Screen Capture App for Atrix
Unable to find a screen capture app that worked with his Motorola Atrix, XDA forum member mindphaze decided to write an app of his own.
The screengrab app is currently in it’s first version and tested only on the Atrix, so the dev is looking for suggestions, bugs, and improvements.
There are two options to enable the screen capture: 1) Shake to capture, and 2) Notification feature for a 5 second delayed screenshot.
The screengrabs are saved under a screenshots folder created on the internal storage. What’s more, unlike other screenshot apps, this one does not appear to require root access.
For more information, including to download the apk file, head on over to the application thread.
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