Do you want to take a long screenshot of your Galaxy phones? Well, it’s easy to take a normal screenshot by pressing the power key and volume down simultaneously. However, if you’re new to the Samsung Galaxy ecosystem then you might face some difficulties while taking a long screenshot. So, in this post. we’ll show you how to capture a scrolling screenshot on Samsung phones without using any third-party scrolling screenshot apps.
Meanwhile, taking a normal screenshot can be useful but in the meantime, capturing a whole page at once will cover more details. The scrolling screenshot feature is available for both iOS and Android devices. Furthermore. Scroll Capture captures whole web pages with a few touches. Rather than sharing many screenshots, Scroll Capture will capture them all in one convenient file, allowing you to share them all at once, saving you time and energy.
In order to capture or take a scrolling screenshot on your Samsung phone, you must enable the “Screenshot toolbar” within the Settings app.
Enable Screenshot Toolbar
- Go to the Settings app.
- Tap Advanced features.
- Select the Screenshots and screen recorder option.
- Here enable the Show toolbar after capturing.
How to Capture Scrolling Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy (Android 12)
Scrolling screenshots were not available on Android smartphones until a user requested that Google add them. Google first stated that the functionality was impossible to deploy, but subsequently acknowledged that it was indeed viable.
Scrolling screenshots are available on a limited number of Android handsets, including those from Samsung, OnePlus, LG, and Huawei, under various names.
Here are the steps to take long screenshots on Galaxy phones:
Note: The screenshots are taken on Samsung One UI 4.1 based on Android 12 and the steps may vary if you’re using an older version like Android 11 or 10.
Step 1. Go to any screen that you wish to and take a long screenshot. Press the volume down and the power key to take a screenshot.
Step 2. The Scroll Capture icon will be shown among the Crop, Edit, and Share icons. Tap it and drag it to where you want it to stop.
Step 3. On the lower left side of the screen, you’ll get a little preview of the taken long screenshot.
Step 4. The scrolling screenshot will be saved on Gallery apps within the Screenshots folder.This is how you can capture a scrolling screenshot on a Samsung Galaxy phone with the built-in scrolling screenshots feature. The good point about this feature is that you don’t need any third-party apps.
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