Samsung Galaxy Express Prime is one of the newest AT&T prepaid phone available in United States on GoPhone. The budget friend smartphone offers value for money to customers who love prepaid network. Alongside with that AT&T also added Galaxy Express 3 as well to the GoPhone lineup. It also brings the beautiful and stunning Samsung’s proprietary Super AMOLED display to budget smartphones. After going through factory reset guide, here we show you on how to take screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Express Prime and on Galaxy Express 3 smartphone easily using all the possible methods.Taking Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Express Prime

Using Hardware Button Combination

Using the hardware combination of button is one of the most and widely used option to take screenshot on any smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Express Prime does have option to take screenshot using hardware buttons, just follow the process mentioned below –

  • Navigate to the screen for which you need to take screenshot.
  • No press Home button and Power button together for few seconds until you see flashy animation on your phone display. You will also hear a shutter click sound. Often times you might not be successful but keep trying until you get it.
  • Screenshot will be taken and you will also get notification of it.
  • All the screenshot are saved under Gallery in a auto created Screenshot folder.

Using Free Apps

There are several apps available at Play Store using which you can take screenshot but the only biggest downside is that you need to have root access on your phone and that’s not an easy task. So the method one is one out the suggested method because you don’t have to add extra burden of rooting your phone and installing an app. Still we have some apps for you listed here –

  1. Screenshot Easy
  2. Screenshot
  3. Screenshot Capture

We have also published a video showing how to take screenshot on Samsung Galaxy phones [The process is similar for all the Samsung Galaxy phones].

Do let us know if you face any issue in taking screenshot on your device.