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HERE IS A GUIDE FOR ALL NEW USERS FROM TOM-HELGE FROM XDA FOR X10 FOR SCREEN SHOTS THANKS TO PHROZENFEAR..

How to take screenshots on the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10

I'm gonna show you how to take screenshots on your Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10

Two separate pieces of software are required and must be installed on your PC:1.The Android software development kit (SDK)

2.The Java SE software development kit (SDK)

Once your downloads are complete a few steps are required to get things ready.

On your computer:1.Extract the Google Android SDK to a folder on your desktop

2.Install the the Java SE SDK

On the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10:1.Press Menu button and then tap Settings (figure 1)

2.Tap on Applications

3.Tap on Development

4.Check the box for USB debugging

Now you are ready to get started.1.Plug your Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 into your computer via USB and Windows will attempt to install all of the appropriate drivers; one of the drivers will not be found and thus you must proceed to Device Manager in your Control Panel and find the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 (there will be a yellow icon next to it)

2.Right-click on the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 entry and select properties; instruct Windows to update/install the driver for this device and when asked, simply browse to the usb_driver folder inside of the Android software development kit folder that you extracted to your desktop earlier -- the device is recognized and the driver is installed

3.Browse to the Android SDK folder that you extracted to your desktop and run the SDK Setup.exe to start the program

4.Once the application has launched you will be presented with a window as shown in figure 2 above

5.Click on the Refresh button so that the application can update its list of operating system SDKs available from Google

6.Check off the section next to the URL that is shown in the application (figure 2); you are now presented with a list of Android SDKs and Google APIs you wish to install

7.It is recommended that you select select all available packages for maximum compatibility

8.Once the files have been downloaded simply close the application

9.Browse to the Tools folder inside the Android SDK folder you extracted to your desktop

10.Double click on DDMS.BAT to execute the Dalvik Debug Monitor

11.The application will launch with a DOS command window and eventually a Windows based application -- your phone will be listed on the left hand side, and you should click on it to make sure it is selected

12.Click on the Device menu and select Screen Capture or use the CTRL-S key combo

13.The capture now appears on your screen, but there is one final undocumented step

14.We recommend that you click on the Copy button and paste the screenshot into your image editor of choice (Microsoft Paint, Adobe Photoshop, etc) -- the reason for this is that there is a known bug that does not carry over the colors of the actual screenshot inside the capture utility

15.Voila! You now have a stunning screenshot from the display on your Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10. Repeat steps 12-14 to generate more screenshots.

16. If you're too lazy to do all the steps here just download screenshot apps from android market.

Ok, there is the guide to take screenshots of your phone on a Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 that is or isn't rooted. Enjoy.

AND BELOW ARE SCREENSHOT FROM WOLF CM6 THAT I USE ALSO.

ENJOY

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How is possible to make screenshots?

go to market from android & type screenshot & download screenshot apps check it out..

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Some pictures!

screenshot_6.pngscreenshot_8.pngscreenshot_7.pngscreenshot_10.pngscreenshot_9.pngscreenshot_12.pngscreenshot_11.png

Yeaaa looks daaaamnn sexyyyy! :D Only LauncherPro needs some customizing.

Deep sleep is not so much because phone is plugged on USB! :D

EDIT:

Strange my pics don't show up here... On XDA they do. You can view the pictures here on XDA: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.p...mp;postcount=62

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Some pictures!

screenshot_6.pngscreenshot_8.pngscreenshot_7.pngscreenshot_10.pngscreenshot_9.pngscreenshot_12.pngscreenshot_11.png

Yeaaa looks daaaamnn sexyyyy! :D Only LauncherPro needs some customizing.

Deep sleep is not so much because phone is plugged on USB! :D

EDIT:

Strange my pics don't show up here... On XDA they do. You can view the pictures here on XDA: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.p...mp;postcount=62

you gotta download this software called Shoot Me from market & that should fix these picture problems & you pics will show up here:D its .png format u need

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Taken from the thread in the XDA Forum on how to do this, written by Tom-Helge

How to take screenshots on the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10

I'm gonna show you how to take screenshots on your Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10

Two separate pieces of software are required and must be installed on your PC:

  1. The Android software development kit (SDK)
  2. The Java SE software development kit (SDK)
Once your downloads are complete a few steps are required to get things ready.

On your computer:

  1. Extract the Google Android SDK to a folder on your desktop
  2. Install the the Java SE SDK
On the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10:
  1. Press Menu button and then tap Settings (figure 1)
  2. Tap on Applications
  3. Tap on Development
  4. Check the box for USB debugging
Now you are ready to get started.
  1. Plug your Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 into your computer via USB and Windows will attempt to install all of the appropriate drivers; one of the drivers will not be found and thus you must proceed to Device Manager in your Control Panel and find the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 (there will be a yellow icon next to it)
  2. Right-click on the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 entry and select properties; instruct Windows to update/install the driver for this device and when asked, simply browse to the usb_driver folder inside of the Android software development kit folder that you extracted to your desktop earlier -- the device is recognized and the driver is installed
  3. Browse to the Android SDK folder that you extracted to your desktop and run the SDK Setup.exe to start the program
  4. Once the application has launched you will be presented with a window as shown in figure 2 above
  5. Click on the Refresh button so that the application can update its list of operating system SDKs available from Google
  6. Check off the section next to the URL that is shown in the application (figure 2); you are now presented with a list of Android SDKs and Google APIs you wish to install
  7. It is recommended that you select select all available packages for maximum compatibility
  8. Once the files have been downloaded simply close the application
  9. Browse to the Tools folder inside the Android SDK folder you extracted to your desktop
  10. Double click on DDMS.BAT to execute the Dalvik Debug Monitor
  11. The application will launch with a DOS command window and eventually a Windows based application -- your phone will be listed on the left hand side, and you should click on it to make sure it is selected
  12. Click on the Device menu and select Screen Capture or use the CTRL-S key combo
  13. The capture now appears on your screen, but there is one final undocumented step
  14. We recommend that you click on the Copy button and paste the screenshot into your image editor of choice (Microsoft Paint, Adobe Photoshop, etc) -- the reason for this is that there is a known bug that does not carry over the colors of the actual screenshot inside the capture utility
  15. Voila! You now have a stunning screenshot from the display on your Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10. Repeat steps 12-14 to generate more screenshots.
Ok, there is the guide to take screenshots of your phone on a Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 that is or isn't rooted. Enjoy. Edited by PhrozenFear
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Now, time for my pictures:

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I use a few widgets there:

- Direct Dial shortcuts on screen 1

- BizCalendar on screen 2

- FancyHome on screen 3

- Google Search and Google Voice on screen 4

- WeatherBug Elite on screen 5

Launcher: ADWLauncher EX

ROM: TripNMiUI IRIS 0.2.0 Gingerbread

Theme: Hodgepodge mix of a few I've found on the MiUI Website and the default from Trip's ROM.

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Here is mine .. it`s TripNMiui 1.4.0 with modded Akku Indicator and some icons

where can i find this akku indicator i mean when i use trip's rom i hate the notification bar i couldn't find ways to modify it so yeah let me know if you get a chance...

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I can totally see that Trip's followers (myself included) are going to bring the fire alive in this place!!

Flasing GB 0.3.0 then will post my screenshots!

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Here is mine .. it`s TripNMiui 1.4.0 with modded Akku Indicator and some icons

hey bud i tried changing the framework from the uoft kitchen into trip's 2.2. miui rom & still couldn't change it. can you post how you did it ? id love u for that.

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hey bud i tried changing the framework from the uoft kitchen into trip's 2.2. miui rom & still couldn't change it. can you post how you did it ? id love u for that.

kk i think uploading the framework and selecting is no problem.. all i did was selecting the mods i want (on battery mod i selected use gradient color fill &

MIUI rom style (without numbers, shifted left) and on file upload i set the option [x]Amend scripting. Old scripting, compatible with old recoveries. Use this if you having problem with flashing (no changes, error 0) or have not HTC Desire phone... then install the file after pickup etc in xrec and on switch the battery indicator to percentage (settings-system-battery settings).. thats all i did

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