The Galaxy Note II from Samsung is a popular phone and tablet, or “fablet,” which uses a pressure-sensitive pen to access apps and create emails and other documents. Unlike other Android devices, you can easily take a screenshot with the Galaxy Note II and share this screenshot via email or text message.
1. Start your Galaxy Note II. Navigate to the screen you want to take a screenshot of.
2. Press the power button.
3. Press the start button at the same time.
4. Hold down the keys for a few minutes until the unit produces a single shutter sound. Also the edge of the screen flashes to indicate that a screenshot has been taken.
5. Go to your gallery app to view and share the screenshot you’ve just taken.
1. Start the Galaxy Note II. Take the S-pen from the bottom of the device.
2. Navigate to the page from which you want to take the screenshot.
3. Use your thumb or forefinger to click on the side button on the S-pin.
4. Touch the screen with the stylus.
5. Wait a second for the shutter to click and the edges of the screen to blink. This indicates that a screenshot has been taken.
6. You can access your screenshots in the gallery app of your fablet.
1. Turn on the Samsung Galaxy device.
2. Click on the menu button on your phone.
3. Select the option Settings
4. Choose “movement. ” Then choose” Hand Movement. “This will change the settings for how you can record data with the Galaxy Note II.
5. Mark the field “Swipe with the palm for recording “
6. Navigate to the page from which you want to take the screenshot.
7. Swipe the right side of your hand from right to left, or from left to right across the screen. With Palm Wipe enabled, you can use this method to take screen snapshots until you turn off the feature.
8. In your gallery app, you can access your screenshots.
The Galaxy Note II runs under the Jelly Bean operating system, which allows these screenshot options. In late 2013 or early 2014, an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Note II is expected to come out. This update may change the way you capture screenshots with your device.