Have you ever tried third party apps to record your screen on Android 10 smartphones? As we already know, most apps are paid and not working properly on the free trial. So, Today we here we will guide you to How to Enable Built-in Screen Recorder on Android 10. So, keep reading until the end of step by step guide tutorial.
Nowadays, People usually loves to do screen recording mostly while playing games or any type of tutorial video. And they always prefer third party apps but as we know there is no application that is freely available on Playstore. You have to buy it with your hard money and still some device face issue on while recording via a third-party app. But in this in-built screen recorder, you can record it without any issue. So, check it out below Step by step guide to enable screen recorder on Android 10. It is quite easy so, follow each and every step carefully.
Steps to enable built-in screen recorder in Android 10
Now open that folder and open a command window there.
Enable USB debugging on your smartphone, enable the developer options by tapping on Build number 7 times.
Once done, connect your phone to your laptop and allow the USB Debugging
Now enter this command in the terminal “adb shell settings put global settings_screenrecord_long_press true”
Now all you need to do to start screen recording, hold down the power button and then tap and hold the screenshot button. You will see a small popup to start screen recording. Tap on start now and it will start recording your screen.
Hope guys, do you love this article that helps you to enable in-built Screen Recorder on Android 10 smartphones. If you love to do Gameplay screen recording then there is nothing better than an inbuilt screen recorder. Do comment and share this article with your friend who using Android 10 smartphones.