Capturing screenshots on Android phones is an easy task. All you have to do is press a couple of buttons on your phone and your device will capture it and save it as a picture. There are some instances you’d like to capture a document or webpage that extends beyond the phone’s screen. The scrolling screenshot feature will help you with this.
As the name suggests, scrolling screenshots captures those long pages in one single shot while maintaining continuity. Android devices running Android 12 or above allow you to take a screenshot without installing a third-party application. Follow the steps below to take scrolling screenshots on Samsung Galaxy A14.
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Take Scrolling Screenshots On Samsung Galaxy A14
By default, the scrolling screenshot feature is enabled on Samsung Galaxy A14 and devices running Android 12 or above.
Firstly, find the content you’d like to capture on your phone. It might be a webpage, a document, or a menu. Next, take a screenshot of that particular content by using the default method which involves pressing the volume button and side key simultaneously.
At this point, you’ll see a menu appear at the bottom of the page. You’ll see a couple of options to Edit the screenshot, share the captured screenshot or crop the screenshot. On the menu, tap on the arrow icon(two downward arrows) multiple times until you reach the desired point.
Once you’ve reached the end of the page/document, let go of the icon. The screenshot will be successfully saved on your device. If you’d like to see the preview of the screenshot, tap on the image at the left side of the menu. All screenshots are saved on the phone’s gallery under Screenshots Album.
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