Do you own an LG Stylo 5 and are you facing issues when you want to take a screenshot of a particular screen on your phone? Then you are on the right website.
Let’s see how to take a screenshot on LG Stylo 5 using various methods.
Steps to screenshot on LG Stylo 5
Step 1: On your phone go to the screen of which you want to take a screenshot / screen capture off.
Step 2: Now press the power button and the Volume Down button at the same time and hold it for a few seconds and leave when the screenshot is taken.
Step 3: You will be notified on your notification panel of the screenshot
Step 4: Click on the notification of the screenshot to open the screenshot directly. You can also go to the screenshot folder in your phone gallery app if the notification doesn’t show up for some reason.
Step 5: Then you can now share or edit the screenshot with android’s inbuilt annotations tools.
Take Screenshot using Google Assistant:
- Open google assistant by saying hello google or toggle Google assistant by pressing the home button for 3 seconds.
- Now when you are on the screen type in “Take Screenshot” on the google assistant or say take screenshot to the assistant.
- Now your screenshot will be automatically be taken and will be saved on your screenshot folder.
- In order for this to work you should download the google search app and enable the screenshot feature on your device.
About LG Stylo 5:
LG Stylo 5 was announced by LG in June 2019. It has a 6.2 inch IPS LCD display along with a Snapdragon 450 chipset. It is powered by a massive 3500 mAh battery, 32 GB of internal storage and 3 GB of RAM.
Hope this article was helpful. Do let me know if you have any questions in the comments section below.
Gowtham V, the founder of howtodoninja.com is an experienced tech writer and a cybersecurity enthusiast with a passion for exploring the latest technological advancements. He has 10 years of experience in writing comprehensive how to guides, tutorials, and reviews on software, hardware, and internet services. With an interest in computer security, he strives to educate users by writing content on how to use technology, and how to also protect their smart devices and personal data from cyber threats. He currently uses a Windows computer, and a Macbook Pro, and tests hundreds of Android phones for writing his reviews and guides.