Record screen on One UI 2 powered Samsung Galaxy devices: Finally, Samsung has started rolling out Android 10 for the Galaxy S10 family. The global rollout could still take a few days, but One UI 2 beta has gone live in Korea, the US, and some parts of Europe.
Samsung uses a custom skin on top of Google’s vanilla Android called One UI. This year, we’re getting the second iteration of the popular after-market UI — One UI 2.
Record Your Screen System-Wide:
In our guide, we’re going to talk about one of the most highly-anticipated ones.
One of the more low-key functions to arrive with the Note 10 was the ability to easily record your screen system-wide. Thankfully, this long-awaited feature will finally make its way to popular Galaxy devices like the S10 and Note 9 thanks to One UI 2.
Galaxy devices running the One UI 2 update that has a Quick Settings tile for screen recording. Of course, you can easily and quickly move the “Screen recorder” tile to a more convenient location by hitting the three-dot menu icon and choosing the “Button order.” From there, simply drag the tile to a spot of your choosing, and tap “Done” to save the changes.
How to record screen on One UI 2 powered Samsung Galaxy:
Firstly, Go to Settings.
Then open Advanced features.
Now Tap on Screenshots and screen recorder.
Then Go to Screen recorder settings.
Choose Sound sourced from three options — No sound, Media sounds (internal audio), Media sounds and mic.
Select Video quality — 1080P, 720P, or 480P.
At last, choose the Selfie video size by adjusting the slider.
To toggle on the screen recorder anytime you want, simply pull down the Quick Panel and tap on the screen recorder.
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