How to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ – Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone has several functions may be the same as those in the Galaxy S8. Including how to take screenshots on the Samsung Galaxy S9, the process is not much different. Those who previously used the Galaxy S8 may be a little confused about how to take screenshots on Samsung S9 because this latest smartphone does not have a Home button like the Samsung S8.

How to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+

Method 1: Volume + Power key combination

How to take screenshots using this method is very easy. Just press and hold the power button and the volume button together until the camera shutter sound is heard and the screenshot image is displayed on the screen.

Method 2: Palm Swipe

Users can take screenshots of the Samsung Galaxy S9 using simple gestures. Simply swipe the screen with the edge of your palm from right to left or left to right.

 

The user will hear the camera shutter sound, and the results are immediately displayed on the screen. This feature must first be activated first by going to the Settings> Advanced Settings menu> sliding the “Palm swipe to capture” toggle button to the On position.

Metode 3: Bixby

We can use Bixby to take a screenshot in Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, and i think this is probably the simplest way to take screenshots on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +. Activate Bixby by saying “Hi, Bixby” or by pressing the Bixby button. Simply command this virtual assistant by saying, “Take a screenshot.”

After you take a screenshot, these next steps include will use Draw, Crop, and Share, which will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.

There is also an option called “Scroll Capture.” If you don’t see this option after taking a screenshot, do the settings first by going to the Settings -> Advanced features menu and activating Smart Capture.

Scroll Capture in Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ is a very useful feature that allows users to capture screenshots more than what is on the screen in one image. This feature can be used to capture entire web pages or a long list of several applications.

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All screenshot images generated will be stored in the Screenshots folder on the Gallery Album tab. If you see the Pictures tab, the images will be displayed together with camera photos. Users can also access it using the File Manager application by opening internal storage and then entering the DCIM folder where the Screenshots folder is located.