If you have an HTC device such as the HTC One M8, taking a screenshot in HTC Sense is easy enough. When the right combination of buttons is achieved, whatever is currently on your screen will magically appear in your Gallery app. From there you can share it with anyone you'd like. Not sure how? Follow along and we'll show you!
- Open the page on your HTC device that you'd like to take a screenshot of.
- Now press the power button.
- Without letting go of the power button, now tap the home button.
- Release both buttons.
That's all there is to it. If you succeeded in taking a screenshot, you should hear a shutter click and see a preview of your screenshot on the screen. You can also pull down the notification shade like shown above in order to verify your screenshot was captured. Your screenshot should now be saved in your photos. You can now share it however you'd like. Screenshots are especially convenient when you want to show someone what you're seeing and they aren't with you. Just snap a screenshot and send it to them in a message!
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