The other day I needed to take a screenshot on my LG G3 and did not know how because each Android phone is a little different on how that works. If you are looking for information on how to take a screenshot on your LG G3, I would like to help with that. LG has provided a couple of options for taking a screenshot and I am going to provide the 2 I use.
Where to press to take a screenshot and an example of a screenshot
First option is using the hard key method:
Find a screen you want/need to capture
Press in the middle between the volume down and power button (circled above).
This will press both buttons at the same time and take a screenshot for you
Screenshot has been taken, saved under Pictures folder and ready to share
Once taken, pull down on Status Bar
Select Share on the screenshot
Then select the method to share the screenshot
Example of where QuickMemo is found in Quick Settings and screenshot using QuickMemo
The other option I use for taking a screenshot is using QuickMemo. There are a couple of options for pulling up QuickMemo and I am going to provide the steps for how I do it.
Make sure QuickMemo is one of the options through Quick Settings
Quick Settings has an edit tab that allows the user to select settings or apps to feature in Quick Setting along with order they appear in.
Find a screen you want to capture
Pull down on Status Bar
Enter a note, circle key information to be captured
Select Save icon that looks like a floppy disk
Select Gallery or QuickMemo+ for where you want to save your screenshot
Depending on what I want to capture, the hard key option is the fastest and easiest to share method. The QuickMemo option provides the ability to highlight and apply a note if needed.
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