If you have just downloaded a Samsung Galaxy Note 9, you're welcome with this great new smartphone. But if this is your first Android device, or even your first Samsung device, you can come up with some pretty basic questions. One of these may be how to take a screenshot, so let's answer it.
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Ways to Take a Screen on Galaxy Note 9
- Using the
- Buttons With Google Assistant
- Using Bixby
- Using Rolling Screens
1. Using the Power and Volume Buttons
The easiest way to take a screenshot on Galaxy Note 9 is the same as it's basically any Android smartphone. Just hold down the power button and the volume down button for a moment and what happens on the screen will take a screenshot. If the sound is on, a shutter sound will sound and the screen will flash too.
2. Using Google Assistant
Another way to take a screenshot on Galaxy Note 9 is with Google Assistant. Just open the assistant by pressing the home button for a long time and from there, ask the assistant to take a screen with voice or writing. As a fun bonus, the screen in this way actually hide the navigation bar and status bar icons.
3. Using Bixby
It's not often that we tell you to use Bixby, but Samsung's AI Assistant is quite useful for system tasks. By holding down the Bixby button, you can ask your voice to take a screenshot of what's on the screen.
4. How to use slideshows
The above methods take everyone a standard screenshot, but Samsung has a very convenient feature available with it. If you take a screenshot with the buttons, as described above, you will be presented with a toolbar at the bottom of the screen containing a button labeled "Scroll capture." This option allows you to capture more of what's on the screen, automatically scroll down and merge the screens properly. It is a very practical tool.
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