Loading... Duh, palm swipe!! My phone just does a hard reset. I had captured a screenshot by accident before so I knew it was possible. Source
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Im so glad the 2 button method works still. June 10, 2012 at 11:02 am . This feature is not available right now. ugh it was annoying.
Reply Laura September 19, 2012 at 10:44 pm . Plz help me solve dis prob. Reply 11-04-2012,02:03 PM #6 bassmig Posts 301 Posts Global Posts 359 Global Posts Re: Phone won't take screenshot of it's screens Do you have the option enabled? How To Take A Screenshot On Samsung Galaxy S4 Extremely happy the way Android is getting better.
Glad to be of help. 🙂 Hope you enjoy the other articles on this website! How To Screenshot On Galaxy S3 Without Home Button This one has an overlay icon to take screenshot of any thing on the screen. Reply Harley says: July 16, 2012 at 11:15 am Thank you so much for the guide. http://androidfact.com/how-to-take-screenshot-on-samsung-galaxy-s3-i9300/ The second way worked the very first time.
i finally managed to get the timing right. How To Screenshot On Galaxy S2 LMFAO But that's the way you do it! Storing passwords in access-restricted Google spreadsheets? Both methods work so don't give up and just try it a few more times.
Permalink This is a great way to bring up the task manager, but I have yet to be able to get a screen shot using either method. Great help thank you 🙂 Reply John A. Samsung Galaxy S3 Screenshot Not Working Also please note that the side of your hand needs to be touching the screen then swipe to the left or right. Screenshot Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini Permalink Glad you switched back to Android!
Permalink On my Slll both methods work just fine. http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-galaxy/samsung-galaxy-ace-net-not-working.html Permalink Thank you! Flag as duplicate Thanks! Unless someone in the Note forum offers up a better answer, I would suggest finding the Samsung support website or phone number for country or region where you live. Samsung Galaxy S3 Screenshot Shortcut
Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose samsung galaxy s3 (PALM SWIPE TO TAKE SCREEN SHOT) Android Doctor SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe46,11246K Loading... Permalink Glad to hear it! 🙂 Reply meaky July 6, 2012 at 10:04 am . I still need to figure out the palm swipe, but that's step 1! http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-galaxy/samsung-galaxy-s3-led-not-working.html A trash bin will appear in the upper right corner.
Reply David K October 19, 2012 at 11:51 am . Home Button On Galaxy S3 thanks so much! (the home button and power button) Reply KC June 24, 2012 at 9:19 am . Permalink Thanks so much for this awesome tip - ten months of owning an S3 and I never knew how to do this.
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I am a real newbie at phones but a pro at computers. - Mal M. wikiHow Contributor Press and hold the the home button and the on/off switch at the same time until you see the page fly off to the right. June 4, 2012 at 8:49 pm . http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-galaxy/samsung-galaxy-ace-mms-not-working.html You will hear a camera shutter sounds that indicates your screenshot has been successfully taken and saved to your photo gallery. 6 Finished.
Nov 6, 2012 #21 crossmr Well-Known Member Joined: Nov 3, 2012 Messages: 102 Likes Received: 2 after getting the timing right the other day, i simply can't do it again. Reply John A July 17, 2013 at 7:26 am . Select MOTION. 3. Under “Hand Motion” settings, check “Palm swipe to Capture” checkbox. 4. It's a cool feature for sure.
Reply Lou Lange February 18, 2013 at 10:27 am . I almost didn't look here, because I knew the original question had been answered. Permalink Not one but two options; great; good and easy. Yep, you have to hold them both down for a few seconds until you hear the camera shutter.