[Guide] take screenshots on your Huawei P10 and P10 Plus.The feature of taking screenshots is one of the most common and essential features that can be found in any smartphone. Every company might or might not have a different method of taking a screenshot in their smartphones. The same applies for Huawei P10 and P10 Plus; these are the latest and most in-demand smartphones of Huawei at the moment and they come with the feature of capturing almost any screen.
You can use the screenshot facility to capture an interesting conversation, or an image or even a new game record. The only exceptions to this feature are banking applications and payment gateways as you are not allowed to take their screenshots. The captured screenshots will be saved in your phone’s gallery and you will be allowed to edit or share the image after a notification pops up on the screen.
As I was telling you about different methods of taking screenshots, there is an interesting method of capturing a screen by scrolling screenshots. It will allow you to capture a complete page into a single image. This feature is not supported by stock Android yet but you can use it via third-party apps.
How to take screenshots on your Huawei P10 and P10 Plus
Here is a step by step guide on how to take a screenshot on your Huawei P10 or P10 Plus:
- Go to the screen that you want to capture.
- Now, Press and Hold the Volume down + power buttons simultaneously for one or two seconds.
- You will see an animation on the screen. This will indicate that you have successfully taken a screenshot on your Huawei P10 or P10 Plus’ screen.
- You will also get a notification in the notification shade which will show you the preview of the image. Just tap on the notification if you want to view it or edit it or want to share it.
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