Guide: How To Take Screenshots On Moto G5 And G5 Plus.Here in this guide, you will learn how you can take screenshots of a screen On Lenovo made Motorola Moto G5 and G5 Plus.
Lenovo has launched two new devices Moto G5 and G5 Plus.These are the successor to the very popular Moto G4 and G4 Plus respectively.These devices will be mid-range devices.These two packs some awesome features and decent specification.Many users are waiting to buy these devices.So here we are sharing step by step guide to Take Screenshots On Moto G5 And G5 Plus
The Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus have a metal build that is a colossal jump far from the original Moto G as far as design. Both devices look practically look similar to each other, beside their physical size and a couple of minor contrasts. You might have been wondering how to take screenshots on these two upcoming devices, well you don’t have to think much because we are going to tell you how to take screenshots on moto g5 and g5 plus.
Step By Step Guide To Take Screenshots On Moto G5 And G5 Plus
Follow the following steps to take a screenshot:-
- Go to the screen whose screenshot you wish to capture
- Press the power button or screen lock button and volume down button together
- If the screen flashes and you hear a shutter sound that means you have captured a screenshot successfully
- The screenshot will be saved in the screenshots folder of the photo gallery
You can check your screenshots notification in the notification panel
So this is the in-built way of taking screenshots in the moto g5 and g5 plus, in case you have any problem while taking screenshots with this method then there are a lot of applications on the play store so you have two ways for taking the screenshots.
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