If you’re wondering how to take a screenshot in Samsung smartphones, you’ll want to read this article. Specifically, we’re going to talk about how to take screenshots in Samsung’s older models (including the Epic and the Fascinate) using their built-in camera functionality, how to take screenshots in Samsung’s newer models using third-party apps, and how to tweak the picture quality of your screenshots depending on your current location and screen resolution. After reading this article, you should know how to take a screenshot in Samsung smartphones.
There are two ways to take screenshots in a Samsung smartphone, the first being by using hardware keys. For example, you have to long press either the camera icon or the power button while the device is still connected to the mobile network. Some newer Android phones, including the Fascinate and the Oneplus, let you double-tap the power button to take a snapshot. After a few seconds, the screenshot is automatically taken.
To take a screenshot in Samsung Smartphones with the keyboard, first, long-click on the overflow menu located on the far right side of the screen. Then click on the overflow menu labeled “orama.” Once you’re in the Gallery, you can click on the overflow menu again to choose” screenshot.” You’ll notice that the side key has changed – it is now the menu button instead of the usual overflow key.
How to take a screenshot in Samsung smartphones with the camera functionality: If you have taken a screenshot in your Samsung Smartphone, you can access the built-in image editor from the home page. Simply tap the gear icon found on the live page to open the photo gallery. In this new image viewer, you can click on the square button and drag the image anywhere on your screen.
How to take a screenshot in Samsung smartphones with the pen capability: To take a screenshot in Samsung Smartphones with the pen, first, long-press on the overflow menu located on the upper right corner of the screen. Second, click the overflow button again to open the image gallery. In this new gallery, you can click on the square button and drag the image anywhere on your screen. The result is a screenshot of your selected area. To zoom in and out, just tap on the touchpad or click on the pencil symbol on the upper right-hand corner.
How to take a screenshot in Samsung smartphones with the camera functionality: Taking a screenshot with the camera in your Samsung Smartphone is quite similar to the way you would take a snapshot with your digital camera. First, long-press on the camera icon on the main menu and select the mode option. For example, if you want to capture your portrait, you can change to portrait mode. When you are already in the snapping mode, simply press and hold the camera shutter button for two seconds to take your snapshot.
How to take a screenshot in Samsung smartphones with the mouse functionality: With your Samsung Smartphone, you can click on the overflow menu which is located in the upper right corner of your screen and then click on the pad next to the clock face. Clicking on this pad will bring out your options which include the camera, download folder, and then save all in one folder. If you prefer, you can drag and drop all your files here. If you need to focus on an area, just double-click on it. You can also preview your screenshots in the Gallery, which you can access by tapping the overflow menu that is present on your screen’s left side.
How to take a screenshot in Samsung Smartphones with the keyboard functionality: Taking screenshots in Samsung Smartphones with the keyboard is quite similar to taking screenshots with your digital camera. First, long-press on the camera icon on the main menu and choose the mode option. For example, if you want to capture your portrait, you can change to portrait mode. While in portrait mode, you can click the text you want to highlight and then release the shutter button.
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