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How to Record Android Screen for Free Without Root

Recording your phone screen is kind of thing that most of the people wants to but don’t know how to. I was also in your situation a few days back when I had to record my phone screen to share with my friend. At that time I had no idea about how could I record my phone’s screen. I did a bit of research and came across a bunch of apps for both Android and iOS which let user record their phone screen. There I realize that most of the phone requires root and Jailbreak for both Android and iOS respectively. I use Android, and I love my phone. I was little sad cause I didn’t want to root my phone. So, I did more research and came across some more apps and the good news was some of them don’t require root. That means you can record Android screen without having to root your device.

I was happy and then came one more sad thing most of those apps were paid, and some have only 5-10 seconds record capabilities. That was really frustrating. I tried almost all the apps and found one which actually works well with the non-rooted device and doesn’t have any record limit. That means you can record your screen as long as possible without having to root or pay anything.

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Here I will show you what app I used and how to record with that app.

How to Record Android Screen for Free Without Rooting

Till now you probably know that I am talking about an app that allows users like you and me to record their android phone screen for free and doesn’t need root access.

The app I am talking about is Screen Recorder 5+. This app doesn’t need root access for Android device running Android 5.0 and above. However, if you are an old user and having your phone runs on Android 4.4 KitKat, and below then you have to root your device. Unlike any other app, this app is completely free, and you can record screen unlimited. There is no limit on screen recording time.

Recording screen with this app is easy.

The very first step is to download this app from the Google play store.

Now open the app and click on the Camera Icon at the top right side.

Your screen is started recording. Now do whatever you want to record. Once you are done with recording, pull down the notification and click on stop icon.

Your recording will be saved in your storage.

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It is as simple as that.

If you want more options, then you can mess with its setting. There are a bunch of setting you can play with. Like the frame rate, video quality, interface and lot more.

Another great feature if this app is its inbuilt video editor. This is a simple but a useful video editor which lets you trim a video for free. You can also make GIF image from any video using that video editor.

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This app is definitely a great one for people like me who makes tutorial videos or people who like to help their friends on their phone.

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Published: November 15, 2016 | Comments: 0

How to Change Android Device ID in Just Under a Minute

Android is powering most of the smartphones in the world and some big players like Samsung, Motorola, HTC, Sony and LG are preferring Android as their mobile OS. This describes how powerful the Android is. Now you can find people with Android device every corner of the world. There are some reasons why Android is popular. Affordability is the main reason but other than that there is one more feature which makes Android better than every other smartphone OS, and that is its ability to customize everything.  If you are average users then it has some amazing customization options, but if you are a developer or techy people then you will be blown away by seeing what an Android device can do.

Today we are going to discuss one that kind of option and that is changing device ID. Every smartphone has a unique ID which differentiates that particular device from another. Most of the app now uses device IS to identify a device, and that makes sense. But just imagine if there is any another way you could change your device ID so that the apps wouldn’t know that this is the device that used last time to use their app. This feature might sound lame for average users, but if you are a hardcore techy, then you know what I am talking about. So, yes, I am going to show you how you can change Android device ID in just under minute.

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Things require to perform the below-mentioned steps:

Before we jump into the process, here are few things that you need to have before changing device ID.

Rooted Android- This is the most important part of this method. Make sure you have an Android device which has root access. If you haven’t already rooted your device, then I would suggest you root your device first. For rooting guide, I highly recommend you check XDA forum. They have some high-quality root guide for almost every device, and the community of this forum is so helpful.

Allow Third Party Apps Install- By default the device disables this option. So just go to security setting and turn on “Unknown Source” to give permission to install third party apps.

How to Change Android Device ID in Just Under a Minute

To change Android ID, we are going to use an app called Titanium Backup. So download this app from Play Store and install on your Android.

Now open the app and press the menu button of your phone.

Scroll down and select “Manage Android ID.”

Tap the first option i.e. “Create New (random) Android ID.” Check the screenshot attached below.

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Now restart your phone and to your surprise, you will see you’re a new Android device ID is there instead of your own.

That’s it in this article about how you could change Android device ID for free in just under a minute. This process is simple, easy and doesn’t take much time.

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Published: November 9, 2016 | Comments: 0