Android Q is finally available for Google Pixel devices and it comes with a plethora of changes and tweaks. Plus, Android Q also has some big changes regarding the user privacy and Google is planning to release 6 beta releases before releasing a public build. Moreover, the Android Q also has a built-in screen recorder which is hidden at least but there is a way to enable it on your Pixel device.
So, if you own a Google Pixel device and have installed the Android Q OS on it then all you need to do is to follow the steps in order to activate the screen recorder on your device.
How to enable screen recorder on Android Q:
First, go to Settings > About Phone and tap on the build Number 7 times to turn on the developer mode.
Now go to System and tap on Advanced.
Now, go to Developer Option and tap on Feature Flags under Debugging option.
Enable the toggle next to ‘settings_screenrecord_long_press’.
Now press and hold the Power button and when the power menu pops up, press and hold on the ‘Screenshot’ option. You will now see the screenshot recording menu. You can also enable sounds via the microphone, and enable or disable the ‘show taps’ option. Now tap on ‘Start Recording’.
That’s it. You have successfully activated the built-in screen recorder on Android Q. If you have any questions, do let us know in the comments.