Geek 2.0 - May 24, 2020
There are several ways to take a screenshot using different Android devices. Simple techniques are given here.
The differences you get using Android devices make it hard for you to know which buttons to press to take a screenshot across different Android models. Learn here how to capture what's on your screen and how to add effects to Android screenshots on any smartphone or tablet.
N.B: the instructions in this article apply to all smartphones and tablets running Android 2.3 and later.
How to take a screenshot on any Android device
Any take of the screenshot is factor of the location of the Home button on your device. The Home button is located on the bottom panel of the device for devices with a physical home button, such as Samsung Galaxy or Google Pixel devices. To capture the screen, press and hold the Home and Power / Lock buttons (often at the top or top right of the device) simultaneously and hold them down for a few seconds.
The physical home button has been replaced for certain devices like Motorola X Pure Edition, Droid Turbo 2, Google Nexus and Droid Maxx 2 and in this case, you must hold down the Power / Lock and volume down buttons at the same time to take a screenshot. The most important thing in all of this is to make sure that the two buttons are pressed simultaneously otherwise the volume can be adjusted and the device can be locked.
How to take screenshots on Galaxy devices using gestures and gestures
Go to your device settings, choose Advanced, select Gestures and gestures, and then turn on Palm scan capture to take screenshots using the Gestures and gestures feature offered in Samsung Galaxy devices. Slide the side of your palm from left to right or right to left, being careful not to inadvertently interact with the screen when you want to take a screenshot.
Where to find your Android screenshots
The most recent screenshot will be found in your notification bar after obtaining the screenshot regardless of the device used. Look in the album or Google Photos for an album called Screenshots after clearing your notifications.
How to add effects to Android screenshots
Choose the photo to view from the Gallery app, then tap the icons in the upper-right corner of the app to share or edit the image. Tap the dedicated Photo Editing app for Android in case you want more options.
Take a screenshot in different ways on different Android devices, this is the subject of this article. This entire article teaches you how to take a screenshot using any device generally and specifically on Galaxy devices as well as where you will find your Android screenshots and how the effects on screenshots Android screen can be added.