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! How To Take Long Screenshots On Your Realme Phone!




Taking Long Screenshots on Realme Phones (Realme UI 2.0 and Above)

If your Realme phone runs Realme UI 2.0 or a later version, you have two methods for taking long screenshots. The first method utilizes the three-finger swipe gesture. Here’s how to do it:

Realme  Pro  How To Take Screenshot, Long Screenshot And Screen Recording  in Realme  Pro
Realme Pro How To Take Screenshot, Long Screenshot And Screen Recording in Realme Pro

1. Navigate to the screen you want to capture in its entirety.
2. Ensure you’ve enabled the three-finger swipe gesture in your phone’s settings. This option is usually found under “Convenience gestures” or similar wording within the Settings menu.
3. Once enabled, firmly swipe down the screen with three fingers simultaneously. This will trigger a regular screenshot capture.
4. After capturing the screenshot, you’ll see a preview at the bottom of your screen. Tap on the preview to expand it.
5. Look for a scrolling icon labeled “Scroll” or featuring a downward arrow. This button signifies the long screenshot functionality. Tap on it.
6. The screen will begin scrolling down automatically, capturing the content below the initial screenshot. You can manually scroll to adjust the captured area or tap the screen to stop scrolling at the desired point.
7. Once you’re satisfied with the captured area, tap the “Save” button to save the long screenshot to your phone’s gallery.

Taking Long Screenshots on Realme Phones (Realme UI T Edition)

realme UI Tips & Tricks : Three Finger Screenshot - realme Community
realme UI Tips & Tricks : Three Finger Screenshot – realme Community

For Realme phones running Realme UI T Edition, the process is slightly different. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

1. Navigate to the screen you want to capture completely.
2. Take a regular screenshot using the standard method (usually pressing the power button and volume down button simultaneously).
3. After capturing the screenshot, you’ll see a preview at the bottom of your screen. Tap on the preview to expand it.
4. Look for an option labeled “Capture More” or similar wording. This button activates the long screenshot functionality.
5. Tapping “Capture More” will initiate the scrolling screenshot process. You can then scroll down the screen manually to capture the desired content.
6. Once you’ve captured the entire screen, tap the “Save” button to save the long screenshot to your phone’s gallery.

Take a Long Scrolling Screenshot in Oppo/Realme [ColorOS]
Take a Long Scrolling Screenshot in Oppo/Realme [ColorOS]

Additional Tips for Taking Long Screenshots on Realme Phones

Here are some extra pointers to keep in mind when taking long screenshots on your Realme phone:

Editing Long Screenshots: After capturing a long screenshot, you can edit it directly within the screenshot preview window. Most Realme phones allow basic editing functions like cropping, drawing, and adding text.

  • Sharing Long Screenshots: Long screenshots can be shared just like regular screenshots. Simply navigate to your gallery app, locate the long screenshot, and choose your preferred sharing method (e.g., messaging apps, social media, email).
  • Long Screenshot Limitations: While the long screenshot function is incredibly useful, it’s important to note that there might be limitations depending on the app or webpage you’re capturing. Some apps or websites may not render properly in long screenshots due to their design or coding.

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