How To Capture Screenshots On Android?

Luckily, there are plenty of methods for taking a screenshot on your Android gadget. Some of them are related to OS and applications that you get from App Store.

It may get a bit difficult for you in your daily life to select which method you should go for and that which application will be best for you. But there is nothing to worry about in it. After reading this blog, your problem will surely get solved.

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Top Methods To Take Screenshots On Android

1. Android Screenshot Shortcut

Use the combination of Power + Volume together, and that will result in capturing of your screenshots. Remember that it should be done at the same

time. If the volume button is pressed before, then instead of taking the

screenshot, it will increase the volume. And in the same way, if you press the

power button first, then it will switch off your phone.

2. Manufacturer Shortcuts

Everyone does not adopt the method mentioned above.

∙ For instance, in Samsung phones, the combination of Power + Home buttons is required for capturing the screenshot. After that, all steps are the

completely same.

∙ Next, confirmation is provided. Then, pictures will be seen in the gallery application.

∙ In some of the gadgets, the universal method is applied, but with it, some additional options need to be done.

∙ For instance, in some of the Sony gadgets, you need to use the Power switch to reach the menu. After that, you can take the screenshots and even record the screen. ∙ All the smartphones of Moto, LG and HTC use the universal method.

 3. Rooting the Android

 Old models of androids don’t t support applications to capture screenshots without rooting. It protects your personal information from getting stolen. ∙ In App Store, many applications only support capturing of Screenshot for the old rooted models of Android.

4.  Screenshot Easy

The leading application for capturing screenshot is Screenshot Easy. It has many lovely functions for use like it allows you to capture screenshot just by shaking your gadget or by clicking in the notification bar. It also provides some post-moves like cropping the screenshot or editing it in different colours.

Hopefully, after reading this blog, you will be able to capture screenshots on your Android phone or tablet. There are other applications available in the Play Store which allow you to capture screenshots. Also, the new Android update enables users to take three-finger screenshots.

Hopefully, after reading this blog, you will be able to capture screenshots on your Android phone or tablet. There are other applications available in the Play Store which allow you to capture screenshots. Also, the new Android update enables users to take three-finger screenshots.

Edward Collins is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Steve Rogers has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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