Check the info in this post and learn how to successfully grab a screenshot using your Samsung Galaxy S10 device. The guide is easy to follow, and there are several different methods that you can use in order to take and save a screenshot on your device.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with Android 9 Pie, and in it you will find tons of cool new features and settings that will make your life easier when it comes to sharing content and information. Taking a screenshot on the Galaxy S10 can be done in multiple ways, one requires you to use the physical buttons, and another to using gestures.

How to take a Screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S10

The first method presented below teaches you how to successfully take a screenshot using your Galaxy S10 Palm Swipe function. If the Galaxy S10 is your first Samsung device, then you might not know about this method, so check the info below and learn how to take the screenshot easily:

  1. Go to Settings on your device.
  2. Open the Advanced Features now.
  3. Here you need to find and open "Motions and gestures" option.
  4. Tap on the "Palm Swipe to capture" option.
  5. Now you have to toggle the option.
  6. Close the Settings menu.
  7. Now you can go back to the content you wish to screen shot and swipe your palm from one side of the screen to the other.

The screenshot will make a sound when its taken and you will be able to crop it, edit it, share it, and save it.

The second method to get a Galaxy S10 screenshot will have you pressing Volume Down and Power buttons at the same time. As soon as you hear a sound you can release the buttons and the screenshot that was just taken will be shown on your device's screen.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and other Galaxy models are also supporting "scroll capture" content from web pages. In order to be able to scroll capture content you need to enable the Smart Capture option from the Settings> Advanced Settings menu.

These were all the steps you had to take in order to learn how to successfully take a screenshot of the content displayed on your device.

All the screenshots you're saving are stored on your device's internal storage, and you can view them using the Gallery app under the Screenshots folder. You can use the comments field below for any extra help learning how to use this particular function for your Galaxy S10.

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