Samsung devices are well-known for their superior customizations to any other UI. The Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra smartphones were released in 2021. You may notice some differences in how things work when compared to your previous phone.

Taking screenshots on a Samsung device is straightforward.You can take a screenshot on your phone in a variety of ways. Let’s take a look at how to take a screenshot on a Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+, or S21 Ultra. You actually have a plethora of options for accomplishing this.

If you’ve been using an Android device, you’re probably familiar with this method of taking screenshots.

1. Volume Down Button + Menu Key

To take a screenshot, go to the screen you want to capture, then simultaneously press the Menu Key and the Volume Down Button.

A sound effect should play, and an animation should appear, indicating that a screenshot has been taken.

You’ll see a few shortcuts after you take the screenshot that you can use to edit it and quickly share it to different apps or emails.

2. Making Use of the S Pen (Only supports S21 Ultra)

Simply pull out your S Pen and select the Smart select option from the menu that appears.

You can use Smart Select to screenshot and share a rectangular area or a shape of your choice.

You’ll have more options for editing that screenshot or doodle on it with the S Pen.

3. Take a screenshot with your palm

Swiping your palm horizontally from left to right or right to left will take a screenshot.

It is not enabled by default on your phone, so you must first enable it. Toggle the “Palm swipe to capture” option to enable it in Settings > Advanced features > Motions and gestures > Palm swipe to capture.

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