Android 11 added a built-in screen recorder to capture your device screen. Here’s how to use screen recorder in Android 11 stock OS. Before record screen, you can choose the audio sound you want to use for record screen from Microphone, Device audio (Music, Calls, and Ringtone), or Device audio and Microphone. Also, enable show touches on screen to easily view the option you touch. Also, use third party screen recorder apps (We use AZ Screen Recorder) to record the screen in your Android or Samsung Galaxy devices. Compatible with Pixel 4a, Pixel 5, Pixel 4 XL, 4, Pixel 3a XL, 3a, Pixel 3 XL, 3, Pixel 2 XL, 2, and other supported Android 11 devices.
How to Use Screen Recorder in Android 11
Step 1: Pull down the notification panel at the top and swipe the right side to view the next settings.
Step 2: Tap “Screen Record”.
Step 3: You can see the “Start recording” screen in your device.
Step 4: Select the Record audio from “Microphone/Device audio/ Device audio & microphone” and toggle on.
Step 5: Toggle on “Show touches on screen” and tap the “Start” button.
Step 6: Start recording on your phone. You can see Red color icon at the status bar that indicates the record icon.
How to Stop Recording in Android 11
Pull down the notification panel and tap on the recording screen.
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How to Find Recording Screen in Android 11
You can see the saved screen recording at the start bar. Just swipe down the status bar and tap on the recording to view it. Also, find it in your Google photo library. You can directly share and delete screen recording in your Android 11.
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