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Take a Screenshot on Android Devices with One Click

Athryn Mitchell

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I want to get some images from the screen of my phone, but taking a photo towards the screen would be troublesome. Additionally, the reflection from the screen is annoying. Is there a possible way to take a screenshot on my Android phone?

In fact, it would be easy to get screenshot on Android from PC if you turn to Android Transfer for help. Android Transfer is specially designed for you to take screenshots of your Android device with one click. It allows you to save the screenshots on the computer in order to share them to the place you want to.
Android Transfer - get your screenshot in a ease.

It would be a little tricky for the Android user to get a screenshot of their phone. With this handy tool, you can get your phone's screenshot in a simple and easy way. Read the following step-by-step guide may help you achieve the goal.

Note: The following step-by-step guide is shown based on Windows version. If you're using a Mac, you can download the Mac version and do it similarly.

Take A Screenshot on Android Device Easily

Step 1 Connect the Android device to the computer
For Windows users, you can use either USB cable or Wi-Fi to connect your Android devices to the computer. For Mac user, you can only connect via USB cable. Your device will be shown as soon as detected by the software.

android transfer

Note: Android Transfer is fully compatible of Android devices with Android 2.0 or higher version. You can check this list to learn more about supported models.

Step 2 Take screenshots on Android
The "Screenshot" button is right at the bottom of the main device. When you are sure that the screen on your Android device is switched to the one you want, all you need to do is simply clicking the "Screenshot" button. The file browser window will pops up for you to locate the saving path for the screenshots. By default, the screenshots will be saved in PNG format.
screenshot button

If you want to take more screenshots from different displays, just switch the image you to save. Then, click the refresh next to "Screenshot" in order to fresh the screen in the primary window. You can click the "Screenshot" again to take more screenshots.
phone homescreen
home apps screen

That's all you have to do to take some screenshots on your Android device. Two simple steps give you a desired screenshot. Android Transfer would be your best choice on screenshotting.

Download it and have a try.

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