Taking a screenshot is not a complicated action and certainly not a new option. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Note 8 users have many of the tools that the previous versions had, which means that this tutorial might as well be a simple reminder. Assuming you don’t remind what it takes to screenshot with a Samsung Galaxy Note 8, let us refresh your memory.
Go on and access the area that you want to screenshot on Note 9 and Note 8. As you probably know, you can take a picture of any window displayed on your device, from the main panel of the Home Screen to the content of an email or the display of a social media app. Go wherever you need to be, access the desired information, and prepare yourself.
We’re saying all that because the action in itself is so simple that you’ll want to try it out the moment you finish reading this – all you need to do in order to screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Note 8 is to simultaneously press the Power and the Home keys. Don’t just press, but also hold, right until you hear that short shutter noise specific to taking a picture with the camera app.
Just about that time, you’ll see a drop-down notification that acts as a shortcut to where your screenshot was saved. You can tap on it to access the photo and see how it went or you can continue taking other screenshots for the time being.
Just to recap, tap and hold the two keys, look for the camera flash and hear the shutter noise, and make sure you get the notification on the screen. They all mean that you have successfully taken a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Note 8.