions
Android 9 (pie) app that keeps track of call details without access to call logs:
Call Recorder - Cube ACR
Call Recorder - Cube ACR provides:
(a) The date and time of the call.
(b) The duration of the call.
(c) The size of the recording in bytes.
(d) The phone number or the name of the person (if in contacts).
(e) Incoming or Outgoing call.
It uses Accessibility App Connectors to get access to this data.
This answer will only work for developers of Android apps, yet works quite well in this case. It doesn't provide access to the actual call logs but it does provide access to the same information. Accessibility App Connectors allow the underlying program to "see' the data that is on the display screen and be notified of events such as placing or receiving a phone call.
The following Google Play app is an example of an app that uses this method. It records the Contact name or the phone number of all phone calls and it does this on Android 9 (Pie) without rooting the phone.
Call Recorder - Cube ACR
The above app has an app connector that lets it access the current phone number and display either the contact name or the phone number if the number is not in the phone contacts. The recorded call quality in speaker phone mode seems pretty good. This app does not require rooting the phone.
Because of the above Google Play policy change it may be the case that every phone call recorder app on Google play always has poor quality unless in speaker phone mode. The quality of many of them even in speaker phone mode seems degraded for the other caller. I tested about a dozen of the most popular apps for recording quality. This one may be the best of the twelve. I still have to run some more tests to make sure.
There is a big difference when tested on someone's voicemail message and when tested with an actual person on the other end. Quite often (even in speaker phone mode) the person on the other end is at only half the volume.