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How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S Advance? (GT-I9070)

Posted In HOW TO DO! - By DailyAndroidNews on Sunday, June 16th, 2013 With 15 Comments

To make a screenshot (take a picture of what you are seeing in the cell phone), you must press and hold the Home key (Home) and then simultaneously press the on/off (Power) for two seconds. When you release the power key, you will hear a voice and take the screenshot.


Edit : Android 4.1 => Hold home and power buttons at once and hold it for 2 seconds (thanks Lithuania)

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  1. radix says:

    It’s not working. I have Android 4.1 official.
    Any ideas?

  2. sunie says:

    me too. i cant screenschot after updated to 4.1 jellybean. what should i do???

  3. turtle says:

    Same goes to me.i can’t make any screenshot again after updated to jellybean.any help pliss.

  4. Lithuania says:

    Hold home and power buttons at once and hold it for 2 seconds

  5. carlos says:

    it worked!!!! THANK YOU !!!!!
    keep trying peopoe, it really works
    just hold that two buttons two seconds (hold it at the same time or it won’t work)

  6. Carlos says:

    I have 4.1.2 jelly bean s.advance

  7. Carlos says:

    press the buttons strongly

  8. Tzolis says:

    You will know if you pressed Home and Power button at once if the Applications History screen DOESN’T appear.
    Keep on holding both buttons until you hear the camera snapshot sound and a white frame appears around your screen( approximately after 2 seconds).
    Then you are done!
    (No need to release them until you hear the sound 😉 )

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