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How to Take Screenshot on All Samsung Galaxy Phones

How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy? Palm swipe to capture? how to screenshot on Samsung?

Taking a screenshot is the easiest way we enjoyed using our smartphone. At one time, we need this screenshot in other to pass information to our friends and family. It can also be proof of something we saw online or even a receipt of a product we purchased.

Well, getting this done on our device is as simple and answering incoming calls. Anybody can take screenshots on their Samsung phone as long as they pay attention to this tutorial. Without wasting much time, below is how to take screenshots on Samsung GalaxyThis method of taking a screenshot works on the following Samsung phones.

Taking Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy

Step 1: The first step here is to locate the screen you want to capture.

Step 2: Here you will have to option to capture the screenshot. The first is the Android native method by simultaneously pressing both the power key and the volume down key.


Another method is through Samsung’s system: This involved sliding the side of the palm across the screen from the right side to the left on the Samsung Galaxy.

This method is not available on some Samsung phones. It will depend on the version you are using. Now to take a screenshot using this gesture you will have to activate it from the settings.

Just head over to the settings, click on “Advanced functions” and activate the option “Move palm to capture“.

Step 3: After that, you will then see the captured image automatically saved in the gallery of your photo app.

Step 4: You are done now. To send the captured image, click on it and then you can send it to anyone either through your contact or other messaging apps like WhatsApp and the rest.

Take Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Through Screen Settings

This method will be suitable for one-handed. You can easily take a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy S10e using the settings app.

Step 1: Go to the screen you want to capture the screen in your Samsung

Step 2: Now open the notification bar and select “Capture

Step 3: Done. The captured image will be saved on your photo gallery app.

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