How to instantly record your Google Pixel’s screen

Don’t bother with screenshots! The best option for the Google Pixel is screen recording. Though primarily a joke, screen captures are actually more useful than you may imagine. This is how you make them.

Why would I need to screen record? Screen recording on your Pixel WHY SHOULD I RECORD MY SCREEN? There are many factors at play in the decision to build a screen recording on your Pixel phone. You may need to demonstrate something on your phone to someone else, documenting the detailed instructions for them to see and copy, or you may wish to document an odd bug that keeps occurring on your phone. In any case, having the ability to record your screen makes it simple to remember what is happening and share it with others or save it.

RECORDING YOUR SCREEN ON YOUR PIXEL The Quick Settings tile needs to be set up and prepared before starting a screen recording on the Pixel. Simply swipe down twice on your Pixel and tap the edit symbol to accomplish this. It ought to resemble a pencil. Find Screen record there, long-tap it, and then drag it to an active Quick Settings slot. Once you’ve done that, strike back.

Once you’ve confirmed that the screen record tile is turned on and prepared to use, proceed as follows:

From your homescreen, swipe down twice (or with two fingers). To find the Screen record tile, swipe across. Tap it. Turn audio recording on and off. You have the option to record your microphone, the device audio, or both. Click Start.

Quick Settings Pixel

Screen Record Quick Setting
Start screen recording Pixel

You will then see a countdown timer beginning with three seconds. The screen recording on your Pixel has started as soon as it vibrates. Simply open your notification shade and select Stop from the screen recorder notice to end the recording. You’ll receive a second notification stating that the video has been saved to your pictures.

Generally speaking, that is all there is to it. As many screen recordings as there are available storage spaces on your Pixel. Additionally, when you record a screen on your Pixel, Google Photos will create a new folder named Movies for it, allowing you to share those recordings using the Google Photos app on your Pixel.

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