CyanogenMod Now Allows You to Take Screencast Captures From Your Device’s Screen

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  • 20 Oct 2013
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  • CyanogenMod team member Koushik Dutta has just posted a video on the web showcasing the screencast feature that has been implemented on CyanogenMod. It allows the user to capture a video recording from the screen of a device, but also some ambient sounds like his voice for example.

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    The Screencast capture is activated by pressing the Power and Volume Up buttons and then Screencast will capture everything that happens on the screen plus your voice. You will be able to stop the recording from the notification area and also select an option to show touches on the screen or not. This is excellent news for app and game reviewers on Android, that will prefer this to showing a device in front of the camera.

    The Screencast functionality will come in version 10.2 Nightly of CyanogenMod and it’s demoed below. Speculations of CyanogenMod fans say that the device they used to test this may be the Oppo N1. Excited about the new feature?

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