Android Q is out now in the form now an early beta and the new version of Android comes with many new features and one of them is screen recording. This a feature that Android users wanted badly and now that they are finally going to get it their hearts are going to be filled with joy.
IOS already has this feature which enables the screen recording with internal sound as well and with that you can record tutorials and even record your gameplay and with the rise of PUBG Mobile many gamers want to record their gameplay and they can’t find a suitable free app on Android whereas there’s already been a feature like this on IOS.
Android Q now solves this dilemma for multiple users who have been trying to find an app to record their screen. Android Q is available for only a few selected devices right now for testing purposes and once Google is through with the beta program of Android Q the update will be rolled globally for all users.
The feature needs to be activated internally and for casual Android users this can be a tough thing to do and that is why we are listing all the steps you need to follow to activate this feature in your Android Phone.
How To Enable Screen Recording In Android Q
- Open the setting menu in your device after you have installed Android Q.
- Now click on the “About Phone” menu down below and find the “Build Number” option and tap on it 7 times to activate the developer mode.
- Now go to the “system” option and click on Advanced.
- Now there you will find the “Developer Options” and there you will find the “Feature Flags” option.
- Now Enable the option saying settings_screenrecord_long_press.
- Now close all the tabs and press and hold the power button for few seconds until you see the popup showing the restart and shutdown options. There you will see the screen recording option, just press on it for a few seconds and the screen recording menu will pop out.
- Now just check the options you want to activate and start the screen recording.
So now you have internal screen recording without using any external apps and you can also choose between the recording settings to choose the desired quality and fps.
The output folder can be selected from the recording options as well and the format of the video is usually .mp4. As we stated earlier this feature is available to choose in very limited phones and the feedback Google has been getting is mostly negative for now because of the phone lags and system shutdown.
So this is how you can easily enable the screen recording in Android Q and I am sure users will love it once it’s rolled globally. Android Q will be having many new features like dark mode and we will make sure to keep you updated with all the latest happenings in Android community.