Here’s how to take full page screenshots on Android smartphones

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Taking a screenshot comes in handy when you want to share something on your phone with your friends or saving it for use in the future. Taking a screenshot is quite easy, all you need to do is press the volume button and the power button.

Sometimes, taking a screenshot of a single screen is not enough and you might want to take a full-page screenshot or a scrolling screenshot. A full-page screenshot allows you to capture more than what’s on your screen at present, which may be useful while capturing long conversations.

While some smartphone makers such as OnePlus and Xiaomi have an in-built feature that allows users to capture full-page screenshots, some other smartphone makers do not provide this feature.

How to take full page screenshots on Android

There are several apps available on the Play Store that allow you to capture full-page screenshots. Today, we will be using an app called LongShot.

  • Download the LongShot application from the Play Store.
  • Open the LongShot app and allow it to access your device’s storage.
  • Click on ‘Auto Capture’ and then press ‘Ok’.
  • Provide LongShot accessibility permission.
  • Click on ‘Use service’ and then click on ‘allow’.
  • Now, tap the blue capture button and click on start now.
  • Floating start and stop buttons will appear on your screen.
  • Now, go to the screen you wish to capture.
  • Tap the ‘Start’ and it will automatically start scrolling.
  • Once LongShot has captured the required content, tap the top part of your phone.
  • You will now be allowed to adjust the image before saving.
  • Click on save and your image will be saved.
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