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    Take Screenshot in Android Mobiles 2017

    Take Screenshot in Android Mobiles 2017
    Take Screenshot in Android Mobiles 2017

    Take Screenshot in Android Mobiles 2017

    Every one is confused because of Android. Do you know there is a facility of screenshot? You can make a screenshot of your android screen. The process of taking screenshot of your android screen is little bit confusing and different for every device. Here are the different ways to take a screenshot on Android.
    If you are running Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) and above
    If you have shiny new phone with ice cream sandwich or above, screenshots are built right into your phone! Just press the Volume Down and power buttons at the same time, hold them for a second, and your phone will take a screenshot. It will show up in your Gallery app for you to share with whomever you wish!
    If you are Running Android 1.2 and below
    Unfortunately, Android 2.3 and below does not have screen-shooting built-in. however, some devices (like many Samsung phones) do have these features, but it varies from phone to phone. For example, on many Samsung phones, you can press the home and power buttons at the same time to take a screenshot. Google around to see if your own phone has a built-in shortcut.
    If your phone does not have a shortcut built-in, you will need to use an app like No Root Screenshot It. You will need to install it on your phone and install its free companion app on your computer, which will enable screenshots. You will have to plug your phone back into your computer every time you reboot it, but you will have to plug your phone back into your computer every time you reboot it, but you will be able to take screenshots directly from your phone which is great.
    If you are rooted and running android 2.3 or below
    If you are rooted your phone, you have a few options. You can install an app like Screenshot UX, which will allow you to take screenshots through a variety of shortcuts, or you could flash a custom ROM that has screen-shooting built-in (e.g.  CyanogenMod).

    There are more screenshot methods than we could possibly list here, but these are some of the easiest (if you are not rooted but know how to use ADB, you can get a screenshot from the command line, for example). Check your phone and see what it supports out-of-the-box.

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