How to take Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Screenshot

There are several ways to take a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus but for me, I would only resort to two easiest methods. These methods will work on your device out of the box. Needless to say, you don’t have to change any settings or download apps just to be able to capture the screen.

In this post, I will walk you through on how to easily take a screenshot on your Galaxy S10 Plus. I am certain that the methods I will show you in this article can help you a lot especially if you updated from a mid-range Android device to the S10 Plus which has advanced features. If you’re one of the owners of this phone and are wondering how to take a screenshot, continue reading as this post may be able to help you.

But before we actually move on to our tutorials, if you have other issues with your phone, then visit our troubleshooting page as we’ve already addressed some of the most common problems with this device. In case you need more help with your problem, fill up our Android issues questionnaire and hit submit to contact us.

Taking a screenshot on Galaxy S10 Plus using buttons

For this method, you just need to press together a couple of buttons and the screen will be captured. There is no setting to disable or enable this and it’s actually the default way for almost all Android devices to take a screenshot. Here’s how it’s done on your Galaxy S10 Plus…

  1. Open the content you want to capture and make sure it’s displayed on the screen.
  2. Press the Volume Down and Power keys at the same time.
  3. The screen will flash for a second and it’s a sign that the screen was captured.
  4. The screenshot can be accessed or viewed through Gallery.

Personally, I prefer to use this method if I’m using other Android devices. However, I’m using Samsung’s flagships like the Galaxy S10 Plus, there’s another very easy way, and kinda cool, to take a screenshot aside from capture button.

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Take a screenshot on Galaxy S10 Plus using Palm Swipe to Capture

While I prefer the first method if I’m using other Android device, this one’s my favorite if I’m using one of Samsung’s flagship phones. It’s always fascinating to think that you can use your hand like it’s a scanner and not only that, you don’t have to perfectly time pressing two keys like the one above. All you need to do is run the side of your hand from one edge panel of the screen to the other and that’s it, no need to press and hold buttons. For you to be guided accordingly, follow these simple steps to take a screenshot using Galaxy S10 Plus’ Palm Swipe feature or smart capture using the edge panel:

  1. Open the content you want to capture and make sure it’s displayed on the screen.
  2. Swipe the side of your hand from one edge screen or edge panels to the other. You may swipe it from left to right or vice versa. You can also try the bottom of the screen. 
  3. The screen will flash for a second and it’s a sign that the screen was scroll capture or capture a screenshot.
  4. The screenshot can be accessed or viewed through Gallery and you can smart select them.

This feature needs to be enabled in previous Galaxy models for the the Galaxy S10 Plus and its variants, it’s enabled out of the box and you can capture a screenshot on the Galaxy S10 Plus easily. 

Aside from those methods, you can also use the Samsung’s Bixby digital assistant to take a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus device. Just press and hold the phone’s dedicated Bixby button on the phone and say, “Take a screenshot.”

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