Just like other variants of Samsung Galaxy models, the Galaxy A9 has also the capability to take screenshots using two different methods. Check out the easy steps below.
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How to take Screenshot using Hardware buttons
- Open the application/screen which you want to take a screenshot of.
- Now press and hold the Power and Home buttons together.
- You will see a quick animation and hear a feedback sound that will show that a screenshot was just taken.
How to take Screenshot using Palm Swipe Gesture
- You need to activate the gesture itself before you can actually use it. In order to do so, go into the Settings app and select the Motion menu.
- From the Motion menu, find out Hand Motions and then check the Palm Swipe to capture check-box.
- Close the settings app, head to the screen which you want to capture.
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