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Different Ways on Taking Screenshot on Android

-- Monday, May 26, 2014
Though making screenshot was widely used in most Android users, many users still don’t know how to make a screenshot or which one is the best and most convenient. Today, I will show you three different ways to take screenshot of your Android handset, by Android phone itself or by PC software.

Part 1: Take screenshot by Your Android Itself

Android phones with different models and OS versions will have a different way making screenshot. Next, I will take Samsung Galaxy S3 for example. Samsung Galaxy S3 which carries Android 4.0, is easily take screenshot that you need only pressing the “Power off” and the “Volume -” button simultaneously for 3 seconds.

Take Screenshot on Android

Part 2: Snapshot Android Phone with PC software

There are some software on the Internet which can help you take screenshot with your Android. One recommended is Android Transfer. It can not only help you take screenshot of your Android, but also transfer your data between Android and the computer, even if they carries different operating systems.

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You can click camera icon to simply take screenshot of your Android and choose whether to snapshot your Android shell or snapshot the screen only. What you need firstly is to connect your phone to the computer and set up debugging mode on your device.

Take Screenshot with Android Transfer

As you can see, there are many methods for you to take screenshot on your Android. You can choose the most convenient and outstanding one to help you snapshot your Android.

Ivy Bruce

Ivy Bruce is the Founder and Editorial Director at Recovery-Android Studio. You can also find her on Google+ and Twitter.