Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one of the most amazing Phablet device available in the Technology market. The device offers a variety of innovative features along with an all new S-Pen. You could manage and operate an entire device by using this S-Pen which is located beside the device. If you’ve just owned this device, it’s high time to learn some basic tricks about it. Today you are going to learn, how to take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 device from here. Follow the report given below! Samsung Galaxy Note 3

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There are three ways with which we can take a Screenshot on Galaxy Note 3 device.

How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with Buttons

Step 1 :

Open the Screen or App to take a Screenshot of it.

Step 2 :

Now, press and hold Power button and Volume Down button together. Make sure you do it perfectly.

Step 3 :

At the very next moment you would hear a Camera Shutter sound which means you’ve taken the Screenshot.

How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with Palm-Swipe Gesture

Step 1 :

Go to the Settings option from your device.

Step 2 :

Select Controls option from the Settings page.

Step 3 :

Under the Motion option, select Palm Motion option.

Step 4 :

Check the box beside Screenshot on the screen and you are done.

Whenever you want to take a Screenshot, just swipe your Palm horizontally on the display. The Screenshot will be captured and you could see it in the Gallery app.

How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with S-Pen

Step 1 :

Open the screen or an app to take a Screenshot.

Step 2 :

Now, remove the S-Pen from your device, Air Command Window will automatically display on your screen.

Step 3 :

Tap anywhere on the screen, the Screenshot of that particular Screen will be captured.

In order to access the Screenshots of your device, kindly open the Gallery app from your device. You would see different folders and albums there. Screenshots folder will be right there inside the Gallery app. Tap it out and you could see all the Screenshots taken by your device!


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