How to take screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S III? Google makes taking screenshot as one of the feature built in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. However, you can’t capture Samsung Galaxy S3 screenshot with that combo ~ Power + Volume Down buttons. Samsung has its own ways to take Samsung Galaxy S3 screenshot.
Take screenshot on Android device like phone and tablet? Simple as ABC, right? Just install screenshot application like ShootMe or screenshot. Then take screenshot with it. However, they are only workable on rooted Android devices. How to take screenshot on stock Amazon Kindle Fire that comes without root access? It is not an easy task. But not mission impossible too. Personally, I won’t do so if just to take screenshot. However, setup this environment can do other important stuffs like root Kindle Fire, install custom CyanogenMod ROM or even install Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM on Kindle Fire. So why not?
Want to show off your games high score in your HTC One X to others? Or capture screenshot of HTC One X to write at blog just like me? Taking screenshot on HTC One X is as simple as ABC. No root access is needed like older Android 2.3 Gingerbread version. In addition, you have 2 methods to take HTC One X screenshot ~ HTC method and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich method.
How to take screenshot on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Samsung Galaxy S II? Yup, that’s the question you will ask when you still using the old method to take screenshot like on Android 2.3.x Gingerbread Samsung Galaxy S2. No worry, the screenshot function is still there. But it is not the same as it follows Samsung Galaxy Nexus which don’t have Home button.
Yeah… I thought that I need to root Samsung Galaxy S II first before I can take screenshot. All the screenshot capture applications like ShootMe, Screenshot It and Screenshot need your phone to be rooted first in order to work properly. However, Samsung Galaxy S2 does not need those screenshot capture applications because you can take Samsung Galaxy S2 screenshot with its own build in function…