Based on the comments from Google in this bugtracker - emulator support of screenrecorder isn't going to happen in the near future due to hardware requirements/limitations.
Just a brief description of how it works:
At the core of this technology is the Wi-Fi Direct™ standard, which allows for point-to-point connections between devices without the use of a router. From there, Miracast adds a vendor-neutral wrapper that originally supported the streaming of up to 1080p video and 5.1 surround sound. It uses this variation ...
Google Cast and Miracast are 2 different technologies and protocols.
Miracast primarily allows wireless screen mirroring, and support is usually built-in in the OS in modern Android devices and Windows 8.1+.
Google Cast additionally allows transferring external multimedia stream to the remote screen without decoding it on the mobile device, but support for ...
You might want to give Virtual Xposed a spin.
It is an application that acts as a sort of "host" for other user apps you can install inside it. It then has full control over the process of the inner app, and can apply the functionality of some Xposed apps without requiring an unlocked bootloader or Root.
However, it can only work for Xposed modules that ...
This symbol is of "Cast screen" found in Android which is used to cast your screen to a television. This symbol in the status bar means that your phone screen is being casted to a television or cast screen is active:
If you want to get rid of it, just go to settings and disable screen casting.
From ADB documentation :
"Some devices might not be able to record at their native display
resolution. If you encounter problems with screen recording, try using
a lower screen resolution."
Documentation link :
Try to use the size option :
Sets the ...
Well, the reason Screencast and similar apps require root permission is that the video data has to be accessed using the administrative privileges (i.e. roots access)
But you can always use an app such as No Root Screen Recorder to video record your screen. But the problem with this option is that you have to connect your device to a windows computer in ...
Your Nexus 10 should be able to upgrade to the newest Android 4.4 Kitkat any day now. It has a new option to record the screen, but you need to be/know someone who has basic knowledge about the Android SDK: http://developer.android.com/about/versions/kitkat.html#44-screen-recording
Since you did not accept an answer yet, hope this info still helps and I'm ...
You can hae a look at AirDroid for desktop SMS.
It works as a kind of web server on your phone, which means you have to access it from a secure web page (downside: works only inside the same WiFi network).
But next to smses you can do a lot more with it, but I recommend you have a look at it yourself.
The original Nexus 7 does support screen mirroring to Chromecast. This feature was added in Android 4.4, so if you're still using an old Android version on your Nexus 7, you'll need to do a system update. From the Settings app, go to Display then Cast screen. Don't bother with the Chromecast app at all.
The option's in a different place on the S3, and it's ...
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Please disable that and enjoy
Amazon Prime Videos now supports casting to Chromecast straight from inside the official app, it does have a stupid problem that you can't use the phone to adjust the TV volume like you would usually do with Chromecast, it comes up with a stupid surround error when you try, and you have to use the actual TV remote to adjust the volume, but for the sake of ...
Short answer is: you can't. You can use a laptop (windows/linux/mac/chrome-os) with Chrome browser to cast. Or you can buy an Amazon-Fire hardware device.
Long answer: the "cast your screen" solution now seems to be broken.
Broken? Exactly how?:
the audio plays from the TV screen
the video does not play form the TV screen (TV is black ...
If Zillinium's suggestion to make changes into the "system / build.prop" does not make it fully function, you might need to also change the "/system/etc/wfdconfig.xml" file also. The following steps require both require root access and custom recovery TWRP.
Pre N (Nougat) the long way. You could use the nano command to add and/or change values, but for ...
i can't possibly walk you through all the system modifications that are required but it's definitely possible with root access...
Reasons for Google's changes....
MiraCast has never been fully supported by Android, it usually had serious problems trying to convert the screen into a standard 1080 or 720 resolution video, this usually caused just a ...
Vysor could solve your problem, it's available as a browser extension for Chrome or a standalone application for the three different operating systems: Windows, Mac and Linux.
Note: USB Debugging should be enabled. If your USB debugging is not enabled, I suggest to look for another similar phone to simulate touches in order to activate USB Debugging.
As of now, it is possible to cast the contents of that app using Miracast, provided that both the Android phone and the TV supports that. I know for sure OnePlus 5, OnePlus 6, Redmi 5A and Redmi Note 5 Pro and Sony Bravia (don't know model number) supports Miracast, but Motorola G4 Plus doesn't.
I have used Amazon Prime app on the four devices personally ...
Yes, you can.
Best App I have found for recording your phone screen: Shou. It requires rooted Android version 4.1 and up. Also, works without rooting your device.
Other applications that you can try Kamcord (Android 5.0+), etc.
You mentioned that video capture is your goal but does that mean that it has to be live on your PC? If what you're looking to do is get a capture of your phone's screen so that you can post it to YouTube or something, consider trying to capture locally on the device then transferring that video file to your computer for processing and upload. This might give ...
If you're willing to use external hardware, one good option is an External HDMI capture card and a USB to HDMI cable.
For example a Blackmagic Design : UltraStudio Mini Recorder is only $145 for an HD-SDI and HDMI thunderbolt device, and a Micro USB to HDMI cable can go for as little as $10.
This way the recording does not affect the performance of your ...
Sorry, without root, is probably not possible. With your device's OS version and the fact that you want to capture an overlay (video playback), even harder.
Prior to Android 3.0, screenshots were taken using the framebuffer, that is accessed by opening the /dev/graphics/fb0 device. This location requires root access, and even with root may not work for all ...
Airdroid has a "Record Screen" option. It's not a premium feature and doesn't require root. It records the screen along your microphone (warning! As far as I remember this option is set by default!) if you do like to make tutorial videos.
Our vmlite vnc server does exactly what you asked. Remotely view and control any android devices from desktop or another phone/tablet, rooting is NOT required.
You can use vnc viewer or HTML browser to control the remote phone.