BlackviewScreenshot 28-04-2021 There are five easy ways to take a screenshot on the Blackview A80s phone and a few more best tips tricks and cool hidden features to get a screenshot in a quick way:
Use Capture+ icon at notification bar
Install screenshot app from Google Play
We know you're smart. This is why there will be no instructions like select the screen you want to capture or turn on your phone. No nonsense. Exclusively the necessary information how to make a screenshot on the Blackview A80s phone.
To take a screenshot is to use the buttons. Press the Volume Down and Power buttons and hold them down until the screenshot is captured. You can use this method to screenshot with scroll.
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If the first way to take a screenshot not work and you can't find image we'll try other options.
The laziest option is to use Google Assistant. Just say OK Google and then Take a screenshot. The phone will do all the work for you.
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You can use additional screenshot apps which are a lot in Google Play: Screenshot Pro, Screenshot Easy, Screenshot touch, Screen Master, Private Screenshots etc... They all have instructions on how to use them to make a screenshot and save the picture. How do I share my screenshots? Depending on the Android version and the built-in UI, sending screenshots may differ. In lastest versions of Android (9 or 10), the quick actions menu will appear after you take a screenshot instantly. There you need to select the appropriate icon for sharing. Or just open the gallery app on your phone. Where are screenshots stored? If you can't find the screenshots you made, don't lose heart. The phone can save screenshots to different places. Again, it all depends on custom shells. A pure Android throws pictures into the gallery (DCIM). Other shells can save screenshots to a different folder for your comfort. These methods work with phones of all operators.
Blackview A80s has a screen resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels. So the screenshot will be the same size. And the file size will be 0.2 megabytes, so count how much space you need in your phone's memory or on your SD card. Some images or video from this post may not be your phone number. But, they have typical parts that will help you get the desired result.