Screen Capturer – Get A Screenshot With Your Camera Button
Want a convenient way to capture a screenshot on your Windows Phone 7 device? XDA forum member JerryJiang has written a little application to enable capturing a screenshot using your camera button.
You’ll need to install the xap file, and start the capture task. The ‘task’ will then run and listen out for the Camera button event. Then all you need to do is navigate to any application and touch the Camera button to capture the screen.
The Screen Capturer allow you to capture 20 images at a time and save them into the Pictures Hub.
For more information including to download the Screen Capturer, pay a visit to the application thread.
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