The Lumia 925 model represents the latest and arguably the greatest piece of smartphone technology ever to come from the globally renowned Finnish manufacturer. Featuring a Windows Phone 8 operating system, the Lumia 925 is Nokia’s key player on the competitive smartphone market.
One of the standard features enabled on basically every relevant modern smartphone device is the screenshot option. Although everyone knows such a feature exists, there’s more than a few of those who aren’t quite sure how to take a screenshot on Nokia Lumia 925. The procedure itself is as simple as it can get, basically summing up to mere few steps we will list below. So as long as you follow our basic guidelines, there is nothing to worry about, as you’ll have the screenshots wrapped up and saved on your device in no time.
The entire process requires the use of the smartphone’s two basic buttons, or keys – the Power key and the Start key, both located on quite prominent and easily accessible locations of the device. So let’s get started with that set of steps now, shall we?
1) Simultaneously press the Power key and the Start key. It is of great importance that the keys are pressed simultaneously, meaning at the same time, or there will be no effect.
2) Wait for the shutter sound; it marks the screenshot and basically guarantees that the screen photo was taken.
3) Enter the Photos section of the Lumia 925, then the albums part and the specific folder titled “Screenshots.” If the first two steps were carried out properly, the photo of the given screen should be available and good to go.
Seems simple enough, now doesn’t it? But just to make sure everything is crystal clear we will post a few additional explanations, primarily concerning the location of the buttons, or the keys.
So let’s kick things off with the Power key – the Power key is the button located on the right side of the device. It can found in the very middle of the Lumia 925’s right side and is generally used for switching the smartphone on, as the name itself clearly suggests.
Now there is also the Start key – the Start key is the button neatly found on the frontal side of the device, featuring a distinctive Windows operating system logo the entire world is more than familiar with. The precise location of the button is the center of the lower section, right beneath the screen. It’s basically the most prominent key the device has, so it’s pretty much rather hard to miss.
As far as the smartphone itself is considered, the Lumia 925 was originally introduced in May 2013 as the company’s flagship device. Featuring a 1.5 GHz dual core processing unit, 1 GB of RAM memory and a storage of either 16 or 32 GB of internal space, it is without as much as a hint of doubt one of the not only hottest, but the most powerful smartphones on the market at the moment.