Android Wear devices have been receiving the Android Wear Lollipop Update 5.0.1 and almost all the wearable have got the taste of it. With lost of improved features of Android Wear Lollipop Update such as notification management, screen brightness with few more, the update also make it simple to take a screenshot on Android Wear Devices like Moto 360, LG G Watch R, Sony Smartwatch 3, Asus Zenwatch and few more.
Once the smartwatch receives the Lollipop update, it became very simple to take a screenshot on Android Wear Devices. Before you need to have some knowledge of ADB commands and access to your computer too. But now you just need the updated software and developer options [...]
Nexus 5 is the first smartphone to feature Android Kitkat 4.4 OS which was soon upgraded to 4.4.2 and like it’s previous version Nexus 4 (2012), it also supports to take screenshot easily of the huge 5 inch 1080 x 1920 pixels Full HD display.
Few days ago I shifted myself from the Samsung Galaxy S4 to Google Nexus 5, and the same day I faced an issue of how to take the screenshot on Nexus 5. In my previous Galaxy S4 phone I can easily swipe my hand over the screen an the screenshot was taken but the Google Nexus 5 doesn’t support that.
In major of the phones which have the physical home button, there is a method to take [...]
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 [...]