The J series Samsung was a great launch in 2016 and today continues booming. We are talking about mid-range smartphones with a youthful character, a true success of the marketing department of the company, especially with regard to the J5 and J7 models that are in great demand by the young followers of the popular Korean brand. Today we are going to teach you how to take a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy J1, J2, J5 and J7 using a couple of tricks that you can use in these models, especially one referring to the gesture control system that the J series incorporates.
Taking a screenshot may be necessary at a certain time to save the information that we have in view through the famous screenshot. Today you are going to learn how to do it using gesture control and the traditional alternative offered by these android.
Take screenshot on Samsung Galaxy J1, J2, J5 and J7 with gesture control
The gesture control or gesture control mode is one of the innovations that the Samsung brand has been adding to its latest generations of phones. You can use this function to take a screenshot. The way to do it is as follows:
- You rest your hand on the edge and vertically on the left margin or the right margin of the smartphone.
- In that position you proceed to slide your hand over the screen to the opposite side as if it were a manual screen sweep.
- You will immediately see how the photo is displayed in the Images folder of the cell phone’s Gallery or in the notification bar. It is possible to make modifications to some aspects of the image, such as placing another name that represents the reason for the screenshot.
Applications> Settings> Motions and gestures> Slide to capture> Activate.
This is a fairly classic function and you may already know it but if not, or you are a newbie in this world, we are going to explain it to you:
Locate the Home and Power buttons. Hold down these two buttons simultaneously for a few seconds.
You will hear the sound of the camera or you will feel some vibration of the phone. This means that the screenshot has already been taken.
As in the previous case, you will see how the photograph is displayed in the Images folder of the cell phone’s Gallery or in the notification bar.
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