Screenshots are important in case you want to save a file that cannot be downloaded, so you take a screenshot so as it would be easy for you to review your file. Screenshots are the easiest preferred way of how you can save anything you wants in your mobile phone’s gallery, mostly a document that you can not download. There are various ways of taking screenshots of your Samsung galaxy Galaxy A7 (2017) phone and I am going to show you some of the various methods of how you can take screenshots from your Samsung galaxy Galaxy A7 (2017) mobile phone.
- The first thing you have to do in this method one is tap on the “settings” menu of your SAMSUNG Galaxy A7 (2017) android phone.
2. Click on “motions and gestures”.
3. Select “palm swipe to capture” and turn it on by tapping on the top right corner of your SAMSUNG Galaxy A7 (2017) mobile phone.
4. Thereafter, you can now capture the screenshot by swiping the edge of your hand across your SAMSUNG Galaxy A7 (2017) mobile phone from side to side keeping your hand in contact with the screen.
This is the easiest and more convenient way of taking a screenshot. In this method, all you only need to do is press and hold the power button that is at the top right side of your Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) or on the left side depending on which type of SAMSUNG Galaxy A7 (2017) phone that you have and the home button at the bottom of your screen all at the same time in order for you to capture a screenshot.
Video on how to take a screenshot on Samsung
This method is preferably more suitable for users with Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)mobile phones that lack the home button right below the screen but instead have their home button in the screen. For such phones you need to press and hold the power key and the volume down key all of them at the same time for not more than three seconds in order to capture your screenshot and save it on your phone’s gallery.
The above are all the ways of how you can capture a screenshot on your SAMSUNG Galaxy A7 (2017) phone.
For more information, watch the following tutorial:
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