Samsung Galaxy Note 2: How to Take Screenshots Easily With No Applications

To be able to take a screenshot in Android phone, most of them are require root access or a third-party app. But by using the second generation of Samsung's phablet named Samsung Galaxy Note 2 you can do this easily and without the need for root or any third-party app. Thanks to its operating system Android 3.0 or above that has made this a very easy job.

See also: How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S3

Yeah, for some reason we might need to take a screenshot on our phone's screen, for example when we want to share a unique event on our phone or when we want to share how to do something using Android phone with other people, etc..

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To do this with the Galaxy Note 2 are very easily as written on There are 2 ways that you can choose and do. They are:

The first way
Hold down the Power button along with the Home button until you hear the sound of a camera shutter. Then you will receive a notification that contains mesages said "screenshot saved to Camera shots". The results of your screenshot will automatically be saved in the directory/Pictures/Screenshots, or you can also go to the gallery to see the results of your other screenshots that you have captured.

The second way
  1. Go to Settings-> Motion.
  2. Scroll down until you find the Hand Motion. Check the option Palm Swipe to Capture.
  3. Go out and try to capture things you want by swiping your palm on its screen from left to right or vice versa. After that you will hear the sound of a camera shutter, which means you have saved screenshots. You can see the results in the Gallery app.

Well, it's very easy, right? You can also use both ways mentioned above on the Samsung Galaxy SIII, and the second way also can be applied to the Samsung Galaxy SII. So, have you tried to take a screenshot on your Android device? Let me know by write them through the comments below :)

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