HELP: Take video captures of your screen

by m88m » Sun, 20 Mar 2011 17:38:58 GMT


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 Hey Guys,
 I am looking for a source code\framework which will allow me to
record the device's springboard, in other words to "take video
captures of your screen".

 Something like 'Display Recorder' for the iPhone, Link:
 http://www.ihackintosh.com/2010/05/display-recorder-record-video-of-your-iphone-springboard/. 

 Is it even possible to do on a non-rooted Android device?

Kind Regards,
 M

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