Today we are going to be talking about the Samsung Galaxy S21. This is a phone that has been out for a few months now, so I think it’s time to do an article on how you can take screenshots on this device! We have 5 different ways that will help you screenshot your phone. Whether you’re using the Samsung Galaxy S21 or another Android device, these tips should be helpful in getting what you need from your screen.”
1 – The Traditional Way
This is the most common way to take screenshots on Samsung galaxy s21. You can use this method whether you’re using a physical button or an on-screen button. First, go ahead and find what you want to screenshot. Once you have it on your screen, press and hold the power and volume down buttons at the same time. Hold these until you hear the shutter sound or see a flash, which means that your screenshot was taken!
2 – Palm Swipe to Capture
If you would prefer not to use the traditional method, there is a way around this. First, go into your settings and scroll down until you see “Motion”. Within Motion, look for a Palm swipe to capture under motions and gestures. Once it’s turned on, all that you have to do is swipe from left-to-right or top-to-bottom with your hand open. The screenshot will automatically save in your gallery so you can view it later!
3 – Use Google Assistant
If you haven’t heard of this yet, it is a powerful tool that most Android devices have these days. First, make sure your phone is set up and ready to go (you can do this by saying “Hey Google” or clicking the voice icon in the search bar). Once you are all set up with Google Assistant, say “take a screenshot.” This will take an image of what’s on your screen so you don’t have to worry about pressing any buttons! Just remember that if someone else doesn’t want their information taken, they can always turn off voice access for screenshots in their settings.
There are two other ways to use Assistive Touch when taking screenshots. If there’s no way around getting into another menu just to take your screenshot, you can click the Assistive Touch icon on your screen and select “Screenshot – Full Screen” or press the number combination of “Home + Power”. This will get all of what’s on your screen.
4 – Use an App
There are many different screenshot-taking apps out there, but we’re going to recommend one that is simple and easy to use. The app is called Screenshot Easy, and it’s free on the Google Play store. This app has a lot of features that can make your life easier when it comes to screenshots. You can choose what type of screenshot you want (full screen, selected area, or scrolling), set a timer so you don’t have to worry about timing yourself correctly, and even edit your screenshots before saving them!
5 – Use Hand Gestures
This one is pretty simple. First, go into your settings, and then under the Advanced tab you will see Palm Motion. Turn this feature on by turning “Palm Swipe to Capture” ON, which means that when you slide your hand across the screen it should automatically take a screenshot for you! However, if it doesn’t work there are other ways to do so with gestures like tapping three times or drawing an S or M shape in order to capture what’s on your phone without using any buttons at all.
There are many different ways in which you can take screenshots in Samsung galaxy s21 whether it’s with voice commands through Google Assistant, apps available for download from google play store like Screenshot Easy (recommended), palm swipe, or the old fashioned way with buttons. Whichever method you choose, these tips should help make taking screenshots on your phone a little easier!