3 Ways To Take A Screenshot On Your Realme Phone

Taking Screenshots with Buttons: The Classic Method

The most common way to take screenshots on a Realme phone, and most Android devices for that matter, is with a button combination. Here’s how to do it:

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

1. Locate the power button and volume down button on your Realme phone. These buttons are typically on the right side of the phone.
2. Press and hold both the power button and volume down button simultaneously. You’ll hear a shutter sound or see a screen flicker, indicating the screenshot has been captured.
3. Your screenshot will be saved in your phone’s gallery, usually in a folder called “Screenshots”.

This method is quick and easy to remember, making it ideal for capturing fleeting moments or full screens.

How to take screenshots on realme smartphones - Android Authority
How to take screenshots on realme smartphones – Android Authority

Taking a Partial Screenshot with Three Fingers: More Control

While the button method is great for full-screen captures, sometimes you might only need to capture a specific portion of the screen. Realme offers a handy three-finger swipe gesture that lets you take partial screenshots. Here’s how to enable it:

1. Open your Realme phone’s Settings app.
2. Scroll down and tap on “Convenience Tools”.
3. Within Convenience Tools, look for “Gestures & motions”.
4. Toggle the switch next to “3-Finger Touch & hold screenshot” to enable it.

Now, with the three-finger screenshot gesture enabled, follow these steps to capture a partial screenshot:

1. Navigate to the screen content you want to capture.
2. Place three fingers on your phone’s screen and hold them there for a moment. You might see a slight animation indicating the gesture is being recognized.
3. After a brief hold, a selection window will appear on your screen. This window highlights the area that will be captured in the screenshot.
4. You can now drag the edges of the selection window to adjust the capture area.
5. Once you’re happy with the selection, tap the checkmark icon to capture the screenshot.

This method gives you more control over what gets captured in the screenshot, perfect for highlighting specific elements on the screen.

Editing and Sharing Your Screenshots

Once you’ve captured a screenshot using any of the methods mentioned above, you can easily edit and share it. Here’s how:

1. Open your phone’s Gallery app.
2. Navigate to the Screenshots folder and locate the screenshot you want to edit or share.
3. Tapping on the screenshot will open it in full-screen view.
4. Most Realme phones offer built-in editing tools within the Gallery app. You can use these tools to crop the screenshot, add text or drawings, and apply filters.
5. Once you’re done editing (if applicable), you can share the screenshot by tapping on the share icon. This will present you with various options for sharing, such as sending it to a friend via messaging apps, uploading it to social media, or emailing it.

By utilizing the editing and sharing features, you can customize your screenshots and distribute them conveniently.

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