How to take screenshots on Android phone?

penny
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Topic: Hardware
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jimlynch
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Hi penny,

Here's a helpful video that explains how to to screen captures:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ug3lIN-r9o

See some of the comments as well as there are some tips there that might be of use to you.

Kostas Braxos Dimopoulos
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Press Back key then press Power key your screen will go BLACK then press again power KEy so u get the Unlock screen and unlock your screen then pick the screen u want to Capture and press the HOME aka Menu BUTTON, it will make a screenshot. with it u can make more then one SS to Leave this mode JUST PRESS BACK KEY. that means if you ever press the back key u will loose the ability to take SS with the home button

 

Hope it helped

StillADotcommer
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If you have a Samsung Galaxy S II, first root your phone, then take screenshots by pressing the Home + Lock buttons. If not, you'll have to download an app. Screenshot apps include Screenshot It!, Screenshot, ShootMe, and PicMe.

FrankCaesar
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You can simply tap vol- and power button at the same time.

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