Back then In first Android versions the process of screenshot taking was a real pain, but now the ability to take a screenshot is baked into the OS.Since introduction of Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) this functionality is natively built into the operating system.In this article we show you how to take a screenshot on an Android smartphone or table
For majority of Android phones and tablets, you can take a screenshot by
=>Holding down the Power button and the volume-down button simultaneously.
=>Press these buttons down for 1-2 seconds until your screen flashes.
=>The Picture is saved in your Gallery or your Screenshots folder.
The process differs on some phone models, though. For example, if you own a Samsung Galaxy phone or other device that has a Home button, you need to hold down Power + Home buttons to make a screenshot, just as it’s on IOS.
How to take a screenshot on Samsung s6
This days there are now more than one way to take a screenshot,especially on new and latest Androids Device.
For example,Samsung S6 lets you take a screenshot with a swipe of palm across the device. You can turn on this functionality in Settings => Motions and gestures => Palm swipe to capture, although Power + Home still work perfectly and even more reliable.
How to take a screenshot on Xperia Z3 and Sony Xperias
And with the Sony Xperia Z3+, Press the Power button to access the power options menu, you’ll find screenshot and even record the screen, and screen cast in the Power options menu.
How to take a screenshot on HTC,LG,G4, Nexus 6
Press and hold Power + volume down buttons together.
What is your preferred method of taking screenshots? Tell us in comments…