How to Take a Screenshot on ZTE Blade G
Released in April 2013, ZTE Blade G smartphone comes as the latest economy price range representative of the renowned Chinese manufacturer.
If we were to crack it open, we’d discover that the device features an array of solid components, power by a 1.2 GHz dual core CPU, also including 512 MB of DDR2 RAM memory and 4 GB of internal storage space, 1.9 of which is available to the user. The 4.5-inch screen delivers 480 x 854 pixel resolution, while the smartphone weighs in at a total of 140 grams (5 oz). 5 MP camera is also included, along with the micro SD card slot, allowing up to 32 GB of additional storage space.
As far as taking screenshot goes, you can capture any given screen using two of the device’s basic buttons. You can find the detailed step-by-step guide below, but before heading any further, we’ll point out that the first step of locating and setting up the screen you want captured was omitted from the guide, as it pretty much goes to show without saying. So without further ado, let’s proceed to ZTE Blade G screenshot guide.
1) Press and hold the Power button and the Volume Down key at the same time. It is of critical importance that the two keys are held simultaneously, meaning at the same time, or the command will not take any effect whatsoever, leaving you empty-handed.
2) Wait until you’ve heard the shutter sound followed by a brief flash, marking the command’s success. Therefore, once the given events occur, there is no need to double-check anything, simply proceed to the step No. 3.
3) Enter the device’s Gallery section, the screenshot will be located under the Screenshot folder in .jpg format.
Just to make sure sure everything is covered, we’ll dedicate the following paragraph to the specific buttons required for taking screenshots. As noted, the keys include the Power button and the Volume Down key. The Power key is the button used for switching the screen, or the entire device for that matter, on or off. It is located on the smartphone’s upper right side. When it comes to the Volume Down key, we’re talking about the lower of the two merged Volume buttons basically located on the opposite side of the Power key – the upper left part of Blade G. As the name bluntly suggests, the key is used for lowering the device’s volume.
If you’re looking for a more slick way to take a screenshot on ZTE Blade G, we recommend checking out the No Root Screenshot It app. Dropping in with a $4.99 price mark, the app allows you to set up your screenshot preferences to minute details and features a vast array of advanced functions. The basic screenshot function is additionally simplified, making screen capture a mere click of a button away.
So as you can see, the procedure itself is as simple as it can get, it’s all a matter of knowing which exact buttons to push. If you found our guide useful, make sure to like and share. You can also check out the embedded clip for a full video guide.