How to capture screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

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Capturing screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ is a breeze, and this can be done in multiple ways. Here you will get some simple and easy methods to choose from. Some of them also work on all brands of Android phones, where some of them are exclusively for Galaxy phones.

Here are five easy ways to capture screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

  1. Capturing through Buttons
  2. By palm swiping
  3. Using Smart capture
  4. Through Bixby
  5. Via Google Assistant

Capturing through Buttons

This is the most common and straightforward method for capturing a screenshot, on all brands of Android smartphones. Just use the power button and volume down button of your phone simultaneously, wait for a second and the screen will get captured.

Steps:

  1. Open the screen you want to save as screenshot.
  2. Now, tap and hold power and volume down button together.

That’s it! Screenshot captured.

By palm swiping

Capture a screen with just palm swiping over it. Only you’ve to do is swiping your palm across the complete screen from left to right side or right to left.

Just the feature should have to be enabled from settings. Open settings and check it.

Steps to enable palm swipe to capture screens:

  • Go to ‘Settings.’
  • Then ‘Advanced features.’
  • And enable ‘Palm swipe to capture.’

Steps for taking a screenshot:

  1. Open the screen you want to save as screenshot.
  2. Now, swipe side of your palm across the screen from left to right side or right to left.

That’s it! Screenshot captured.

Using Smart capture

The Smart Capture feature of Galaxy S9 and S9+ instead of just capturing a screenshot, this feature will also allow you to capture the complete web page or a window.

Start by using a common screenshot method either capturing with buttons or swiping the side of your palm across the screen. Once you do this, tap ‘Scroll capture’ option from the bottom of the screen and continue tapping to go down and capture the whole page. But, before using you have to enable the feature the from the settings of your Galaxy S9 and S9+.

Steps to enable Smart capture:

  • Go to ‘Settings.’
  • Then ‘Advanced features.’
  • And enable ‘Smart capture.’

 

Steps for taking a screenshot:

  1. Open the screen you want to save as screenshot.
  2. Use the first (Using buttons) or second (Palm swiping) to start capturing the screenshot.
  3. Wait and tap on ‘Scroll capture’ option at the bottom of the screen.
  4. Continue tapping the ‘Scroll capture’ button to capture the complete page.

That’s it! Screenshot captured.

Through Bixby

Bixby of your Galaxy S9 lets you capture a screenshot by simple voice command. Just launch the Bixby and ask it to “Take a screenshot.”

  1. Press and hold the Bixby button of your Galaxy to launch.
  2. And say, “Take a screenshot.”

Or

Enable the Bixby voice wake-up from the settings to launch Bixby by simply calling “Hi Bixby.”

Steps to enable Bixby voice wake-up:

  1. Go to Bixby home.
  2. Then go to ‘Settings.’
  3. Select ‘Voice wake-up.’
  4. And enable it.

Steps for taking a screenshot:

  1. Open the screen you want to save as screenshot.
  2. Say ‘Hi Bixby.’
  3. Then say, “Take a screenshot.”

That’s it! Screenshot captured.

Via Google Assistant

Other than Bixby, you can use the Google Assistant of your Galaxy S9 and S9+. Google Assistant also captures the screenshot with voice command.

Steps for taking a screenshot:

  1. Open the screen you want to save as screenshot.
  2. Say “OK Google” or hold the ‘Home’ button to launch the Google Assistant.
  3. Then say, “take a screenshot.” You can give command through the keyboard.

That’s it! Screenshot captured.

Karen Minton  is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. She writes about the latest updates regarding mcafee.com/activate and how it can improve the work experience of users. Her articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.

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