SCREENRECORDING on your phone is useful if you want to capture a video of what you're watching or a step by step process for someone else.
The Samsung website has a full explainer page on how to do this on Galaxy devices with One UI 2 or later and we've rounded up the key points below.
Make sure you've updated your device to the relevant software.
Open the Quick settings panel by swiping down from the top of your screen.
Click "Sound settings" and then "Start recording".
You'll then see a panel appear in the top right hand corner and that's the screen recorder.
In the panel you'll see icons that will let you overlay footage of yourself or even draw on the screen while the recording is happening.
Click the square to stop the recording.FAUX BOT WARS OUT OF THIS WORLD FACE FIRST SCREEN SAVER
If you can't see the Screen recorder in your Quick panel then you can add it.
Open the panel and click the three vertical dots in the top right hand corner.
Click "Edit buttons" or tap the plus icon.
Find the Screen recorder and drag and drop it into your panel.
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