Taking a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy J5

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If you are one of the lucky people to get new Samsung Galaxy J5, but dont know how to do a screenshot,we will show you right here. The process is a simple enough but might require a few tries to get it right the first time. In this post, we will show you an easy and simple way to take screenshots on your Samsung Galaxy J5. Also check our other articles where we have covered similar articles to screenshot Galaxy J2, Galaxy J7

Screenshot Samsung Galaxy J5

Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy J5

Steps to take a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy J5

  1. Navigate to the screen image that you wish to save. 
  2. Press the Home key - Wake up and the Power key together at the same time. 
  3. This may not work in first try, so try again if you still cannot see anything.
  4. A screen capture sound will occur and the display will fade for a second. 
  5. Pull down the notification area to view a thumbnail of the photo. 

You might need to practice a few times to get it right, but once you have the knack, you'll find it very easy in future.

Where to find saved Screnshots?

You can see your screenshots in the Gallery app, or in Samsung's built-in "My Files" file browser.

If you need to find the screenshots from a command line or through the Android File Transfer tool, they'll be in /pictures/screenshots.

As far as specifications go, the Samsung Galaxy J5 features a 5.0 -inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display and the display is quite vivid and colours are fairly punchy. There are not tweaks to  Android 5- Lollipop operating system which works well.

Then to storage, in addition to providing storage of external microSD, Samsung Galaxy J5 offers a relatively large internal storage with the capacity of up to 128 GB.  Also included is a 13MP camera on the back and front facing camera of 5MP resolution. The camera interface is completely overhauled but is still easy to get around.

This 4G handset gets power from a 2600 mAh battery which lasts long for a day easily. At $250, this is a good looking phone that promises decent all round performance. In our books, that seems like unbeatable value when you consider its rich feature-set and good all-round performance.
If you are one of the lucky people to get new Samsung Galaxy J5, but dont know how to do a screenshot,we will show you right here. The process is a simple enough but might require a few tries to get it right the first time. In this post, we will show you an easy and simple way to take screenshots on your Samsung Galaxy J5. Also check our other articles where we have covered similar articles to screenshot Galaxy J2, Galaxy J7

Screenshot Samsung Galaxy J5

Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy J5

Steps to take a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy J5

  1. Navigate to the screen image that you wish to save. 
  2. Press the Home key - Wake up and the Power key together at the same time. 
  3. This may not work in first try, so try again if you still cannot see anything.
  4. A screen capture sound will occur and the display will fade for a second. 
  5. Pull down the notification area to view a thumbnail of the photo. 

You might need to practice a few times to get it right, but once you have the knack, you'll find it very easy in future.

Where to find saved Screnshots?

You can see your screenshots in the Gallery app, or in Samsung's built-in "My Files" file browser.

If you need to find the screenshots from a command line or through the Android File Transfer tool, they'll be in /pictures/screenshots.

As far as specifications go, the Samsung Galaxy J5 features a 5.0 -inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display and the display is quite vivid and colours are fairly punchy. There are not tweaks to  Android 5- Lollipop operating system which works well.

Then to storage, in addition to providing storage of external microSD, Samsung Galaxy J5 offers a relatively large internal storage with the capacity of up to 128 GB.  Also included is a 13MP camera on the back and front facing camera of 5MP resolution. The camera interface is completely overhauled but is still easy to get around.

This 4G handset gets power from a 2600 mAh battery which lasts long for a day easily. At $250, this is a good looking phone that promises decent all round performance. In our books, that seems like unbeatable value when you consider its rich feature-set and good all-round performance.

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