Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Screenshots
The ability to take screenshots is what set us apart from the other primates on this planet. Unlike other phones, the Galaxy Note5 has several different ways to take screenshots. I’ll show you how to take some sweet screenshots, and then I’ll share some that I have taken. This is what friends do. I consider you a friend of mine.
Here’s how to take a screenshot using your Hardware buttons.
Screenshot With Gesture
Don’t even try to use the “Swipe to capture” feature. It doesn’t work. Well, it works if you have tennis-racquet-sized hands.
Screenshot With S Pen
The other way to screenshot on the Galaxy Note5 is to use your S Pen. Just pop the pen out, and select Screen Write. This will take a screenshot of what’s currently loaded on your display and allow you to write directly on it.
The homescreen is standard. Nothing special to point out here.
The Samsung settings menu is… extensive. I prefer the stock Android menu. It always seems like I’m searching way longer than I should be, in the settings menu. If your Note5 has received Android 5.1.1 or higher, a search will be added to settings.
The Samsung Camera app has plenty of features to keep you entertained. Here is what some of those features look like.
One of the signature features of the Galaxy Note phones, is the S Pen. When you pop the S Pen out, a menu will show up with shortcuts to apps that support S Pen features.
Here are some of the Samsung branded apps that will come stock, on your phone.
So now you have some screenshots of all the cool stuff on the Galaxy Note 5. All of your screenshots will be saved in a special folder, that can be accessed through your gallery. Try it out! Now go back to your mother’s basement, your noodles are done cooking.