Screen Recording From Android Device With Voice Now Available via CyanogenMod Screencast App (Video)

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  • 10 Dec 2013
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  • I’ve heard that through some workarounds you may get to record about 3 minutes of MP4 video from your Nexus 5, since that’s a feature offered on it, but what if you want more? This is where Cyanogen comes into play, through a new screencasting tool available now in the Play Store.


    In order to use you need to install the CM nightly build for your device, then join the CyanogenMod community and then install the beta app for yourself. Once it’s all done, the free beta awaits you and you can start screencasting by pressing the power and volume up button, plus the feature will record your voice.

    The app will appear incompatible with any device that doesn’t run CM11, so it’s important you have that on your device. There are many tentative solutions for screen recording on the market, but this one seems the most viable. You can join the CyanogenMod community here and get a hold of the beta here.

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    SOURCE: Android Police
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