mic_888 · Jun 1, 2010 at 07:27 pm

Capture Screenshots with Shake and Save

Written back in 2009 by XDA forum member Moisisv, Shake and Save is a very useful application to capture screen shots of your Windows Mobile device.

Written for (but not limited to) the HTC Touch Diamond, Touch Pro, Touch HD and Samsung Omnia, Shake and Save is a print screen program that makes use of the built-in accelerometer in your device.

Just select your preferred image format, shake your mobile and the application will save the current screen displayed on your device. Supported image formats include .png, .bmp, .gif and .jpeg.  Shake and Save also supports multiple screen shots.

To download Shake and Save, and for more more information, visit the application thread.


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