Screen Recording is the new feature in Android 4.4 Kitkat OS, but to use this feature first you have to install the Android SDK Kit on your desktop and after that with the help of some Adb commands you can record the screen of your android smartphone. Screen Recording is one of the most useful feature to create demo of android guides or games walkthroughs. The Screen Recording Process in ADB is not so easy and this will take so much time, and most of the users don’t want to waste so much time on ADB setup and commands to start recording screen on Android Kitkat.
If you are looking for the easy and simple way to record the video directly on the device without using the Android SDK toolkit. Here is a good news for you, Akexorcist developers released the new free android application called “Screen Recorder for KitKat“. An Application which you can directly use on your smartphone and start the recording directly from your phone or tablet homescreen without running any command from PC.
How to use Screen Recorder for KitKat
NOTE:- The app requires root, So need a rooted device, if you don’t have the rooted device than this app will not work on your phone.
Go to the Google play store and install the application on your phone. Once the app is installed, launch the app then choose video resolution, recording time, bitrate and countdown timer from the setting page of the application and tap “Record” button.
Now the recording will start on your phone, once you done with the recording, The recorded video will be saved in /sdcard/ScreenRecorder/. Not only this, you can also record the screen in landscape mode, to do this rotate this app to landscape and start the recording, Simple.