Google Stadia continues its slow but steady progress. After the latest news that PUBG can now be played for free and that FIFA will arrive in the fall, related news we use Stadia on our Android devices.
From 9to5Google report that Stadia finally lets you take screenshots on Android, not only at the level of capturing .jpeg files but also providing short clips of up to 30 seconds with the content we play.
Stadia has already captured clips and images on Android
So far, when we press the Stadia capture button connected to an Android phone, an error message has been sent. The function worked well on the web and on TV, but not on Android. Starting today, with a new driver update Stadia receives, we can enjoy this work when we use the app with a command on our Android phone.
Stadia lets you capture a few seconds to save a game clip or screenshot to use
Stadia capture was created from the controller again lets you save both screenshots and smaller clips for 30 seconds. Fun work to save small pieces of our games and save them later.
If we want to record clips we have to keep the capture button pressed for one second
Although the fact that this work is being done after the driver's renewal, it is still unclear what comes next update or if it is distributed through a server. In the last case, it may take a few days to reach all users.
Track | 9to5Google
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