The Galaxy S8 and S8+ may not have made it to the hands of the public yet, but we sure have come across lots of the inventory apps from Samsung’s newest flagship phones. There was the new launcher, then Hello Bixby, and today, the extremely elusive Record Screen attribute was leaked.

It’s a handy app that allows you record the display on Galaxy devices running Android Marshmallow or higher, like a Galaxy S6 or S7. Launched by hardik190, the XDA user has also shared a means to bring the display recorder and its settings to your home display. And thanks to Android Nougat’s Quick Settings API, you can even add a toggle that lets you start recording in 1 tap.

Prerequisites

Samsung Galaxy apparatus running Android Marshmallow or higher

“Unknown sources” enabled

Step 1: Download & Install Record Screen

To start, tap on the link below to download the S8’s Record Screen program to your mobile phone. As soon as you’ve caught the screen recorder apk, just launch it, then press “Install” when prompted.

Download the Galaxy S8’s Record Screen program (. apk)

Step 2: Install ‘More Shortcuts’

Next, head into the Google Play Store and download a program called More Shortcuts. As an alternative, you may install the program using the following link. We are going to be using More Shortcuts to launch the S8’s Record Screen program, as it will not supply an program drawer icon.

Install More Shortcuts for free from the Google Play Store

Step 3: Create a Record Screen Shortcut

Next, open More Shortcuts and select “Activity,” then look through the list and expand the “Record display” entry by tapping on it.

Following that, tap on the “Settings” option located under “Record screen,” then tap on “OK” on the Install shortcut popup. Then, repeat this procedure for the “LauncherActivity” one under “Record screen.” If you don’t need both shortcuts to possess the identical name, use the supplied field to alter them. The one with the gear icon opens the screen recorder’s settings menu, whereas another entry opens the display recorder itself.

Step 4: Grant Permissions & Configure

When you have added shortcuts for both Record screen activities from More Shortcuts, open them up one at a time. The settings part of this screen recorder will request that you give a set of permissions, whereas the actual recording part is going to have brief info screen which has to be accepted prior to the program may be used.

Step 5: Try Out Screen Record

When you start the screen recorder for the first time, you may be given a warning saying that the program can not record with an active overlay. That’s a comparatively simply fix, simply tap “Go to Settings” when prompted, then disable all active overlays with the exception of “Record screen.” If you do not see the warning, then there is no need to mess with this.

As soon as you’ve taken care of this, if needed, just tap on the shortcut to the next task (the one that had the purple icon in More Shortcuts) to begin recording your screen. When you are ready to block the display recording, tap the little floating stop button, then the recording will be stored in the Pictures folder on your SD card or internal storage partition.

If you want to take things a step further, you can add a shortcut to use this screen recorder directly to your Quick Settings tiles. This may require that your Galaxy device is operating Android Nougat or higher, but when it’s, you can check it out by following the instructions in this manual.

Because there aren’t many display recorders which can record your display and sound on Android Nougat, Samsung has for sure taken a step in the right direction with this new screen recorder. And the best part is that there aren’t any annoying popups or banner advertisements. It doesn’t get any better than that, so make certain to leave a comment below letting us know how you’re enjoying this program.

Berita Pusat
The Galaxy S8 and S8+ may not have made it to the hands of the public yet, but we sure have come across lots of the inventory apps from Samsung's newest flagship phones. There was the new launcher, then Hello Bixby, and today, the extremely elusive Record Screen attribute...