Finally Android Q is released as its first beta is ready to be installed in few supported devices. There are many cool features that you’ll find impressive when using a phone with Android Q installed in it. It has support for fold-able phones, optimized for faster app launches and a lot more. However, if you’re here you might be trying to find a way to record screen in Android Q; don’t worry Here’s How you can record screen using Android Q’s built-in screen recorder.
How to Record Screen in Android Q
Step#1: In Settings, go to ‘About Phone‘ then tap on the Build Number (*7 times) to turn on developer mode, if you have not enabled it already.
Step#2: Now head over to System, and tap on Advanced.
Step#3: Afterwards, go to Developer Options, and tap on ‘Feature flags‘ under Debugging.
Step#4: You have to Enable the toggle next to ‘settings_screenrecord_long_press’
Step#5: Now all you have to do is press and hold the power button, and when power menu pops up and then press and hold on “Screenshot” option. You will be looking at screen recording menu pop-up. Enable record sounds and change setting as per your requirement. After, just tap on ‘Start Recording‘.
That’s all you have to do, now screen recording will start and drag down the notification bar to stop, pause and even cancel recording.