How To Take A Screenshot On Samsung Galaxy S5

How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5 was making tons of sales in smartphone markets after it was revealed at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) and launched. Taking a screen capture or print screen on S5 has many methods and only takes a few minutes.

Steps on How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S5

There are many ways for taking a screenshot on Galaxy S5, they are pretty ones but they are also easy to use. For people who have switched from iPhone to android might find this quite new. Here are a few methods
Method 1: Palm Swipe to capture Screenshot 

Screenshot on Galaxy S5

This is the easiest and cool method to take screenshots in Galaxy devices like Galaxy S4, S5

  1. To enable this feature to migrate to Settings > Motion option 
  2. Choose Hand Motion option and then choose and enable “Palm to Swipe and Capture” option

Now the feature is enabled just swipe your hand across the screen either from right to left or from left to right horizontally as in the picture above. You will hear a shutter sound notifying that the screenshot has been taken.
Method 2: Using shortcut buttons on Samsung Galaxy S5 / S V
How to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S5

  1. Go to the screen or application you would like to capture screenshot/screen capture.
  2. At once press the home button and standby key on the right side and hold it for some time.
  3. After a few seconds, the border around the screen will flash informing that the screenshot has been taken and saved automatically.
  4. You can check your screenshot on the Pictures Gallery folder on your device

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