How to take a screenshot on Samsung phones
Updated: Apr 20, 2022
Whether you've just completed a new level in a game or need to save an essential document, you can record it with your Galaxy phone by taking a screenshot. Taking a screenshot may change depending on the sort of phone you have. In any case, saving photographs on your phone is a simple and convenient operation. Let's look at the many methods for taking a screenshot on Samsung telefoon.
Using Key Combinations
The methods for taking a screenshot are similar no matter what phone you have, however they do differ slightly depending on the phone. You'll need to find the Power and Volume down keys before you can take one.
The Volume keys are usually on the left side of the device, while the Power button (or Side key) is on the right. The keys may, however, be in the wrong place for some models. Alternatively, all the keys can be on the same side!
To snap a screenshot, press and hold the Volume down key and the Power key (Side key) at the same time. The screen will flash to show that a screenshot has been taken.
Using Scroll Capture
Is that website too big to fit into a single screenshot? Scroll capture allows you to snap many screenshots of a single page and combine them into one large image. That way, you'll have a whole image.
1. Go to the screen you wish to capture and click it.
2. To snap a screenshot, simultaneously press the Power (Side) and Volume down keys.
3. When the Smart capture menu displays, tap the downward arrow-shaped Scroll capture symbol, which will bounce up and down.
4. Then, to start the scroll capture process, tap the icon a second time.
5. Continue tapping the icon until it reaches the bottom of the page, or wherever you want it to go.
6. By tapping the hashtag icon in the Smart capture menu, you can add tags to your screenshots.
7. You'll see some suggested tags, but you can also make your own. To save your tag, tap Save.
8. Simply tap outside of the Smart capture menu bar after you're finished. To see the screenshot, either tap the snapshot preview or go to Gallery.
Using Your Voice
You can snap a screenshot with a simple voice command if you have Bixby Voice or Google Assistant set up. Bixby will capture what's on your screen if you say, "Hey Bixby, take a screenshot."
You'll be able to access your screenshots in the same spot no matter what phone you have. Simply go to your apps and select Gallery. You can hit Albums on some phones to see a collection of all the screenshots you've captured.