There are a few ways to take a screenshot on your Android device.
To take a screenshot on your Android Device, press the Power and Volume down buttons at the same time.
If that doesn’t work, you can try pressing and holding the Power button for a few seconds, then tap Screenshot.
If neither of these methods work, you’ll need to check your phone manufacturer’s support site for help.
Take a screenshot on an Android without the volume button
You can use Palm swipe to take a screenshot on some Android devices, without even pressing a button. To enable this feature, go to Settings and search for Palm swipe to capture.
Then, tap the switch next to Palm swipe to capture.
Now you’ll be able to take a screenshot just by swiping the edge of your hand across your phone’s screen.
On some Android devices, you can enable a feature called Palm swipe to capture, which allows you to take a screenshot without even pressing a button.
How to take a screenshot if the power button isn’t working?
There are a couple different ways to take a screenshot if your power button isn’t working. One way is to use the Google Assistant. To do this, hold down the home button and then say “take a screenshot.”
The other way is to use Android’s built-in accessibility features.
To do this, go to Settings -> Accessibility -> Select to Speak. Then, turn on the switch and tap the screen where you want to start taking a screenshot.
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