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Screenshot your way with four different ways with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

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Sprint Product Ambassador

Screenshot your way with four different ways with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

 

  1. Volume + Side keys
  2. Screenwrite 
  3. Smart select
  4. Palm swipe

 

First up Volume Rocker plus the side key. If you are a faithful or newbie to android, you may already know you can use the volume rocker and the side key to take a picture. However, it is slightly different from the Galaxy Note 10+. Just quickly press the volume down button and the side key right below it and take a screenshot.

 

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Second feature Screen Write: using the powerful S pen you can just remove it from the S Pen slot and the air commands will automatically populate. From there select, Screen Write and proceed to the screen you would like to capture. You can even edit the screenshot by adding notes or draw. Finally, just tap save and you have your own personal Screen Write pic.

 

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Smart Select is similar to remove the S pen and when air command launches select the Smart Select which option you would like to use for a rectangle, circle or a freeform capture.  

 

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Palm swipe is another option in which most people may be familiar with when it comes to Android.

You just choose the screen you would like to capture and swipe from either side of the screen and move across the screen with the edge of your palm. It is just that simple.

 

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Which screen capture method do you typically use?

 

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