Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and Z Flip feature a screen recorder feature through the Quick Panel, that records anything on your screen — even yourself if you're using the front camera. Swipe down at the top of the screen with two fingers to open the Quick Settings panel. Swipe left and you'll see "Screen recorder". Tap that and a countdown will appear, and once it's done, you're recording! If you'd like to record yourself with the front camera during the recording, tap the Front camera icon, which looks like a person. With Galaxy Note10 and Note10+, you can even write on the screen with S Pen as it's recording — just tap the Pencil icon. When you're writing on the screen, however, you can't interact with your apps.
If you touch and hold the Screen recorder icon in the Quick Panel, you'll access the Settings menu. You can select which sounds to record, like whether you want just the in-app sounds or if you want to record your voice, too. You can also choose to record in 1080p, 720p, or 480p. And if you're recording with the front camera, you can adjust the pop-up window size. All it takes is a couple swipes to get started using your phone and screen recording, without needing a third-party app to do so.
*For security purposes, some apps do not allow screen recording.
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