Mon. Jul 4th, 2022

Different Styles To Take Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S10 Series

LSamsung Mobile Unleased a new set of beasts into the mobile phone community or let me say the smartphone world, the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e, and Galaxy S10 Plus. These new smartphones showed lots of new great innovation.

Let cut to the chase, one of the things that happen when a new smartphone is released is that, they tend to change the workflow of some of the features on the device. On the Samsung S10 series, we have this also.

  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Specs

Taking screenshot has been one of the features on most smartphones both on IOS or Android. The screenshot is one of the tools we use to save pictures or capture whatever is on our screen.

The sole purpose of this post is to share with you how to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S10.

Taking ScreenShot On Samsung Galaxy S10s

  • Using The Conventional Screenshot button

The easiest way to take a screenshot on any Android smartphone is to press and hold the power and volume down button. But on some Samsung devices with the home button, you will need to press the home button.

On the Samsung S10 series Press and hold the Power button volume button simultaneously.

  • Using Google Assistant

One of the most intelligent assistants on a smartphone is the Google Assistant which is made by Google for Android Operating System

On the Samsung S10 series just say

  • Hey Google
  • Take Screenshot

That’s all.

  • Take Screenshot Using Palm Swipe

This is not activated by default you will have to enable the feature manually. Let me work you through.

  • Go to settings
  • Find Advanced Features
  • Next, You Will See Palm Swipe
  • And, enable Palm Swipe

To take the screenshot Swipe the edge of your hand horizontally from right to left or vice versa to take screenshots.

  • Using Bixby

Just like the Google Assistant, Samsung created its own AI Assistant called Bixby. To take a screenshot you need to

  • Press the Bixby button or say “Hi Bixby” To launch the Bixby assistant
  • And, say “Take Screenshot
  • Using Scroll Capture

Scroll capture is the last option I’ll talk about how to take a screenshot on your Samsung S10 devices. Scroll Capture is handy when reading a long article and you want to capture the whole content.

  • Go to settings
  • Find Advanced Features
  • Next, You Will See Smart Capture
  • And, enable Palm Swipe
  • Activate the palm swipe to take screenshots, and then select scroll capture from the options on the bottom.
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So, Guys, that’s some of the tricks I have decided to share with you. You can choose from any of the options to take Screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10 Plus.

By Boinero

Tech Savvy, Enthusiast, Graphic Designer (Aspiring WEBDEV), Samsung/Pixel Lover, Occasional Blogger - Business -Family Man... Can help on Tech-related issue because is a passion to me

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