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Take Screenshots of Your Honeycomb Device with Screenshot ER
We are all familiar and fond of apps that are able to take screenshots of our device’s screens. This is a fantastic tool to showcase the work of devs, as well as to show off your own style and compare it to other’s devices. However, there are not many (if any) apps of this kind that will work on the infamous Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb. Well, the wait is over as XDA member ftgg99 has released Screenshot ER, which will allow you to do this in a wide variety of ways, including by shaking the device. Needless to say, shaking a device with a 10 inch screen may prove to be a dangerous bid, so please be sure that you are safe and away from any objects or people around you. After all, no one likes to get hit with a giant piece of electronic hardware.
The app is free for all xda members and should work on anything lower than Honeycomb as well. So, please leave some feedback for the dev if you like he app.
Fahrbot Mobile are happy to present our XDA-exclusive screen capture app for all rooted devices, including those running Andorid 3 Honeycomb: Screenshot ER.
Our app employs a unique solution to allow capture on any device, and is currently the only application capable of working on Honeycomb.
The app will always be available for free from XDA, it is our gift to the community.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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