Today, a great number of people are using Android phones because of their amazing features. This article discloses a great functionality or we can say a trick of Android phones which is hidden.
I know if you’re new to Android, it may be a very common problem for you to take screenshots on an Android phone. This article will cover the guide to learning how to take screenshots on different versions of Android phones.
How To Take Screenshots in Android 4.0 or Above
Everybody wants to purchase a high-quality and feature-rich Android smartphone to use its uninterrupted services. So, Android 4.0 or above version holders can capture the screen very simply. These versions of Android phones take high-quality screenshots.
So, now it’s time to learn how to take a screenshot in such versions of Android phones. Generally, there are two methods to take screenshots in Android 4.0 or above versions. Have a look at both of them:
It is a quick and easy way to take screenshots of your Android phone screen. To take a screenshot, just press the Volume Down and Power Buttons at the same time and hold them for a moment. You’ll hear a capture sound and your screen will flash. Actually, that will be a screenshot taken by you by pressing the Volume Down button and Power Buttons simultaneously.
It’ll save automatically and you can view your screenshot in the photo gallery of your Android phone. So, isn’t it fast and easy? Now try yourself and take a new photo capture experience with your Android smartphone.
The second method is also a simple one. First of all, open the screen which you want to capture and now press and hold the Power button until you get a new menu screen appearing in front of you. The screen is just like the following.
So, finger Click on the Screenshot and the screen will be captured behind it.
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How To Take Screenshots in Android 2.3 or Below
If you are using Android 2.3 or below versions, feel bad to say that Android 2.3 or other versions don’t enable you to take a screenshot. But still, some Samsung Android smartphones do.
But in case you don’t have a Samsung smartphone having Android 2.3 or below versions and are unable to take screenshots, you need to buy an Android app named No Root Screenshot It [Update: This app is no more available on Play Store]. This app enables you to take screenshots on every Android smartphone without rooting your phone. For this app, you need to pay a little amount of money but in exchange, it will give you a lot of services.