The Android from the beginning has lots of customizations and its open-source makes it even better. The audio was can be recorded before Android 7. But after the Nougat came Android removed internal audio recording. Back then it was only working on some Samsung devices. But here the XDA developers come, one of the forum members found the way to, How To Record Internal Audio On Any Android Version (Nougat Tested). The devices need to be rooted, so if you have rooted device then you can try this simple trick.
Thanks to XDA forum member SUPERKOKA for this trick. All credits go to him. There are two methods you can try. I recommend you to try the first one if it does not work then go after the second method. So let’s start.
How To Record Internal Audio On Any Android Version (Nougat Tested):
- Make sure your device is rooted.
- Install the app link given below.
- INTERNAL AUDIO PLUGIN (Play Store Link)
- Open the app and click on enable.
- Reboot your phone.
1.) Make sure your phone is rooted and have Magisk installed.
2.) Install the INTERNAL AUDIO PLUGIN (Play Store Link).
3.) Also, install this terminal emulator for Android.
4.) Open the terminal emulator and type the following commands.
5.) now choose ”Systemize Installed Apps (Enter label)”
6.) enter ”com.mobzapp.internalaudioplugin” then choose the priv app and then reboot.
If it says your device is not compatible, then open the internal audio plugin (the one you installed via play store) and restart RecMe (Screen Stream).
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