You might not believe, but screen recording is pretty easy on Android 4.4 KitKat. You're going to need some things to do that:
- Android SDK or working ADB
- A PC
- USB Cable
- A Device running Android 4.4 with USB Debugging enabled! (+Drivers)
Let's do it!
- Firstly, ensure your device has USB Debugging enabled and drivers are properly installed.
- Next, open Android SDK in SDK > platform-tools folder. (If you have downloaded any custom ADB that is fully working, you can use it).
- Hold shift and right click the blank space, select open command prompt here.
4. To ensure your device is recognizable by your PC, type "adb devices" to see all the devices connected to PC. You should see this:
5. To start recording the video, type the following text into your command line:
Let's analyze the code:
- adb shell screenrecord /sdcard/example.mp4
Adb shell screenrecord is the command that will launch the screen recording. You also have to edit the path -> that's where the video saves - our path is /sdcard/ - that's the root directory. The saved video can be found in the internal storage:
If you're looking for some more help, type adb shell screenrecord --help for more info.