Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is a powerful mobile device with many cool features. However, if you just want to do the basics, here we show you how to take a screenshot with Galaxy Note 10. There are several ways to do this on the latest Samsung phones, and we will show them all to you.
Even if you know the typical push button, it changes on Note 10 is also not the only way to do it. You can capture the screen with the palm of your hand, a good S-Pen stylus, or have Bixby do it. Also, Samsung adds many additional features after taking a screenshot as well. This is what you need to know.
How to take a screenshot on Galaxy Note 10
- Press the volume down and the side buttons quickly
- Use S-Pen
- Ask Bixby to take a screenshot
- Use the palm of your hand
If you want to take a screenshot of something important in an email or save a photo, this is the easiest method. All the owner needs to do is immediately the touch both power Y volume down button At the same time Touch both and release. On almost all other Android devices, you press and hold and wait for the screenshot. With Note 10, If you long press, you will only get a reset / shutdown menu, because the power button is integrated with the Bixby button.
How to take screenshots with S-Pen
If you are a big S-Pen fan or use it frequently, you should also take a screenshot. When you drag the S-Pen, Touchez "Screen Write" or "Smart Select" in the pop-up window to instantly capture a screenshot. In addition to that, you can also quickly edit or draw with your pencil. Perfect for taking notes, surrounding things in photos, and more.
Drag the S-Pen, select Screen Write, wait for the phone to capture your screenshot, and you're good to go. You can change the color, pen size, and other adjustment options when editing images. Then save, cut, or share your new screenshot.
Ask Bixby to take a screenshot on Galaxy Note 10
Samsung Bixby virtual assistant is not that popular Google Assistant, Alexa or Siri, even if Samsung forces us to use it by pressing the power button. That being said, some people really enjoyed everything Bixby could do, and that included taking screenshots. Simply ask Bixby to take a screenshot with your voice, or by tapping the side button and selecting it from the options.
Use your palm to take a screenshot on the window Galaxy Note 10
Next, we'll show you a sweep of your palm, which could have accidentally tried to clean your screen and didn't even notice. You can take a screenshot by simply running your hand to the screen of your mobile phone.
Open what you want to catch, then hold the tip of your hand (wrist and palm edge and little finger) on the screen. Then slide the tip of your hand toward the full screen from left to right. This is a screenshot of a swipe gesture on Samsung phones. Similar to the image you see on the right.
This works in both directions and can take several tries before mastering this technique. Once found, you can quickly swipe to take screenshots and then share or save as you like. Again, the combo button is easier for me, but the movements are faster and work without picking up the phone.
Active Smart Capture Galaxy Note 10 (Scroll screenshot)
And finally, we want to show you or remind you of the scrollable screen capture feature, which is actually quite handy. Outside the "Smart Capture" box should be enabled, which is all additional controls and options on the screen after taking a screenshot. One of them is a scrollable screenshot, as shown below.
With this feature, you can easily take multiple screenshots of an entire website, a long email, or a full text message conversation. It allows you to take a long photo instead of taking several different screenshots.
Take a screenshot with a button combination, manual sweep, or S-Pen, then you will see something similar to our image above.
Press "Catch more" and Galaxy Note 10 will continue to take screenshots until you stop. Scroll down for you and take one after another. Very good if you take a lot of screenshots. If the pop-up window for this option is too slow for you, disable it in Settings> Advanced Options> disabling "Smart Capture".
Now just open your photo gallery and all your screenshots are in a folder with the same name, screenshots. You can easily edit this, change things to GIF, and then share them with the world. Enjoy Galaxy Note 10 and don't forget to protect it with one of the cases we recommend.