In this guide, you will learn how to screen record games on Samsung Galaxy smartphones that are running on Android 10 without Samsung Game Launcher. Android 10 recently released on most of the Galaxy devices like S9, S10 series, Note 9, Note 10 series, S20 Series, and later Samsung Galaxy devices.
Previously, on Android 9.0 (Pie) Samsung Galaxy users could have screen record games and apps by using Samsung Game Launcher but unfortunately in recent Android 10 updates, you can’t record games and apps by using Game Launcher. It only provides you the Screenshot option.
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Luckily, if you have Samsung Galaxy S9 or later Galaxy devices then you can easily screen record games and apps by using Samsung’s built-in Screen recorder feature instead of Game Launcher. In the recent updates, Game Launcher won’t provide you the screen recording option.
What You Will Learn Here:
Why to Screen Record Games?
There are plenty of reasons to screen record your gameplay. Most of the people like to play high-octane action games like Fortnite and PUBG and some other popular Android games and you might want to record and share your epic journey with your friends and family. Apart from this, there are hundreds of YouTubers, who would like to screen record popular games and upload it to their YouTube channel.
How to Screen Record Games on Samsung Without Game Launcher
To record your gameplay, you’ll need to have a Samsung Galaxy S9 or later Galaxy device with Android 10. In previous Android 9.0, Samsung Game Launcher provided a screen recording feature that is missing in Android 10 and that’s obvious! because Android 10 has a built-in screen recorder feature itself. So, without further ado, here’s how to screen record games on Samsung Galaxy without using any third-party screen recording apps or Game Launcher.
How to Set up the Screen Recorder on Samsung Galaxy (Android 10)
Before you start screen recording apps and games on your Samsung Galaxy Smartphones, you need to make some changes to Samsung’s native screen recorder in the Settings app.
Step 1. Open the Settings App.
Step 2. Tap Advanced Features.
Step 3. Tap Screenshots and screen recorder.
Step 4. Tap Screen recorder settings under the Screen recorder menu.
Step 5. Here you can select your preferred settings like Video quality, selfie video size, and sound.
How to Screen Record Games on Samsung Galaxy
Step 1. Swipe down twice from the top of your screen to open the Quick Panel and then tap Screen recorder.
Step 2. Select the Sound settings then tap Start recording.
Step 3. After a three seconds countdown, the screen recording will start.
Step 4. Open any game then your gameplay will be start recording.
Step 5. To show yourself in the screen recording process tap on the person icon.
Step 6. To stop the recording simply tap the stop button.
Step 7. The recordings will be saved to your Gallery app.
That’s it. This is how you can screen record games and apps on Samsung Galaxy devices that are running on Android 10 specifically Galaxy S9 or later Samsung devices. Unfortunately, you can’t use Game Launcher to record games on Android 10 instead you can use the built-in screen recorder feature to record your gameplay or apps on your Samsung phone.
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