How to Show Screen taps and touches on Galaxy Z Flip4

This post will walk you through configuring the advanced One UI settings to make your screen taps and touches visible when recording videos with the Galaxy Z Flip4 camera. Here’s a quick guide to show screen taps and touches on the Galaxy Z Flip4 screen recordings.

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By default, the Show screen taps and touches function is disabled. Thus, your phone does not show taps and touches that correspond to your action when doing some screen recordings. 

In order to make your Galaxy device show this screen recording action, you will need to enable the function.
Depicted below is the actual process of activating show screen taps and touches feature on the Galaxy z Flip 4 smartphone. Feel free to refer to this quick walkthrough when needed.

  1. When ready, navigate to the Home or Apps screen then tap Settings. Doing so launches the Settings app where you can see the list of all inbuilt features and system services.



    You can also launch the Settings app menu through the quick settings panel. Simply swipe your fingers down from the top of the Home screen then tap on the gear-shaped icon, which represents the shortcut control for the Settings app.

  2. While in the main settings menu, scroll to find Advanced features then tap on it to continue.



    On the succeeding window, you will see a list of all advanced features and functions.

  3. Find Screenshots and screen recorder from the given items to proceed. You may have to scroll down a bit in order to locate this option.



    Another menu launches with another set of relevant features.

  4. Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the screen then tap the Show taps and touches switch ON.



    By then your device should make taps and touches visible whenever you’re doing some screen recordings using the camera.

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  • Settings
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  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4

Having this feature enabled is beneficial when making some screen recordings that are aimed at making the audience comprehend something that’s more technical about your device. Creating a video tutorial for instance is one of the common instances wherein the Show taps and touches function serves its purpose.

Like any other binary features, you can always turn this feature OFF when you no longer find the need to use it. Just repeat the same steps to head back to the advanced settings menu then configure the settings for screenshots and screen recorder.

Show Taps via Developer Options

Aside from settings, you can also make use of a relevant feature on your phone to show taps and touches when screen recording. This alternative hidden feature called Show taps can be accessed and enabled through the Developer Options menu (Developer Mode) on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4. 

In order to access this function, you will need to unlock the Developer options menu beforehand. By then, you should be able to see all hidden advanced features including the Show taps function.

And that’s how you make your Galaxy Z Flip4 show screen taps and touches when recording a video using the rear or selfie cameras.


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