2 Ways To Take Screenshots On Your Realme Tablet

Taking Screenshots with Physical Buttons

The most common way to capture screenshots on a Realme tablet, and most Android devices for that matter, involves utilizing a combination of physical buttons. Here’s how to do it:

How to Take Screenshot on REALME Pad – Capture Screen
How to Take Screenshot on REALME Pad – Capture Screen

1. Navigate to the screen you want to capture. This could be anything from a webpage to an app or even your home screen.
2. Locate the power button and the volume down button on your Realme tablet. These buttons are typically situated on the side of the device.
3. Press and hold both the power button and the volume down button simultaneously. You might hear a clicking sound or see a brief screen flicker, indicating a successful screenshot capture.

Locating Your Screenshots

Once you’ve captured a screenshot using the button combination, you might wonder where it’s saved. Realme tablets typically store screenshots in the default Gallery app. Here’s how to find them:

1. Open the Gallery app on your Realme tablet. This app is usually pre-installed on your device and can be found on the home screen or app drawer.
2. Within the Gallery app, look for a dedicated folder named “Screenshots.” This folder might be located under the “Albums” section or directly on the main screen.
3. Open the “Screenshots” folder, and you’ll find all your captured screenshots listed chronologically. You can tap on any screenshot to view it in full size and share it with others or edit it using built-in tools.

Additional Features with Screenshot Capture

While capturing a basic screenshot is helpful, Realme tablets offer some additional features that enhance the functionality. Let’s explore these features:

Sharing Screenshots: After capturing a screenshot, you’ll often see a brief notification on your screen. This notification usually provides options to share the screenshot directly with your contacts or social media platforms.

  • Editing Screenshots: The notification might also offer an option to edit the screenshot before saving it. This could involve cropping unwanted portions, adding text annotations, or drawing on the screenshot to highlight specific areas.

  • Stay tuned for the next section where we’ll delve deeper into these additional features and explore how to leverage them to customize your screenshots!

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