You can take screenshots on Samsung devices, like on any other Android smartphone, by pressing the volume down button and the power button simultaneously. In addition to the combination of the volume control button and the power button, Samsung mobile devices also have support for using gestures to take screenshots. To take a screenshot, you can drag the side of your palm over the screen from right to left.
You also have the choice to request Samsung’s voice assistant, Bixby, to snap screenshots on your behalf. You might not be aware of this, but there is another way to take screenshots on recent Galaxy devices running Samsung One UI version 5.1. It involves a toggle that can be found in the Quick Settings panel that is located in the notification shade.
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This setting, referred to as Take screenshot, is hidden from view by default within the Quick Settings panel. However, that is simple to alter. To enter the Quick Settings panel, slide down from the top of the screen twice, then swipe left until you reach the end of the screen, and then hit the icon that looks like a plus sign. The next step is to locate the toggle for taking screenshots, tap and hold it, move it down from the upper part of the screen to the lower half, and then hit the Done button.
When you have finished doing that, you can access the Quick Settings panel at any time and tap the Take Screenshot toggle to take a screenshot. You should be aware, however, that because the toggle can only be reached through the notification shade, you won’t be able to take screenshots of the notification shade or the Quick Settings panel. Instead, you will need to use one of the other techniques discussed earlier in this paragraph.