How to be able to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the S10 plus now the great thing about having multiple different ways of taking a screenshot is that you never know what situation you pop in to wear one of these will just be a little bit more comfortable or just a little bit easier to take the screenshot.
So, How to Take Screenshots in Samsung Galaxy S10 if you still didn’t know about it. First something about S10, Samsung has always been known for their mobile displays but that is particularly best with the Galaxy s10 it brought an 18 by 9 aspect ratio Super AMOLED q HD resolution display with radically improved brightness you can actually take this phone outdoors and view content in direct sunlight the newer note 9 has improved the brightness even more but overall the Galaxy S10 display is still fantastic it was one of the first smartphones to start the trend of 18 by 9 displays with extremely minimal bezels it looks so clean the s8 was also the first Samsung Galaxy flagships to remove the capacitive touch navigation buttons as a result of these design changes the fingerprint scanner was moved to the rear because of the display and it’s in a really awkward spot to reach I still haven’t quite conformed to it but you do get various security options in addition to the fingerprint scanners so if you don’t want to use it there is an iris scanner that actually works pretty well but with a massive display on the front and all glass rear the s8 is one of the most fragile smartphones.
Take ScreenShot using Buttons Galaxy s10:
The first one we will be talking about is the traditional way of taking a screenshot in S10 which is the power and the volume down button so all you have to do is just press and hold on the power and volume down just for a couple seconds and then that is what initiates the screenshot.
There’s one little small additional feature just in case if you need to capture more in the exact same screenshot this is gonna definitely help out if you have a very long conversation maybe it is something that’s personal maybe it’s a funny story maybe it’s something that is legal reasons whatever the case what you’re able to do is when you take your screenshot.
You have the option called scroll capture and what scroll capture does is it allows to kind of capture more information that was pretty much-hidden meaning that is able to scroll down and add that into one image for you and then once you have all that done it also gives you the option that you can draw a crop as well as share.
- Just press and hold on the power and volume down
- Than Press Scroll Capture, you can press again and again until the page ends.
How to Enable Smart Capture in Galaxy S10:
The scroll feature, draw on the screenshot, crop on the screenshot and sharing feature can only be visible if you enabled Smart Capture. Which is one of the advanced features of Samsung S10.
- To Enable Smart CApture Pull down Notification Bar Go to Setting
- Then Tap on Advanced Features >> Smart Capture >> Enable Smart Capture
Take ScreenShot using Gesture in Samsung Galaxy s10
Moving on over into the second way of taking a screenshot this is where it’s gonna definitely come in handy if you’re already holding the phone with one of your hands and you just want to swipe across the screen now you want to make sure that you’re using basically the palm of your hand pretty much karate chop it and you’re sliding your palm the very bottom of your hand all the way across the screen.
If you notice when you took a screenshot where that scroll capture it’s only because that window cannot be scrolled down such as home page now if I was on a different website maybe in text messages or anything else then it would give that option for scroll capture
How to Turn On Palm Swipe Feature:
To turn on the palm swipe to capture Go to Settings >> Advanced Features >> Palm Swipe to Capture >> Enable
You’re not able to use this gesture while the screen keyboard is on so if you’re inside of a text message and your keyboard has popped up this feature will not be able to work.
Take ScreenShot using Bixby in Samsung Galaxy s10
The third way of taking a screenshot was one that was added in with the Samsung galaxy s9 plus as well as the Galaxy Note 9 and again here on the Galaxy S10 that is with the Bixby button so if you have yours activated to where you just press it one time it’s able to listen to you
- Press and hold Bixby Button for it to follow a command through Bixby say “take a screenshot”.
Take Screenshot Using Smart Select in Samsung Galaxy s10:
The very last way of taking the screenshot is one that’s just a little bit more customizable and which is by going over to the edge panel
- Just Swipe from the edge of the Screen to Make Visible Edge Panel
- Now swipe right or left until you see Smart Select Menu
- You can take Screenshot on Oval, rectangle, or even capture Animated GIFs.