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In this Android Tutorial, we will tell you how to take screenshot on Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. Taking a screenshot is as basic as it can get as a feature on any device. Unless you are looking to take a full-screen scrolling screenshot, most of the times it’s a combination of hardware buttons which is used to take a screenshot. Same is the case with Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. There’s a combination of hardware buttons which pressed together for a specific period of time results in a screenshot on Galaxy Note 10 and Note Plus. The procedure to take screenshot has been changed a little bit since Samsung gets rid off of a dedicated Bixby Button. Instead, they have made power button dual functionality.
Be mindful of the fact that, Samsung has removed the dedicated Bixby Button but the virtual assistant itself is part of Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note Plus. To launch it, now you need to long-press Power Button. Long pressing the power button was used to bring up the power menu, but it has changed now. You now need a combination of two buttons to launch the power menu — power and volume down. Now, here comes the interesting part — the same two buttons are used to take a screenshot on Galaxy Note 10. Confused? No need to. As we are going to tell you below how to take screenshot on Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.
How to Take Screenshot on Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus
- Go to the screen of which you want to take a screenshot.
- Now press Power and Volume Down buttons and immediately release them.
- Don’t hold these two buttons as holding Power and Volume down buttons for more than 1 second would bring up the Power Menu.
It’s that easy to take a screenshot on Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.