If your Android device doesn’t have a built-in screen recording feature or if you prefer to use a third-party app for screen recording, you can use a screen recording app available on the Google Play Store. One popular screen recording app is “Screen Recorder – Record, Capture, Edit” by AppSmartz. Here’s how you can use this app to screen record on Android:
Step 1: Download and install the screen recording app Open the Google Play Store on your Android device and search for “Screen Recorder – Record, Capture, Edit” by AppSmartz. Tap on the app from the search results and click on the “Install” button to download and install it on your device.
Step 2: Open the screen recording app Once the app is installed, locate the app icon on your home screen or app drawer and tap on it to open the screen recording app.
Step 3: Adjust recording settings (optional) Before you start recording, you can customize the recording settings according to your preferences. The app usually provides options to adjust video resolution, frame rate, bit rate, and audio settings. You can access these settings by tapping on the gear icon or the three-dot menu icon within the app.
Step 4: Start the screen recording In the screen recording app, you’ll typically find a large “Record” button on the screen. Tap on the “Record” button to start the screen recording. You may be prompted to grant necessary permissions for the app to record your screen.
Step 5: Record your screen Once the recording starts, a floating toolbar or a small recording control panel may appear on your screen, allowing you to pause, resume, or stop the recording. You can also find options to enable or disable audio recording and adjust other recording settings within the app interface.
Step 6: End the screen recording When you’re finished recording, tap on the “Stop” button in the screen recording app or in the floating toolbar to end the recording. The app may display a confirmation message or provide additional options, such as editing or sharing the recorded video.
Step 7: Access your screen recording After stopping the screen recording, the app will usually provide a prompt or notification with options to access the recorded video. You can typically find the recorded videos in the app’s gallery or in a designated folder within your device’s storage.
Step 8: Edit and share your screen recording (optional) If the screen recording app includes editing features, you can trim, crop, add effects, or make other adjustments to your recorded video before sharing it. Within the app, you may find options to edit, save, or share the recorded video directly to various platforms or messaging apps.
Please note that the exact steps and features may vary depending on the screen recording app you choose. It’s recommended to refer to the app’s documentation or in-app tutorials for more specific instructions tailored to the particular screen recording app you decide to use.
Remember to respect privacy and copyright laws when recording and sharing content.