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Whether running an YouTube Channel or showcasing gameplay videos to your friends, we guys are very much familiar with the Screen Recording feature on Android. When I got my first Android 3 years back, Screencast used to be the only alternative for me and for the same reason I rooted my device. But now, you are no short of tools available around the Internet. KitKat was the 1st Android version featured with On-board Screen Recording functionality with ADB set up on your computer and it turned out too tedious for a newbie to make it work.

What if I say, now you can easily Record Android Screen Without ADB On Mac. And what if I say, your videos will be stored directly on your Mac and you don’t need to play around with your Android to start and stop recording. Impressive! Isn’t it? So, let’s start to make this procedure more clear:

Before We Begin, You Need:

  • An Android device running on KitKat 4.4 or above.
  • AndroidTool zip file available on your Mac.

How To Record Android Screen Without ADB On Mac

Step 1: Done with downloading AndroidTool.zip on your Mac? If yes, extract the zip file and move the extracted tool to your Application folder.

How To Record Android Screen Without ADB On Mac

Step 2: Head over to Launchpad on your Mac and open AndroidTool.


Step 3: Next, Pick up your Android, move to Settings, Developer Options and Enable USB Debugging. 

How To Record Android Screen Without ADB On Mac

 

Step 4: Now Connect your Android device to your Mac via USB cable. This short and simple program will detect your Android device and provides you with options to take Screenshot or Capture screen moves of your Android. To take screenshot tab the camera button and to capture screen moves tap the Camcorder button. All the screenshots and video will be saved on AndroidTool folder.

How To Record Android Screen Without ADB On Mac

Our Take?

What We Liked What We Disliked
  • Light Program with Minimal Resource utilisation
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  • Stores video directly on Mac
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  • Easy to use
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  • Freeware
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AndroidTool turned out to be a complete utility app for my Mac and Android. +1 from my side to the developer of this amazing Project. Facing any problem? Do let us know through the comment section provided below. Keep subscribed for latest apps at Gizmostorm. For more Mac Tutorials, head over to Mac How-tos section right away.