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How do you screenshot Samsung S22 Ultra?? Have you moved from iPhone to Samsung, or are you looking to learn new different ways to take screenshots on Samsung? This detailed tutorial will show you three different ways to capture screenshots and long screenshots in Samsung S23, S22, S21, and other devices. Most Android phones have the same way of screenshotting the screen.
But when it comes to Samsung, we’ve multiple ways to do and being a Samsung phone user, you should know all of them. Here’s how to capture screenshots of the Samsung Galaxy S23, and S22 series.
How to Take Scrolling Screenshots on Samsung S23, S22, S21
Method 1: Power + Volume Down
Nothing new, all Android phones can take screenshots by pressing the Volume Down + Power button simultaneously, and it is also applicable for Samsung phones and tablets. Just press the Power button and Volume Down button, and the screen will flash, indicating the screenshot has been taken, either you can access it from Notifications or from the Gallery/Photos app.
Method 2: Palm Gesture
You don’t need to use any buttons when the word Gesture is involved. Palm Gesture makes it easy to take a quick screenshot without pressing any buttons. However, this feature must be enabled in System Settings. First I’ll show you how to enable palm gesture screenshots on Samsung and then you can capture screenshots.
- Open the Settings app.
- Search Advanced features.
- Go to Motion and gestures.
- Make sure Palm swipe to capture option is toggled on.
Now to take screenshot, swipe your palm from right to left on the screen to capture the screenshot.
How to Take Long Screenshots on Samsung S23 Ultra, S23, S22 Ultra, S22, S22 Plus
To capture scrolling screenshots on Samsung S23, S23 Ultra, S22 Ultra, S22, S22 Plus, you would need to use one of the above methods to take screenshots.
- First take a screenshot using any of the above methods, and when you see a screenshot floating bar, tap on the Down arrow in a box. It will automatically scroll down and capture screenshots, tap again to capture more elongated screenshots.
- Once you’re done, tap on Crop button to save the screenshot.
Method 3: Hey Bixby
I’m sure you must be aware of Samsung’s Virtual Assistant, Bixby. From its inception to date, Samsung has made Bixby much more powerful, and it gives quick access to tonnes of features with just your voice. We can also use the Bixby voice command to capture screenshots.
- Make sure you’re signed in with Samsung Account to use Bixby.
- Launch Bixby App.
- Tap on hamburger menu.
- Select Settings icon.
- Enable Voice, wake-up.
- Read the instructions on how to use Bixby Voice.
- To capture screenshot, all you have to say Hi Bixby, take a screenshot.
Smart Select (Capture Specific Area)
By default, any Samsung phone will capture a screenshot of the entire screen. But what if you want only to capture a specific area, not the entire screen? Yes, that can be done too, by taking a screenshot in the traditional way and cropping it.
Fortunately, using Smart Select, you can capture only a particular area of the display instead of taking a whole screenshot and cropping it.
Here’s how to enable Smart Select
- Open the Settings app.
- Tap Display.
- Enable Edge panels.
- Tap Panels, and select Smart Select.
- Now to access Smart Select, bring the Edge Panel on screen and swipe the Edge Panel option to access Smart Select.
- Choose any of the available shapes and, capture the display, tap Done to save it.