There are lots of free and paid apps are available on the plays tore which allows you to record the screen of your android phone or tablet. Other way to do that is to use the adb and fastboot command on Android kitkat. Most of the user are not comfortable with the commands and looking for the easiest way to start the screen recording on the android. Today we found a free application called Rec. (Screen Recorder). The application works most of the rooted Android 4.4 KitKat devices. Your phone/tablet must be running Android 4.4 Kit Kat or higher and rooted to get started with this free android app.
The app is available in two version free and paid, in free you will get the 30 seconds recording and in the paid version you will get longer screen recording with Audio – record for up to 1 hour.
Record Screen on Android
If you have the rooted Nexus, Moto, Samsung or any other Android running on kitkat than go to the play store and install the Rec. (Screen Recorder) app. You can find the direct download link of the app at the end of this tutorial. Launch the app on the device and on the main screen you will some option like bitrate, duration, audio and location to save the file. From here you can change the settings of video and you can set Record time.
Set your preferences and give your recording a title then hit Record. Your video progress will appear in your notifications shade (you can also use this to stop recording) or you can use the power button to stop the recording on your device. Once the recording is done, you will see the video file on the Sdcard folder of your device.
Not only this the app has also some other feature which you can use from the setting option of the app, you can make lots more change like show screen touches on the video, Shae to recording and lots more.
We tested this app on our Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and the app work very fine without any lag. You have to must try this free application on your rooted device and one of the easiest way to start the screen recording on android.