How to record Galaxy Note10+ screen | capture and create video recording of Note10 screen

Sharing your screen or media experiences can sometimes be done by sending a video of your screen. Fortunately, Samsung has started incorporating a built in screen recorder function. This means that you should now be able to capture a funny moment, record gameplay or meme, show the thing that you’re doing on a screen and many more. Before screen recorder was added, you’ll have to install a third party app to do these things. With this capability now readily available, all you have to do is to know how to open the app and begin using it to record your Galaxy Note10 screen.

Keep in mind that Screen recorder will not record phone, VOIP, or video calls. Additionally, some apps may block the Screen recorder feature due to copyright restrictions.

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How to record Galaxy Note10+ screen

There may be times when you need to record what’s going on with your screen. For some, the reason may be to simply share the recording to a friend while others may find it useful in troubleshooting a problem and sending a recorded video to a technician is necessary. Whatever your reason is, you’ll find it fun to know that a screen recording capability exists on your Galaxy Note10+ without needing to install a third party app. 

In order to allow you to record your Galaxy Note10+ screen, you must first open the Screen recorder app. To do that, you have to pull down the Quick Settings panel and open the Screen Recorder app from there. After a three-second countdown, the phone will start recording whatever is on the screen. Here’s what you need to do exactly:

  1. Pull down the Quick Settings panel from the top of the screen. You have to pull down the shade further if not all icons are displayed. Alternatively, you can use two fingers to pull down Quick Settings panel all at once.
  2. Swipe the left.
  3. Select Screen recorder.
  4. Wait for the countdown to finish.
  5. The phone will start recording the screen.
  6. To stop recording, just press the Stop icon (Square icon) at the upper right. Your video will automatically be saved in the Gallery.

How to record Galaxy Note10+ screen and add your face

If you want to insert your face on the screen while recording, you can do that too. Here’s how:

  1. Pull down the Quick Settings panel from the top of the screen. You have to pull down the shade further if not all icons are displayed. Alternatively, you can use two fingers to pull down Quick Settings panel all at once.
  2. Swipe the left.
  3. Select Screen recorder.
  4. Wait for the countdown to finish.
  5. The phone will start recording the screen.
  6. To add yourself to the video using the front-facing camera, just tap the front camera icon – it looks like a person icon. A small window will appear in the upper left corner and will record everything you do.
  7. To stop recording, just press the Stop icon (Square icon) at the upper right. Your video will automatically be saved in the Gallery.

How to record Galaxy Note10+ screen and write on screen 

If you want to enjoy while trying to record, it’s also good to know that you can write on the screen using your finger or S Pen. You can select the color before you can write. This feature may not work though when you’re trying to play a game, watching a particular video, or when tryign to navigate something. Once the Pencil feature is disabled, the screen will return to normal. Here’s what you must do:

  1. Pull down the Quick Settings panel from the top of the screen. You have to pull down the shade further if not all icons are displayed. Alternatively, you can use two fingers to pull down Quick Settings panel all at once.
  2. Swipe the left.
  3. Select Screen recorder.
  4. Wait for the countdown to finish.
  5. The phone will start recording the screen.
  6. Tap the Pencil icon at the upper right and select the color you want.
  7. Begin writing.
  8. To stop recording, just press the Stop icon (Square icon) at the upper right. Your video will automatically be saved in the Gallery.

How to access other settings for Screen Recorder

The Screen Recorder app can also let you capture external sound like your voice or only the media on your phone. To access the settings menu, here’s what you must do:

  1. Pull down the Quick Settings panel from the top of the screen. You have to pull down the shade further if not all icons are displayed. Alternatively, you can use two fingers to pull down Quick Settings panel all at once.
  2. Swipe the left.
  3. Tap and hold Screen recorder icon.
  4. Here you will see the available options:
    • Sound: Select what sounds the video will record. You can choose between No sound, Media sounds, or Media sounds and mic.
    • Video quality: Choose your desired quality for videos. The available options are 1080p, 720p, and 480p.
    • Selfie video size: Adjust the size of the popup window when you’re recording yourself using the front camera.

 


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