Samsung have loaded its smartphone Samsung Galaxy S4 with lots of new functionality. This android smartphone have a huge screen of 5.0 inches (~441 ppi pixel density) have have resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. How does want to capture a screenshot of this huge display.
To capture a screenshot is as simple as to open a lock screen of your phone. Basically there are two methods to get this task done. The first method is the same method which all android users do and the other method is the method which previous galaxy users do.
The both methods to capture screenshot in Samsung Galaxy S4 are well explained in this video tutorial which is presented over here.
In the first method is very simple and you just need to press the two button all together simultaneously. Firstly open the screen you’d like to capture on your Samsung Galaxy S4. Then you just need to press and hold the lock screen key on the right of the phone and the home button at the same time. Just within a that pointing time the screenshot will be captured and the border around the screen to flash white.
This is the method for the pro S4 users. they don’t need to use two hands for pressing any buttons, but they just need to use the whole palm. You just need to put your hand on the any side of the screen making check that it covers it from top to bottom, now swipe it to the opposite side. This method works in both direction from left to right and from right to left also.
You need to enable some setting for the method 2, that is go to settings, than my device, than Motions and Gestures, than enable the Palm motion. Now you are done. Just swipe you palm and get the screenshot done easily.
Once the screenshot is done, you can delete , edit or share via a quick menu in the notification area. You can also tap on the image to open the whole screenshot in the default gallery app.
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