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Aug 14, 2017, 11:57:45 AM via Website
Aug 14, 2017 11:57:45 AM via Website
Skype, a popular app for international communication, often used for an online interview, online conference, or just for chatting. A skype video call makes the communication more understandable. But sometimes, you may need to record the skype video call to keep it a record. Hence, I introduce you the simplest way to record skype video calls on Android - using ApowerMirror.
ApowerMirror is designed and developed to stream mobile screen/contents on a computer. You can use it whenever you want to display your Android devices on a bigger screen. Besides, it provides a recording function that allows Android users to record their phone screen on PC. Proceed to see the steps on how to record Skype video calls on Android phone with it.
Step 1: Download and install ApwerMirror on your computer.
Step 2: Connect your Android phone to PC. You have two ways to do this.
Via USB cable
a. Turn on USB debugging. On your Android phone, go to “Settings”>”Developer options” > “USB debugging”, turn on USB debugging.
b. Connect your phone to PC. Launch ApowerMirror on your computer, then the app will be instantly downloaded on your phone. Also, your phone will be connected to PC successfully.
If you want to connect your phone to PC via WiFi, make sure that your phone and PC are connected to the same WiFi network.
a. Launch ApowerMirror app on your Android phone.
b. Tap the blue mirror button to search for devices.
c. Select the computer name beginning with “Apowersoft”, and then your phone will be connected to PC wirelessly.
d. After successfully connected, tap on “START NOW” on your phone to allow this app to capture your screen.
Step 3: Make a skype video call, click on the recorder icon on the right side of the app, then it will start recording.
Step 4: Click the same recorder icon to stop recording if you finish it.
It should be noticed that in order to record the voice of both sides, just insert the microphone to the computer and speak using the microphone.
— modified on Sep 6, 2017, 11:52:24 AM