How to take a screenshot on Galaxy Note 2 - Samsung Update

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The Galaxy Note 2 has amazing features and also amazing specifications. Here’s a useful guide that teaches you how to take a screenshot on your Galaxy Note 2. You can use any of the following methods on your device.

Basically there are 3 main methods to take a screenshot:

  1. By using the S Pen:
  • Hold down the S Pen button
  • While holding the button down, place the nib of the Pen on the screen
  • Wait for the screenshot to be taken
  • After that, the Galaxy Note 2 allows you to annotate, to draw and take notes on the screenshot
  1. By using the common method:
  • Hold down the Power button + Home button
  1. By using your palm:
  • Swype your palm from right to left over the screen

These are the only ways we know that you can take a screenshot of your screen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Hope they were useful for you.

 

 

 

Tudor Graur

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