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How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy A12

How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy A12

Screenshots are an important part of any content marketing strategy, and Samsung Galaxy A12 users have a few different ways to take screenshots. This guide will teach you how to screenshot on Samsung Galaxy A12 with different methods.

1. Galaxy A12 Screenshot – Hardware Keys

If you’re looking for a way to take a screenshot of your Samsung Galaxy A12, you can do so by following these simple steps:

Hardware Keys

  1. Open the app that you want to take a screenshot of.
  2. Press and hold down the power button and the home button at the same time.
  3. Release the power button and the home button when you see the “screen capture” notification appears on the screen.
  4. You will now be able to save the screenshot as a file on your phone.

Read Also: How to screenshot on Samsung A32

2. A12 Screenshot – Palm Swipe to Capture

If you’re using a Samsung A12 phone and want to screenshot it, you can follow the basic settings which below mention.

Palm Swipe to Capture

To do this:

To enable Palm Swipe, go to Settings -> Advanced Features -> Motions and Gestures. There will be an option called Palm swipe to capture. It is disabled by default. Tap on it to enable it. Now swipe your hand across the screen to take a screenshot. The phone will vibrate to indicate that the task has been accomplished.

3. Samsung Galaxy A12 Screenshot – Assistant Menu

If you have a Samsung Galaxy A12, you may be familiar with the assistant menu. This is a menu that appears when you press and hold the power button and the home button at the same time.

When you are in this menu, you can screenshot (or save) your screen as an image file. To screenshot on a Samsung Galaxy A12, follow these steps:

Assistant Menu

To enable Assistant Menu, go to Settings > Accessibility > Interaction and dexterity and tap on the Assistant menu. A small circle will appear. Tap on the circle. A  number of options will appear. Tap on Screenshots. The screen will flash white, indicating that a screenshot has been taken.

Hazel Frank

Tech Overdue is written by Hazel Frank, a full-time Passionate Blogger interested in Tech innovations, Sports, Blogging, and writing almost everything.

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