Take a ‘scroll screen’ on an Android
If you are running Android 12 or later:
1. Open a screen that allows you to scroll down, e.g. a website or a news article.
2. Press Power and Turn down buttons at the same time. You will see the screen flash and you will hear the camera shutter sound.
3. Press Catch more at the bottom. To select the content you want to keep, use the cropping tool.
4. Press Saving.
Pro tip: A little-known screenshot trick on many Samsung devices, such as the Galaxy family of phones, allows you to quickly take a screenshot by swiping the edge of your hand across your phone’s screen – left or right. To visualize this, make it look like you want to karate-chop someone by stretching your fingers out, then placing that edge of your hand on your screen and stroking left or right. You will see the screen flash and you will hear the camera shutter sound.
If this does not work on your Samsung phone, go to Settings | Advanced features | Movements and gestures | Swipe with the palm of your hand to catch. Then tap the switch next to it Swipe with the palm of your hand to catch to turn it on. If you cannot find this option, your phone does not have this shortcut.
Find, share and edit your Android screen
1. Open your phone Photos app.
2. Press Library | Screenshots.
3. Press Share iconwhich looks like three connected dots, to share a screenshot.
4. Press to edit a screen Edit.
If you do not have the Photos app, you are probably running an older version of Android. Open your phone Gallery app and tap Album view | Screenshots folder.