How To Record the Screen On Android

How To Record the Screen On Android (3 Methods)

How To Record the Screen On AndroidA screenshot isn’t always enough to capture a moment. What if you want to capture something in motion? For moments like these, recording video is the best option? So how do you record your Android screen anyway? We’d like to say all you have to do is tap a button in your camera settings, but it’s actually just as easy if you’re willing to download an app.

However, don’t worry, you don’t have to download an app if you want to do a screen recording, but it’s a lot easier if you can. For everyone that doesn’t want another app taking up space on your phone, ADB is hare to save the day, but only if you have time to set it up.

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  1. Hey Strider,
    Really a great post! Thanks for sharing. I have rooted my android smartphone and now needs to install the Screen Recorder. Could you help me in doing that?
    Thanks in advance.

  2. Very informative! Thanks for showing clearly how to record Android screen. I have two phones, one Android and one iPhone, for someone who want to record iPhone screen, I’d recommend acethinker iPhone screen recorder, free and simple to use.

  3. With AZ Recorder, I want to record screen overlays, but when I go to the video it is stuck on that screen where I pulled up the overlay, without the overlay showing up. I want to be able to show the overlay in the video.

    How do I do this?

    1. Unfortunately, since Android recognizes AZ screen recorder as an overlay, it will not work with other overlays.

  4. Why don’t I have the “settings_screenrecord_long_press” option under feature flags? I’m running Android 9 on Samsung Note 8. I don’t want to download a 3rd party app.

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