This is how to do screenshots on the Samsung Galaxy J1, J2, J5 and J7.
Once you know how to do it, this is a feature you are likely going to use a lot on your cell phone. It is arguably the easiest way of capturing what happens on your phones screen.
There are apps that helps you do this, but once I show you how to do it you will likely think this is the easiest thing in the world, and never even consider downloading an app for this task.
In this tutorial I will show you how to do it on no less than four different devices, but keep in mind that the button layout for these phones are the same. The way to screenshot on the Galaxy J series phones are the same across the J1, J2, J5 and J7.
How to screenshot on the Galaxy J1, J2, J5 and J7
- Press and hold the power and home button simultaneously.
- Don’t let go until your phone gives you feedback in the form of either a flash, a sound or a vibration ( Depending on your volume settings at the time )
To see the finished result just pull down the notification area by placing your finger above the screen and pull down. A thumbnail will be present. Press it to open it in your image viewing app.
If you took a lot of screenshots or you removed the thumb from the notification area, you can find the newly created images in your gallery app. If you don’t have a shortcut to your gallery on the home screen, open the apps drawer and locate the gallery app inside. A new folder named screenshots will be present. This is where your images will be stored.
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