How to take Screenshot in Samsung ATIV S Neo
How to Take Screenshot in Samsung ATIV S Neo
Using S Pen:
Step-1: Goto the screen which you want to capture.
Step-2: Hold the S Pen on the screen till you hear the clicking sound.
Step-3: The screenshot will automatically open and you can share it now.
Step-1: Place the screen which you want to capture in the display screen
Step-2: Press the Home key and the Power/Lock key simultaneously.
Step-3: Tap the screenshots in album gallery and share it.
Using Motion Gesture:
Step-1: Your mobile device supports the Palm swipe to capture screenshots.
Step-2: Tap the Application manager-> Settings->Motion and Gestures-> Palm Motion.
Step-3: Turn on the Palm Motion and click OK for the attention message if necessary.
Step-4: Turn on Capture Screen On.Now you can capture the screen by touching the screen with the side of your hand and swiping from left to right or vice versa.
Step-5: Tap the Albums in photos gallery to view the screenshots. Open the captures and share it.
Samsung ATIV S Neo comes with 4.77 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen display with 720 x 1280 pixels of resolution. The phone is powered by Dual-core 1.4 GHz Krait processor. It has 1 GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. It has 8 MP, autofocus, LED flash primary camera and 81.2 MP front camera. The phone is also powered by Removable Li-Ion 2000 mAh battery. The phone comes in Gray colors. It runs on Microsoft Windows Phone 8.
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