Taking screenshots on your Android device is mostly the same every time. Although hardware makers usually try making theirs quiet different from their rivals. This way, the skills or manner used in an Android powered device might be different PR slightly different. All the same, the ways are quiet the same.
Unlike Apple, the iPhone are almost the same in the sense that they are all made by one same manufacturer and this creates some sort of similarities in aspects like this.
So to take a screenshot on your Android enabled device, there are two approaches to take.
#1. a you get yourself into the Android app store and then enter the keyword Screenshot, Screen grabber then you will surely lots of results from which you can determine which to download based on user reviews. This approach is quiet simple and straightforward. Since all you need to do is install a software that does the job without too much stress. But on the other hand,
#2. You need yo use some combinations of keys in other to get this done. For example, in my Android enabled Itel it1501 iNote smartphone, though I have a software installed to do the job, all I need to do is combine the Volume-Down button and the Power Button at the same time. What I meant is that you simultaneously press these two buttons at the same time that’s when the device screen grabs any current screen it is. In other Itel devices like the Itel Prime tablet it1702, This approach is the same. Some other hardwares are different. For example, in Samsung Galaxy Mega, you need to just make a very close swipe from the right to the left side of the screen to get the job done and easily. In the case of Android applications, I use one particular one which I would recommend. Its called Screenshot Easy. With that software, you can easily take a shot of any screen you are on your Android phone by simply doing whatever it says since the software communicates with the hardware.
Anyway, let’s answer the question in a more mature way then.
How do I take a screenshot on my Android enabled phone?
1. Navigate to any screen you want. As in go to anywhere on your phone where you’d like to take the screenshot.
2. While you are set, the hold down the Volume down button and the Power button at the same time until you hear a beep sound and a change of condition your screen.
3. Your device should automatically create a sub folder in your media folder which is labelled “Screenshot” and in it, you can see all your screenshots.
4. In case your software failed to, you can download an app that creates it automatically when you take a screenshot. Remember the Screenshot Easy app I told you about.
Quick Facts: In almost all Android devices running KitKat (4.0) and above, this trick applies to them but hardware maker usually differentiate this feature from one another. Like I said, in some Samsung smartphone, you’ll need to just swipe the screen while other might involve holding those two combined keys together until Android respond with a screenshot.
I hope that helps. In case you don’t feel helped, you can comment below and mention your own type of device and I will tell you how to do the screenshot. Thanks.