How to Take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Core
As one of the most renowned smartphone series in the world, Samsung Galaxy established a global reputation and constantly trudges across new grounds. Over time, it also garnered a status of a pricey device, a fairly understandable set of circumstances since most of the Galaxy representatives came as definite groundbreakers.
Anyhow, Samsung Galaxy Core now drops as the series’ affordable phone, featuring both a solid set of hardware components and that distinctive Galaxy design. Specifically, the Core series packs a 1.2 GHz CPU, along with 1 GB of internal DDR2 RAM memory and 8 GB of storage space that can be extended with up to additional 64 GB via microSD memory card. Furthermore, a 5 MP rear camera is also included, as well as a 640 x 480 VGA frontal cam. The device runs a 4.1.2 Android Jelly Bean operating system, weighs in at just under 125 grams (0.275 lbs) and features 5.09 x 2.66 x 0.352 in dimensions.
Now focusing on the screenshot taking methods, taking a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Core can be done using one of the standardized screenshot techniques. The method itself requires the use of merely a few basic buttons, check out the detailed step-by-step guide below. Prior to venturing any further, we’ll point out that the very first step of adjusting and setting up the specific screen you’d like captured was not included, as it pretty much goes to show without saying. So now without further ado, let’s proceed to the guide below.
1) Press and hold the Power button and Volume Down key at the same time. It’s of crucial importance that the two keys are held simultaneously, meaning at the exact same time or otherwise the command won’t take any effect, leaving you empty-handed.
2) Wait for the shutter sound and a notification confirming the captured screen. The sound signal itself is a definite mark of the command’s success, hence no double-checking is required at this point. Finally, proceed to step No. 3.
3) Access the device’s Gallery section and locate your screenshot in .jpg format within the Screenshots folder.
As you can see, the procedure is essentially as simple as it can get. However, we will still dedicate a paragraph to the required buttons, just to have absolutely everything covered. As noted, the given buttons include the Power key and the Volume Down button. The Power key is the one located on the smartphone’s upper right side and is used for switching the screen or the entire device on and off. The Volume Down button is located on the very opposite of the Power key as the lower of two merged Volume buttons. As the name bluntly suggests, the buttons use decreases the Core’s overall volume.
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