How To Take A Screenshot On Samsung Galaxy S24 (Ultra) [All Methods]

Samsung’s newest Galaxy S series, Galaxy S24 devices are here! When you will be using your Galaxy S24 device, taking screenshots will surely be part of your day-to-day life, especially with the new Galaxy AI features that you will be trying around and sharing with your followers on social media.

Here at YTECHB, you have seen a good number of guides that show you how to take screenshots on different devices. Well, today we will look at the different ways you can follow to take a screenshot on Galaxy S24. With so many options to choose from, you can simply go for the one that works perfectly best for you. So, let’s get started.

How to Take a Screenshot on Galaxy S24 Series

Since the Galaxy S24 lineup is your usual slab-type phone, you do not have to wrestle too much when compared to foldable and flip-type devices. There are numerous methods as I have stated earlier, so pick the method that rocks your boat.

Good Old Button Combination

One of the oldest as well as most used methods for taking screenshots on your Android smartphone is by using the two-button combination. If you are someone switching from an iPhone to the new Galaxy S24 lineup, these steps are for you.

  1. Head over to the screen that you want to capture in the screenshot. 
  2. Simply press the Volume Down and Power buttons together.
  3. A screenshot animation will now take place. This will indicate that the screenshot has been captured.
  4. With the image captured, you will see several additional tools that you can use to perform different actions.

Take Screenshots Using Palm Gesture

If the button combination is not something you like and want a fancier way to take screenshots, you can use your palm to do the task. Known as the Palm gesture, all you do is simply use the edge of your palm and swipe across the screen to capture a screenshot. But, before you do that, you will need to enable this feature. Here are the steps.

How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S24
  1. Launch the Settings app on your Galaxy S24.
  2. Scroll till you find the Advanced Features option. Tap on it.
  3. Now, tap on Motion and Gestures.
  4. Here simply switch the toggle to On to where it says Palm Swipe to capture.

You can now simply swipe the edge of your palm across the screen to capture a screenshot.

Ask Bixby To Take The Screenshot

Samsung’s smart assistant Bixby can do a lot of things when you give it voice commands. But, did you know that you can also ask Bixby to take screenshots for you? Well, check these steps out.

How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S24
  1. Press and hold the power button on the right side of the S24 device.
  2. You will see the blue Bixby blob at the bottom of your screen.
  3. All you need to do is speak the following command/ “ Hi Bixby, take a screenshot”
  4. Bixby will now take a screenshot right away of the screen that you first invoked Bixby.

Wasn’t that simple and easy? Taking screenshots with your voice is one of the easiest ways to capture screenshots on your Galaxy S24.

Ask Google Assistant To Take A Screenshot

Google has a voice assistant that you can ask to perform various kinds of actions by giving it voice commands. If you prefer Google Assistant over Bixby, this guide is for you. Did you know that if you have Google Assistant installed on your S24, you can ask it to take screenshots? Here is how you can do that.

How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S24
  1. From the bottom left or right corner of your screen, swipe inwards.
  2. The Google Assistant popup will appear at the bottom of the screen.
  3. All you need to do is  say “ OK Google, take a screenshot”
  4. The Google Assistant will take a screenshot of your screen. You will also see a little notification pop up saying that a screenshot has been taken.

Tap To Take Screenshots via the Accessibility Menu

If you are an iPhone user who just moved over to the S24 lineup, you would know about the floating accessibility button that lets you perform a set of functions. Well, you can use the same feature also on your Galaxy S24 device. Here is how you can enable and use it.

How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S24
  1. Open the Settings app on your Galaxy S24.
  2. Now, scroll down and tap on the Accessibility option.
  3. Tap on Interaction and Dexterity.
  4. Finally, tap on the Assistant Menu toggle to switch it on. Confirm that you want to enable the floating assistant menu icon.
  5. On your screen, you should see a floating icon. Tap on it to reveal a small list of options.
  6. You will see the Screenshot option. Tap on it to take a screenshot of your Galaxy S24.

Take a Screenshot From The Quick Access Panel

The Quick Access panel on Samsung devices is where you have several shortcuts to functions that you would perform regularly. Did you know that you can take a screenshot from the Quick Access panel? Here is how you can do that.

How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S24
  1. First, swipe down from the top of your screen. Pull down to access the complete Quick Access panel.
  2. Tap on the Edit icon at the top right corner followed by another Edit option under Full.
  3. You will see several icons, simply tap on the Take Screenshot icon and drag it to the top.
  4. Tap on Done to save the changes.
  5. Now whenever you want to take a screenshot, simply pull down the Quick Access panel and tap on the Take Screenshot tile.

Take A Screenshot With The S Pen (Galaxy S24 Ultra Only)

If you own the best device from the S24 lineup, i.e. the S24 Ultra, you can use the S Pen to take screenshots for you. Here are the steps.

How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S24
  1. Navigate to the screen where you want to take a screenshot.
  2. Now, pull out the S Pen from your S24 Ultra.
  3. Using the S Pen tap on the little floating icon at the edge of your screen. A list of options will appear.
  4. Tap on the Screen Write option and the Screenshot will now be captured.
  5. You can choose to write anything over the screenshot or, if you don’t want to, you can tap on the Save icon at the bottom. Your screenshot is now saved to your device.

How to Take a Long Screenshot (or Scrolling Screenshot)

Now, when you take a regular screenshot, it just captures whatever is active or present on your screen. But what if you wanted to take a big screenshot without wanting to take multiple screenshots? You can now do that by using the Long Screenshot or Scrolling Screenshot method.

Take a long screenshot on Galaxy S24
  1. First, take a screenshot using any of the above methods. (All will work except for the method where you ask the Google Assistant to capture a Screenshot)
  2. When you capture a screenshot, you will notice a toolbar appearing at the bottom of the screen with a preview of your screenshot.
  3. Simply tap on the icon that has two drop-down arrows. It will not appear if the page doesn’t support scrolling screenshot.
  4. Keep tapping the icon until the screenshot cover the required amount of page you want to capture in the screenshot.

No matter what method you follow to take your screenshots, they will all be saved to the Screenshots album that can be accessed via the pre-installed gallery app.

Closing Thoughts

This concludes the comprehensive guide on how you can take screenshots on your Galaxy S24 device. If you use the Galaxy S24 or the S24+, you have seven options to choose from. But, if you use the S24 Ultra, you can choose from any of the 8 methods that we have listed above. Is there a need to use a third-party app on your S24 to take screenshots? No. With so many methods built right into One UI, the need for third-party screenshot apps is not needed. Comment below your favorite method of taking screenshots on your Galaxy S24 or other Galaxy device that you might be using.

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