How to take a screenshot on LG K7
Taking Screenshot on LG K7 is very easy. Follow this below tutorial to take a screenshot.
We can take a screenshot on LG K7 by three different methods.
Method 1: Using Hardware Buttons
Step 1: Go to the screen which you want to take a screenshot.
Step 2: Press and hold the power button and the volume down button simultaneously
Step 3: You will hear the camera shutter sound which indicates that the screenshot has been taken successfully.
To view the captured screenshot, go to the Gallery app >> Screenshots
Step 4: You can also share the captured image using social media like Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Method 2: Using Capture Plus
Step 1: Go to the screen which you want to capture.
Step 2: Pull down the status bar and tap on the capture plus.
Step 3: Then click on the checkmark in the top left corner of your device and click the gallery to save your captured screenshot.
Method 3: Using Google Assistant
Step 1: Go to the screen which you want to capture the screen.
Step 2: Press and hold the home icon, google assistant will popup on your device screen.
Step 3: Then say okay google, take a screenshot. You will camera shutter sound which indicates the screen has been captured successfully on your mobile phone.
Note: You need to save the screenshot manually on your device
About the phone:
LG K7 smartphone comes with a 5.00 inches display with 480 pixels by 854 pixels of resolution.
The phone has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 1GB through SD cards. It is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor.
The phone has a 5MP primary camera and a 5MP front camera for selfies. It supports Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection features. It runs on Android 5.1. It is powered by a 2125mAh removable battery.
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