Taking screenshots |recording your screen on your Android device
A screenshot is an image that shows the contents of your Android screen’s display. A recording is one that shows the activity occurring on your screen’s display.
Capturing screenshots or recording videos of your phone’s screen is possible on Android. You can edit, view, and share the image or video after capturing your screen,
Note: There are some steps that work only on Android 11 and newer versions.
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Capture a screenshot
- Firstly, go to the screen that you intend to take a screenshot of.
- Secondly, considering the kind of phone you are using:
- Press and hold the Volume down and Power buttons at the same time.
- In the event that fails to work, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds. Thereafter, tap Screenshot.
- In case, none of these work, go to your phone manufacturer’s support site for assistance.
- Lastly, at the bottom left, you will find a preview of your screenshot. Then, on certain phones, at the top of the screen, you will find a Screenshot capture.
Capture a scrolling screenshot
- First, open the screen that you want to capture.
- Secondly, press the Power and Volume down buttons at the same time.
- Thirdly, at the bottom, tap Capture more.
- Fourthly, to select the content you want to capture, use the crop guidelines.
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Share, Find & edit your screenshot
Note: In the event that you do not have the Photos app, you are highly likely running an older Android version. Go to your phone’s Gallery app and tap Album view Screenshots folder.
- Firstly, open your phone’s Photos app .
- Secondly, tap Library Screenshots.
- For you to share a screenshot, tap on Share .
- For you to edit a screenshot, tap on Edit .
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Recording your phone screen
- Firstly, swipe down twice from the top of your screen.
- Secondly, tap Screen record .
- You might need to swipe right to find it.
- Haven’t found it there? tap Edit and drag Screen record to your Quick Settings.
- Thirdly, choose what you want to record and tap Start. The recording begins after the countdown.
- Lastly, to stop recording, swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the Screen recorder notification .
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Finding screen recordings
- First, open your phone’s Photos app .
- Then, tap Library Movies.
That is how you can screenshot and record on your Android phone.
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