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how to take screenshot SF

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Sorry i havent seen any thread on this topic. may be i have missed it. can some one tell me how to get screen shots on SF

thanks

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use a camera or another phone to take the picture?

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There's an app in the market named 'Shootme'.

Once installed, you shake the phone about until you hear a click sound.

It then sends a screenshot of the current screen to the 3DGallery application.

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use a camera or another phone to take the picture?

*facepalm*

The two main techniques (for me) are DDMS from the SDK (harder) or ShootMe from the market (easier)

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shootme worked gr8-

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does anyone know of a screenshot app which supports auto-rotation to fix the upside down screen? alternatively, does anyone know of the relevant app calls to do this rotation as i might look to hack it in myself.

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You can rotate the screenshots from the default gallery app :(

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Hey, i read that froyo should support a shortcut to make a screenshot. You should press and hold [back] and then press [Home] and a screenshot should be created in /mnt/sdcard/Screen... i dont remember the name of the folder, something with S... but it doesnt work for me. Do you use an app for that? How do people create screenshots of ClockworkMod?

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i use drocap2

2 options

timed screenshot

or shake the phone

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(sorry about digging up an old topic)

What's been bugging me is the cause of this issue. Is the screen actually mounted upside-down? Except for ShootMe, you can see it when booting into Clockworkmod, but then, everything else in the phone seems to be aware of this and fixes it's orientation.

I just wrote to ShootMe author via e-mail with hopes of including some sort of workaround for this. I'll keep you posted.

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(sorry about digging up an old topic)

What's been bugging me is the cause of this issue. Is the screen actually mounted upside-down? Except for ShootMe, you can see it when booting into Clockworkmod, but then, everything else in the phone seems to be aware of this and fixes it's orientation.

I just wrote to ShootMe author via e-mail with hopes of including some sort of workaround for this. I'll keep you posted.

yes, the screen in the device is physically mounted upside down.

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but WHY is it at all?

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This is not the only device with a display mounted like this. Free physical space/connector position may be the reason, as all producers try to keep the handsets as small as possible.

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Hi, i am very new to android and just managed to root my san fran. I was wondering if there is a descent application that can take screenshots of my screen?

Thanks

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Hi, i am very new to android and just managed to root my san fran. I was wondering if there is a descent application that can take screenshots of my screen?

Thanks

https://market.android.com/search?q=drocap2

Works well and free.

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Shootme is very fiddly to start working. It fails to get superuser permissions and asks to confirm the EULA about 5 times. Eventually if you fiddle around long enough it stays active and works properly, but it's a lot of hassle. This is on JJ, MCR and FLB. Edit: Actually I just tried it again and it's behaving itself very well today on FLB-r9b!

Drocap2 simply doesn't install. I tried installing it on JJ, MCR and FLB... it downloads from the market, but then no installation happens. One time I managed to get it installed somhow, but it froze up the phone trying to open it. The only common factor I can think of is that I've always had one of Frankish's gingerbread themes. I wonder if it works fine without a theme.

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Shootme works well for me, but you need root access as with most/all screen capture apps :D

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Try Screenshot. Option to take the screenshot after a time delay or a shake of the phone. Never had a problem with it. Again, you need to allow it super user permissions.

http://www.appbrain.com/app/screenshot/com...soft.screenshot

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Try myphoneexplorer - apart from being friggin' cool, I recently found it does screen grabs too - all via your PC.

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Just wanted to know how to take screenshots of an android phone.

I've seen some on a few topics and was just curious as to how it's done.

Any help would be appreciated.

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search "shootme" app on the market, works fine,just needs root permission.

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Just wanted to know how to take screenshots of an android phone.

I've seen some on a few topics and was just curious as to how it's done.

Any help would be appreciated.

Please TRY using the search button before posting a new topic to see if the question has been asked before

I used it and found the 5 most relevant threads and merged them all for you

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Please TRY using the search button before posting a new topic to see if the question has been asked before

I used it and found the 5 most relevant threads and merged them all for you

Soz, but I did try searching...

Thanks for merging then anyway :huh:

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