Want to take a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy A50? In this guide, you will learn multiple methods to easily take screenshots on your Samsung Galaxy A50 device.
Here are the 5 different methods to take screenshots on your Samsung Galaxy A50.
Method 1: Using Volume Buttons
In most cases, using volume buttons on your Samsung Galaxy A50 to take a screenshot is the best option.
Step 1: Open the screen from which you want to take a screenshot.
Step 2: Press the Volume down and power button simultaneously or hold it for a second.
Step 3: After the screenshot is taken, you will be notified.
The screenshot is saved to your phone’s gallery.
Method 2: Using Swipe Gesture
By default, if you swipe your hands smoothly over your Samsung Galaxy A50 from left to right or right to left, it will automatically take the screenshot.
If it is not working, then maybe this feature is disabled in settings.
Here’s how to enable it:
- Open Settings.
- Go to Advanced features -> Motion and gestures.
- Look for the Palm Swipe option and enable it.
Method 3: Using Edge Panel
If your Samsung Galaxy A50 comes with an edge display, you can also utilize that to take screenshots on your phone.
To take a screenshot using the edged screen, first, you need to enable it.
Step 1: Open the Settings. Under Display -> Edge Screen, select “Smart Select” option.
Step 2: Now open the screen you want to take a screenshot of.
Step 3: Swipe from the right side of your screen.
Step 4: Select the “Rectangle select” option, then select the area you want to take a screenshot of and then tap on “Done”.
Step 4: Lastly, tap on the Download button at the bottom right to save the captured screenshot.
Method 4: Using Bixby
If your Samsung Galaxy A50 supports Bixby, you can also use that to capture screenshots using the below-mentioned steps:
Step 1: Open the screen you want to take a screenshot of.
Step 2: Now, say to the phone “Hey Bixby, take a Screenshot” and that’s it.
If your mobile is not muted, you will hear a sound that confirms that the screenshot is successfully taken, and it will be saved to your phone’s gallery.
Method 5: Using Google Assistant
Here is how to take a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy A50 using Google Assistant with the help of a voice command:
- Go to the screen you want to capture.
- Now just say to your phone “Hey Google, Take a Screenshot”.
About Samsung Galaxy A50
|Primary Camera||25MP, 8MP, 5MP|
|Android Version||Android 9.0 up to 11|
|Release Date||2019, 18 March|