How to record the screen on an Android device Part 2

With that done, you can now access the screen recorder when opening quick settings.

How to record the screen on an Android device  Part 2
Record the screen on an Android device  Part 2

Screen recording with apps

If you don't have an Android 10 device from LG, OnePlus, or Samsung? Don't worry, you don't have to buy a new phone just to record your screen. You just need to download an app that does the job. Here are some great screen recording apps.

AZ Screen Recorder

AZ Recorder is a pure recording app with no time limit or watermark. Best of all, it is easy to use, with no major configuration required.

First of all, start by downloading and opening the app. Once launched, it will display a series of circuits on your screen, with options for recording, screenshot, live broadcast, etc. Select the Save option and you will be asked to confirm the screen recording. Once started, you can stop recording by swiping your finger down on your screen and tapping the stop button in your notifications.

When you're not saving, the app will keep its logo overlay on your screen so you can quickly access it if needed. Or if you'd rather not have it, drag it to the X at the bottom of the screen to remove it. Restarting the app will bring back the floating button.

You can return to the app settings by clicking on the floating button and clicking on the gear icon. This will take you to a menu where you can adjust several aspects of the video quality before starting recording, which is useful if you need a specific quality or want to free up space for video files.

The app also provides simple editing tools and gives you the option to draw on the screen while recording, making it a great choice for professionals. The app also includes the ability to trim and edit the video, crop the screen if needed, replace the audio with what you want, and convert the sections to GIF if needed. Visit this area to make your final edits before you're ready to participate.

Screen Recorder & Video Recorder - XRecorder

Here's another third-party video monitor and recorder, just in case you don't like the other screens pictured above. Developed by InShot, it is very popular with over 100 million downloads and over 2 million reviews (with 4.5 stars out of 5). It is very easy to use and only requires you to choose a video from the bottom tab and then click the record button to start recording your screen.

it is possible to show the Shade notifications anytime during recording to pause recording, and obviously you can also re-enter the app itself and hit the stop button. You can also use the app to share your recordings and take screenshots, and it also provides you with a set of settings to change them according to your own preferences. This includes quality options and the ability to mute as well as the ability to change the direction of your recordings.

XRecorder is a free app to download and use, but it's a free version with occasional pop-up ads. You can remove the ads by paying $ 6.

Mobizen Screen Recorder

Mobizen offers HD recording which is very similar to the AZ app, so it's a good option to try if AZ doesn't work for you.

Download and launch it from the application menu. After a quick installation process, Mobizen will place a small “air circle” icon on your phone screen and guide you through its use. When you are ready to record, click the record button to begin. (Note that the camera icon only takes screenshots.) You'll see a three-second countdown before the app starts recording.

Note that the aerial circle remains visible on your screen, it will not appear on your recorded images. Select it again and tap the pause icon to pause the video whenever you need to. The top button has a red stop button while recording, and you can select it at any time to stop the video.

After stopping the recording, a window will appear and allow you to watch the video you just made. If you want to edit your creation, choose this (viewing your video will still be an app option as long as you've saved it). You'll see a pencil-and-paper edit icon below the footage as you watch, and clicking on it will allow you to edit your video. You can cut and split, add background music, add intros and outros, and get the video the way you want.

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