After adding and removing a screen recorder feature in Android 10, Google has finally adopted a good version in Android 11. Unlike last year's buggy and incomplete feature, it looks like a finished product. And best of all, it is no longer hidden.
If you know Google, there is a chance that this function may change. If this happens, we will update the manual if necessary.
And for those who use Android smartphones with skins, your OEM implementation may be different. For example, Samsung and LG have added this feature back into Android 10. This method applies to OEMs using standard (or almost out of stock) versions of Android, such as Google Pixels, Sony Xperias and Nokias.
Using the New Screen Recorder [1
9659005] Swipe down twice from the top of your screen to fully expand the Quick Settings, then tap the new "Screen Recording" tile. If you don't see it on the first page, swipe left to access additional pages with switches.
A prompt appears with two options: "Record Audio" and "Show Touches on Screen". At the time of writing, audio capture is limited to the microphone, but according to XDA, the ability to directly capture internal audio from the device, such as media, comes in the latest version of Android 11. "Show touches on -screen "will show a white dot in the recording where your finger made contact with the screen.
After select "Start" to enable the functions you need. The countdown starts in the status bar (left the battery indicator). Once it reaches zero, the timer will switch to a red and white dot, also known as a "Record" symbol.
Open the notification to stop recording. Shadow and choose "Stop" from the Screen Recorder warning. You can also select the Quick Settings "Screen Recording" tile to stop recording. Once the recording is stopped, it will be saved under the "Movies" folder, which you can access with the native file browser or gallery app.
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