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Android 14 QPR2 Permits You For ‘Single App’ Screen Recording 

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  • Google has recently delivered its latest Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1 update to it's all eligible devices. 
  • The latest Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1 update has arrived with the "Screen record" Quick Settings Tile. 
  • We are discussing the "Single app" screen recording feature. Check out the article for detailed information. 

Google has recently delivered its latest Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1 update to all eligible devices. The update has arrived with lots of new features and improvements for the convenience of the users. Out of multiple new features, here we are discussing the “Single app” screen recording feature. Check out the article for detailed information. 

The latest Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1 update has arrived with the “Screen record” Quick Settings Tile, which will permit the users to pick between “Entire screen” and “A single app.” whereas along with the latter, clicking “Start recording” brings up a fullscreen UI which displays a mini Recents carousel with Preview which users can scroll through. 

Once the users select, the application will automatically open with the same 3-second countdown as before. The noticeable fact is that with this update, while capturing screen recording, the status and navigation bar will not be included, whereas the incoming notifications should also be excluded. Apart from this, the other thing that the users will not get is the “Show touches on screen” option, which remains available for the entire screen mode. 

If the users exit the application, for instance, to their home screen, Android will not record anything else, though they still have to stop the session. In that sense, this behavior is ideal for screen sharing as well as preventing accidental captures. Google has not revealed any exact launch date of Android 14 QPR2 yet, but it is expected to be launched in March with the first Pixel Feature Drop of 2024. 

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