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You want to capture screen content on a Motorola device. But
you do not know how to do that? Okay, don't worry! You are in the right place
because today in this post I will show you five methods on how to screenshot on
To take screenshots on a Motorola device there are no other different methods. You can still use the buttons on your phone to take the screenshots like another Android device.
In this method, you can use your phone button to take a screenshot quickly.
This is the most well-known screenshot-taking method for all Android devices. To
If you do not like the above methods then you can try this one. In this method, you need to use your three fingers to take the screenshot.
It's a simple gesture of Motorola screenshot settings. To use this you need to ensure that this option is enabled on your device.
Open settings > system > gestures > three fingers screenshot. Tap on the toggle button to enable (Ignore if it's already enabled).
To take screenshots you can also take the help of your Google voice assistant. To capture a screenshot by using Google Assistant:
You can also capture content beyond the display. If you want a long screenshot of a webpage or other content then there is an option on the Motorola device. To do this:
Below are some questions related to how to screenshot on Motorola. Many people search for this question on search engines or forums. So I added them to this article for my readers.
There are many methods you can use to capture screenshots without the power button. You can use gestures, I mean use a three-finger screenshot. Also, you can use the help of a voice assistant.
All the methods I share above. So you can try as you wish.
Maybe the app doesn’t allow you to take screenshots for security reasons. Either your phone storage is full. So try to empty the storage space and try again.
You can use any of the five methods to capture screenshots on the Motorola device I discuss above. I hope this article is very helpful to you.
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