Until Android 11 was released, recording the screen on Android smartphones had been a bit complex, demanding process. You had to use third-party applications that are often malicious. Now on Android 11, you can record content on your device like audio and video without the use of a third-party app. This can be accessed from the drop-down navigation menu found on most Android smartphones.’
How to use Screen Recorder in Android 11?
Earlier, the screen recording feature depended entirely on the company that manufactured your smartphone. For example, Samsung smartphones have built-in screen recorder while Google and Motorola don’t. Now, Android 11 makes this feature universal across all brands. Here is how you can use screen recording on your smartphone having Android 11.
- Swipe down from the top of your smartphone screen to open the notification box.
- Swipe down once more to get the Quick Settings.
- in the settings panel, locate the screen recorder icon.
- Select the Screen Record.
- Choose if you want to record audio and show the position of your touch on the screen.
- Choose the Start option to begin the screen recording.
- When you have done the recording, again go to your notification panel.
- Select the option in red that asks you to Tap to stop the recording.
It is to be noted that as soon as your start the screen recording, a small red icon appears on the top-right part of your screen to constantly tell you that the recording is live.
How to view your saved screen recordings?
To access the screen recording follow these simple steps.
- Open the Google Photos application installed on your smartphone.
- Tap the Library option located on the navigation bar at the bottom.
- Select the Movies option
The Movies section of Google Photos stores all the videos saved in your phone memory. It is much simpler to locate your recorded videos in Google Photos rather than blindly searching through all of your photos and videos in your smartphone Gallery.
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