Sometimes you need to capture screenshots of your device’s screen. The Samsung Galaxy A21s is a very good smartphone by the Samsung.

How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Mobile Phone (1)

Here in this post, we will be discussing 6 ways to capture the screen on Samsung Galaxy A21s in a few easy steps.

How You can Capture Screen on the Samsung Galaxy A21s

After saving the screenshots, you will be able to open, edit, share, and remove captured screens in your Samsung Galaxy A21s smartphone’s gallery.

Method 1: Using Button Combination

Check the below steps to capture a screenshot using button combinations on your Samsung Galaxy A21s:

  • First, open the screen you want to capture.
  • Now Press & Hold the “Volume ↓ & Power Buttons together” until you see the screen flashes.
  • Amazing; now you will be able to see the captured screenshot directly on your Samsung Galaxy A21s’s Gallary app.

This method works with most Samsung devices. There are other ways as well that you can try from below.

Method 2: Palm Swipe

Follow the steps below to take a screenshot using the Palm Swipe feature on your Samsung Galaxy A21s:

  • First, Go to the “Settings” and “Advanced Features” tab on your Samsung Galaxy A21s.
  • Now, Open “Motions and gestures.”
  • Tap on the “Palm swipe to capture” option.
  • The next step is to, Go to the screen on which you want to take a screenshot.
  • Swipe the edge of your palm from the left side of the screen to the right on your device’s screen.

Perfect!, Your saved screenshot should be in your mobile phone’s Gallery now.

Method 3: BixBy

Samsung does offer Bixby service, which helps you to take a screenshot using voice command. It’s easy to setup a Bixby voice command on your Samsung smartphone if your smartphone has that option.

Follow the steps to capture a screenshot using the Bixby voice command on your Samsung Galaxy A21s:

  • First of all, make sure that Voice wake-up is on.
  • The next step is to, Go to the screen on which you want to take a screenshot.
  • Just Say “Hi, Bixby” > Next, say “Take a screenshot.

Perfect!, Your saved screenshot should be in your phone’s Gallery.

Method 4: Scroll Capture

This method allows you to take a screenshot of the entire page of the phone display.

Follow the steps below to capture a screenshot using the scroll capture option on your Samsung Galaxy A21s:

  • Go to the screen where you want to capture a screenshot.
  • Now Press & Hold the “Volume Down button + Power Button”.
  • Tap “Scroll capture” to take a screenshot. Repeat until the page stops scrolling down

Perfect!, Now you have saved the screenshot successfully & it you can find it in your smartphone’s Gallery.

Method 5: Screenshot Using Toggle Option

Go to the screen on which you want to capture a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy A21s mobile phone.

  • Now, drag down the notification bar & select the screenshot capture icon toggle button.

You did it. Your phone’s screenshot will be visible on your Samsung Galaxy A21s’s gallery.

Method 6: Screenshot Using Google Assistant

Just like we did with the Bixby option, Google Assistant can also help you in capturing a screenshot of your Samsung Galaxy A21s mobile phone.

  • To take a screenshot using Google Assistant, just Press & Hold the Home button for a few seconds.
  • Google Assistant will popup on display.
  • Now, Just say, “ok google, take a screenshot.”
  • It will capture your current screen, but you need to save the screenshot manually on your mobile phone, as Google Assistant can not save it automatically.

We hope this page on The Android Portal site about a step by step guide on How to easily capture a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy A21s has helped you.

If you have any queries about anything corresponding to Samsung Galaxy A21s, feel free to share your ideas in the comments below.


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