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How to take screenshots with the Samsung Galaxy S5

If you are a fan of Samsung Galaxy, and you already have used some of its models, than you will be delighted to know that if you want to take screenshots on Galaxy S5, procedure is the same like on every other Samsung Galaxy. If you are using Samsung Galaxy for the first time, you will have to learn How to take screenshots with the Samsung Galaxy S5. Screenshots are pretty cool, and you do not have to worry, taking screenshots with Samsung Galaxy S5 is very simple. You have two options for taking screenshots.

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Option number one is with Samsung Galaxy S5 buttons. In order to take screenshots you will have to:

1. Prepare the screen for taking a shoot

2. In the same time you will have to press two buttons – home button and power button.

3. After you do that, you will be able to find the screenshot in the Gallery

 

Option number two is a bit different. This option is pretty cool, and one more thing you have to know about it, this option is set by default. In order to take a screenshot, the only thing you will have to use is your palm. You need to lean your hand up on its side and make sure that your pinky is facing down. The next thing you need to do is just swipe with your palm across the screen, but you have to make sure that you will touch the screen just a little bit with your palm. Your phone will take the screenshot. Pretty cool, ha?

You can disable this option if you want. In order to do that you will have to:

1. Choose the settings menu

2. Choose motions and gestures option

3. Click on the palm swipe to capture

4. Tap the off option

As you can see both solutions  that we showed you so you can learn How to take screenshots with the Samsung Galaxy S5 are simple to do. You can choose whatever option you want, it is entirely up to you. With these options, you can easily capture the screenshot anytime you like, and share your screenshot or Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

 

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