Android 13 is the latest version of Android which is currently only available for Pixel phones. But soon it will be available for non-pixel phones. The new version of Android comes with lots of improvements. If you have updated your phone to Android 13, this guide is for you. Here you will know how to take a screenshot on Android 13.
The ability to take screenshots is one of the commonly used features on any phone and any device for that matter. And if you also take a lot of screenshots daily, you need to know most ways to take screenshots, even long screenshots. Here in this guide, we will cover common and popular methods that will make the process of taking screenshots easier.
How to take screenshots in Android 13
On almost all Android phones, some methods are common because they work on a common operating system. And in the case of Android 13, it’s the same. There may be differences in the options displayed after taking a screenshot, this is because Android phones run on different custom operating systems. Let’s take a look at the common ways to take screenshots in Android 13.
Screenshot using button combination
- Open the page you want to capture in a screenshot.
- Once on the page, tap Low volume and power buttons together.
- If volume down doesn’t work, try the volume up combination.
- It will now capture the screenshot and display it at the bottom of the screen along with other controls for that screenshot.
Screenshot using gesture
Android also comes with gesture control for taking screenshots. And in addition, the OEMs include additional gestures for screenshots. So it’s up to you which gesture you want to set and use to take screenshots. How to change movements.
- Open Settings on your Android 13 phone.
- Now navigate to System > Gestures > System navigation. It may be in a different section of settings depending on the phone you are using, so you can find it in settings.
- Here you can select any gesture you want to take screenshots.
Once you’ve done that, go to the side you want to capture and apply the gesture you just defined. It can be a swipe with three fingers down, swipe up and hold, etc.
Screenshot using third-party apps
When we talk about Android, there is no shortage of apps at all. Android is the platform with the most apps. And there are a lot of apps just for screenshots. So, even if the above steps don’t work on your phone, you can still try third-party apps. Here in this guide, we’ll take for example the tap tap app, which provides some interesting gestures to take screenshots.
- Tap Tap app is not available in play store so you can get it from XDA.
- Download and install the app on your phone.
- Now open the app. pressure Double tap actions.
- Delete all actions except Screenshot. If the screenshot action is not present, you can add it from Add Action > Utilities > Screenshot.
- Now go to the page you want to capture.
- Double tap the back of your phone and a screenshot will be taken.
How to take a long screenshot on Android 13
What if you want to take a long screenshot on Android 13? It is also called scrolling screenshot. Its advantage is that you can capture a complete web page in one screenshot, and you can avoid using multiple screenshots to save time. So, if you want to take a scrolling screenshot, you can follow the below steps.
So you can capture a long window in one screenshot. This is handy when taking screenshots of an entire web page, order menu, shopping cart, etc.
This is about how to take screenshots on Android 13. There are many other methods like using quick settings, assistive touch buttons, shortcuts, etc. But the methods mentioned above are common and easy. I hope you found the guide useful. Let us know if you have any questions.
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