How To Take A Screenshot On Google Pixel 2 [GUIDE]

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How To Take A Screenshot On Google Pixel 2 [GUIDE]
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The function that allows you to take screenshots on your smartphone has been one of the most useful ever since the introduction of Android and iOS smartphones. We like to use screenshots for some of our reviews, posts, tweets, or even as a reference in a conversation to share it with our friends and family or even keep them for ourselves. You never know when taking a screenshot will come in handy in regular life, so this guide will show you how to quickly and easily take a screenshot on Google Pixel 2.

The Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL were unveiled last week, and the anticipation for both phones is huge. Customers will undoubtedly want to make the best of the features once the phones are shipped to them. Still, one function remains the same, and that is taking a screenshot. Fortunately, Google ensured that taking screenshots is swift and easy for users of its Google Pixel 2 phones.

To take a screenshot on Google Pixel 2, follow these steps:

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Step 1: Open the file, image or webpage that you want to take a screenshot of.

Step 2: Press the power button and volume down button at the same time, and hold them for two seconds.

Step 3: If you did step two correctly, the screen of your Google Pixel 2 will flash and then show you the screenshot you took. There will be a notification which enables you to see the full image and give you options to share screenshots you take or delete them.

You will probably agree that the whole process of taking a screenshot on Google Pixel 2 is a piece of cake. The smartphone will even allow you to clear the notification if you want to view the screenshot later. The screenshot will be saved in Google’s Photos app or any other place in the Gallery that you choose.

What do you think about the Google Pixel 2 phones? Is taking a screenshot on Google Pixel 2 more difficult than it is on other Android smartphones? Please leave a comment.

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