How to take screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Phones

Updated on September 9, 2013

In this tutorial we are going to guide you how to take screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Phone, including Galaxy S7, S6, S5, S4, S3, S2, Galaxy Note 1, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Grand, Grand 2, Galaxy Core and Galaxy Trend.

In case you do have any of the latest Samsung Galaxy Smartphone listed above then you can follow the below procedure to learn how to take screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Phones.

Take screenshot on any Samsung Galaxy Devices

There are two easy methods to take screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Smartphones. Below we are going to discuss both methods one-by-one:

Method 1:

Step 1. Press and Hold Power Button and Home Button at same time for 1-2 seconds until you listen shutter tone.

Samsung Screenshot

Step 2. Once screenshot is captured, then you will be able to see Screenshot captured notification in the Notification Menu. Simply Tap on the captured image to open it.

Method 2: Hand Swipe (not available in older devices)

Step 1. Open Settings > Motion.

Samsung Galaxy Motion

Step 2. Under Motions Menu > Find Hand Motion > Palm Swipe to Capture > Tick the Box to enable Hand Swipe.

Hand Swipe

Step 3. Now, shape your hand straight like you are chopping the screen and set your hand on any side of screen then swipe horizontally. If Hand Swipe is done correctly you will be able to listen shutter tone and you will be able to see Screenshot captured notification in the Notification Menu.

Samsung Motion Palm Swipe

Keep in Mind:

[*] There is no need of installing any third party application to take screenshot on your android phone, as because Screenshot is the inbuilt features of all Android firmwares.

[*] In case you find this tutorial useful then dont forgot to share it with your friends and leave your feedback using the comment box below.

[*] Palm Swipe Image used on this page is taken from the Official Samsung website.

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