How to Take a Screenshot on Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro

Learn How to Take a Screenshot On Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro with this below simple and easy step by step screenshot tutorial.

Method 1: Mi 10 Screenshot Using Hardware Keys

In this method, you are going to capture your device screen by using the hardware keys of the mobile.

Step 1: Go to the screen which you want to take a screenshot.

Step 2: Press the power and volume down button simultaneously and hold it for 1-2 seconds.

Step 3: You will hear a camera shutter sound or the screen will flash white indicating that the selected screen has been captured successfully.

Method 2: Mi 10 Screenshot Using Using Three finger Swipe Gesture

Step 1: You need to enable the swipe gesture option by navigating to the settings menu >> Button and gesture shortcuts >> Take Screenshots.

Step 2: Go to the screen which you want to take a screenshot.

Step 3: Swipe down the screen using three fingers top to bottom.

Step 4: You will hear a camera shutter sound which indicates that the selected screen has been captured successfully.

Method 3: Using Notification Bar

Step 1: Go to the screen which you want to take a screenshot in your Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro mobile.

Step 2: Pull down the notification bar and tap on the screenshot icon.

Step 3: You will hear a camera shutter sound which indicates that the selected screen has been captured successfully.

Method 4: Using Quick Ball

In this method, the screen of your Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro will be captured by using the Quick ball feature.

Step 1: At first you need to enable the quick ball to use the quick ball screenshot feature.

Step 2: Go to your Settings app >> Additional Settings >> Quick ball and tap on the quick ball to enable it.

After enabling the quick ball, it will be visible on the right side edge of your Poco X2 mobile screen.

Step 3: Go to the screen which you want to take a screenshot.

Step 4: Tap on the quick ball and click on the screenshot icon, you will hear a camera shutter sound, which indicates that the screenshot is taken successfully.

I hope now you can take a screenshot on Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro.

About The Author: Navaneethan is a fulltime technical writer who writes how-to tutorials in an easy step by step way. He has good technical knowledge of using Windows OS for 5 years and how to fix errors.

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