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When it comes to mobile phones and tablets these days, the ability to take screenshots, or to capture in a picture what is on the screen at that very time on your Samsung Galaxy A51, is an absolute must-have feature.
The Android 9.0 (Pie) operating system has a feature that allows you to do this operation without having to download and install any extra software.
A screenshot allows you to save a WhatsApp chat, Tinder profile, Instagram story or Facebook picture or video frame in the memory of your Samsung mobile. Taking a screenshot is simple.
In order to take a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy A51, you must first do the following easy steps:
Using the native Android method, which involves pressing the power key and volume down simultaneously, or through the proprietary system built into the Samsung personalization layer, which involves sliding the side of the palm of your hand across our Samsung Galaxy A51 screen from the left to the right side until we see a flash, which indicates that the capture has been completed, there are two options. Depending on the version of the programme you are using, this approach may or may not be accessible to you.
To use this gesture to take a screenshot, you must first enable it in the settings. To do so, go to the settings menu, choose “Advanced functions,” and then enable the option “Move palm to capture” from the drop-down menu.
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