Guide on How to video record Android Phone screen on Samsung Galaxy, Nexus or any other Android Phone easily.
You will find a number of paid as well as free apps in the PlayStore that enables you to record screen of your Android device. You can do it another way by using fastboot command on your Android Kitkat. However, a majority of users are uncomfortable with these commands and are looking for the easiest possible way to record screen on the Android device.
Record Android Phone
Here is a free app called Rec. For you to record your screen comfortably and easily. This application runs on rooted Android KitKat or higher, so your device must be having minimum configurations in order to run this free app for recording your screen.
The Rec. screen recorder is available both for free as well as paid. In free the user will get 30 seconds of free screen recording and in paid version the user can get longer duration of screen recording. If you do have the rooted Moto, Nexus, Samsung etc Android with KitKat that immediately go to the Playstore and install this screen recording app on your phone. Once the app is installed, launch the app and a number of options like duration, bitrate, location to save and audio will be available on your main screen. Using the app, you can change settings of the video and set record time to record your screen on your android device.
You have to give title to your recording and set all your preferences before recording your screen. Once preferences being set, hit record and the video recording will start. It will appear in the notification shade from where you can stop or pause the video if necessary. After the recording is finished, your video file will be saved directly in your SD card folder. From there you can play, share or delete the video. This application root access on your Android phone.