One of the more conservative features of the Note 10 was the simple system-wide recording of your screen. Thanks to One UI 2, this long-awaited feature will finally be available for popular Galaxy devices such as the S10 and Note 9.
In the past, screen capturing was done on your Galaxy without the help of a third-party app A rather complicated process of adding external services like WhatsApp to the Game Launcher app. Even then, this feature was limited to non-native apps, so pre-installed apps like Google Maps, Chrome, and Samsung Messages could not be recorded on the screen. A user interface aims to optimize this process according to note 10.
Like Note 1
0, Galaxy devices that run the One UI 2 update also have a Screen Capture quick settings tile, which by default appears on the second page. Of course, you can easily move the Screen Recorder tile to a more convenient location by clicking the three-dot menu icon and selecting "Button Order". From there, drag the tile to a location of your choice and tap Done to save the changes.
Once you start recording, a video icon will appear in the status bar to you to inform about the current screenshot. It also gives you access to a toolbar that allows you to draw over your shot or let the front camera display your face in real-time. The toolbar itself will not appear in the final product (see GIF below).