Display Recorder Allows Users To Record iPhone Screen On iOS 9 – 9.0.2
Recording your iPhone screen is one of the most desirable thing that users have on their wish list. Although the operation is achievable via Apple's QuickTime iOS screen recording with iOS 8+ and OS X Yosemite+, but you need a Mac to complete this procedure. In this regard, jailbreak users have an edge over non-jailbreak users to record screen of their iPhone.
Ryan Patrich's Display Recorder is restricted to jailbroken users, allowing users to record on-screen happenings on iPhone. Thankfully, Display Recorder is compatible with the latest version of iOS 9, which means users who have jailbreaked their devices using Pangu 9 can take advantage of this tweak.
Let's dive in to see additional details about the Display Recording jailbreak tweak and how users can operate it.
Record Your iPhone Screen With This Jailbreak Tweak
After you download the jailbreak tweak, you will find that the tweak offers easy usability, stating that the recorded videos are stored in the Camera Roll on your iPhone. Saved videos can then be shared easily for a further maneuver, for instance iMovie and more. Users can derive great utility from the tweak which can be put to better and more productive uses.
Display Recorder provides several options for users that aims to provide different levels of utility. You can change the screen orientation according to your preferences and adjust the frame rate of videos. Moreover, Display Recorder also gives you the capability to record your sound using the device's microphone. Furthermore, to suit your needs, you can also adjust the video quality.
To record videos from your iPhone, install Display Recording tweak from Cydia. After it is installed, respring your iOS 9.0.x device and navigate to Settings for further configuration. In the Settings app, go to Display Recorder where you will find several options relating to your video. Choose the aforementioned options according to your needs. Once you are done with settings, close the Settings app and open the Display Recorder app. Tap on the red camera icon located at the top left corner of the display to start recording. After you have recorded a specific project, navigate to the same red camera icon to stop recording. You can then choose the option to save the recorded video to your Camera Roll.
You can record anything from then onwards and make it productive or fun with easy sharing. Install the tweak if you haven't already and share your recording experience with us in the comments.
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