The Andorid Screen RECorder shall help QA engineers to document bugs more descriptive by attaching screenshots, videos and logs with ease. Furthermore, it holds some testing features, to mock battery level and charging mode and it allows using adb over WiFi with no CLI experience.
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Android Screen RECorder


Asrec shall help QA engineers to document bugs more descriptive by easily attaching screenshots, videos and logs.

How does the UI look like?

Asrec will start in “normal mode” (left), which provides the three base functionalities. The “advanced mode” provides further functionalities, such as setting the battery level, de/increasing brightness, toggle charging and airplane mode,…

screenshot of asrec UI

Nice, what do I need to get started?

Basically, an ADB daemon must be installed. One can install it via android-tools-adb debian package. Furthermore Google also provides SDK Platform Tools for Linux, MacOS and Windows environments.

Then download the latest release, unzip it and execute:

java -jar asrec.jar

Alternatively, one can clone this repository and execute:


Note: Invoking asrec.jar requires a JRE installation. Invoking asrec.groovy directly requires a Groovy and JDK installation.