Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are two of the most remarkable Android devices available in the market. Even when the Samsung Galaxy S7 has been launched, the grace and market traction of Galaxy S6 has not ended. These phones are and will remain the top selling Android smartphones. If you have just bought Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge and wondering how to take a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, you are at the right place because I am going to talk about a couple of easy ways to take a screenshot on these Android devices.
Just go the to the place, app or screen of which you want to take the screenshot.
Press the Home Button ( the big button at the bottom center of the front of your device) and the Power button (the one at the top left of your phone) at the same time. Keep pressing them both together for one or two seconds.
You will hear a cracking snapshot camera sound and screenshot will be taken.
Wondering where are your screenshots in Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge? No problem. Just go to the Gallery and screenshots folder and you will find your screenshots located there. You can also find them from the My Files folder.
There is another method to take a screenshot in Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
Tilt your hand on its side. This should be in such a way that your thumb should be away from the screen (refer to the photo on the mobile as shown below).
Now just swipe in any direction and the screenshot will be taken.
The above method to take a screenshot in Galaxy S6 is possible due to the gestures feature. If you don’t have it enabled on your phone, follow the steps given below.
Launch Settings in your Android and go to Motions-> Motions and gestures” options.
Now tap “Palm swipe to capture.”
Toggle the option ON.
This is how to take a screenshot in Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge. In case of any question or feedback, comment on this post.
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