Needless is to mention about the snazzy image that the very efficient Android Kit Kat holds. However, missing the screen recording feature is something that you can’t really accept with argue that nothing is perfect. Fret not; you are at the right place. Here we are going to show you the way to record android display.
Record Android Screen Through Android Debug Bridge:
Going with Android Debug Bridge, or Android SDK can do the job for you. The ADB commands are taken in to account to begin the process of recording the screen on Android.
The following steps will guide you to do so.
- Have the Android SDK through Download.
- Go to the Settings, then enable USB Debugging option, and next to Developer Options.
- Link the device to your PC through USB.
- Move over to the “sdk/platform-tools” folder of the SDK through File Explorer if it is Windows or Finder if it is Mac.
- Go to the Command Prompt, and ensure ADB connectivity.
- Now you can find your device, and run the command, “adb shell screenrecord/sdcard/example.mp4”.
- After following requisite process for recording, press Ctrl+C as you are finished.
- Now, you can now get back the recording on your smartphone through the save path.
If You Don’t Find the Developer Option:
However, upon not finding the Developer Options in Settings, simply just don’t worry. Just move over to ‘About phone’ from Settings and click on the Build Number. You can find ‘You are now a developer!”. It is here to mention that it may take a little while for “You are now a developer” being available. Just click repeatedly, and you will be finding this. Well, now you will be able to witness the Developer Options within Settings menu.
If you are a Windows user, press the Shift key and have a right click within the folder and go for the “Open command window here option. If you are a Mac user, move over the Settings, then to Keyboard and next go to Shortcuts bar. Pick services at the left, and have a look at “New Terminal at Folder”. Now, just pick the specific folder within Finder.
Press the Control button, and have a click on it, and then choose Services, next go to New Terminal at Folder from over the menu.
If the platform is Linux, or Ubuntu, you have to go for an extra tool. Incorporate the add-on, and you will be finding “Open Terminal here” option in File Explorer.
The Other Ways Available:
You can fulfil your above desire through Recordable as well. In addition, there are various other interesting applications available on Google Play Store as well those can do the job. Rec, Shou.TV, Screen Recorder, are some of the handy options on this regard. There is another pretty buzzed tool called Lollipop Screen Recorder available as well. However, as the name suggests, it can be only functional for the Android 5.0 Lollipop users. Well, you can enjoy the feature by having the root access for the apps as well. These entire applications generally let you to set various configurations, like changing video size, quality of the recording, and various other customisation options.