If you"ve been looking tirelessly for how to screenshot on LG Stylo, you simply need to press and hold the power key and volume down button together. Keep pressing until the screen flashes.An annoying thing phone manufacturers do is bring up their own conventions. This means there are different ways to take a screenshot depending on the device. I"ve used a lot of Android smartphones (and as many as friends would let me fiddle with). No phone can stump me, including the LG Stylo 6.If you have an LG Stylo 6, I will answer all the questions you may have about taking a screenshot on one.

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How Do I Screenshot On My LG Stylo Phone?Two Buttons at the Same TimeThrough the Touch AssistantFrom the Quick SettingsGoogle AssistantHow Do You Screenshot On The LG Stylo 5?How To Capture Screen Contents Longer Than One Page On the LG Stylo 6?Where Can I Find My Screenshots On My LG Stylo 6?Final Words

How Do I Screenshot On My LG Stylo Phone?

The LG Stylo series of Android phones are like the Galaxy Note series, but with lower price tags. Very few phones ship with a stylus that fits into the body. These are the budget Android options.These are the ways to capture screenshots on your LG Stylo 6.

Two Buttons at the Same Time

If you have an LG Stylo 6, hold down the power button and volume down key simultaneously until the screen of your phone flashes to take a screenshot.Don"t worry about how to save it. The captured image is automatically saved to your phone"s internal memory.

Through the Touch Assistant

The second method to screenshot on your LG Stylo 6 is the Touch Assistant feature. You"ll need to activate this first. Follow these simple steps to get that done.Open "Settings".Go to "Accessibility".Tap on "Motor & Cognition".Click on "Touch Assistant".Flip the toggle switch to turn it on.This will place a floating button that can be positioned around the screen of your LG Stylo 6. Tapping this shows functions that are normally restrained to hardware keys, such as screenshot.Using Touch Assistant is one way to capture a screenshot without using buttons on the Stylo 6. The next method is coming up next.

From the Quick Settings

Slide down the notification bar and tap on "Screenshot", which should be among the other quick setting options on the mobile phone, such as "Mobile Data" and "WiFi".

Google Assistant

Activate Google Assistant on your device and tell it to "take a screenshot". Just like that, it"s done.

How Do You Screenshot On The LG Stylo 5?

There are six models in the LG Stylo lineup, ending with the LG Stylo 6. A method or two of the above may not work on the older LG devices.On all the Stylo devices, you can use the hardware key combination to take a screenshot.If you slide down the notification bar, all Stylo devices have an option to help you screenshot. However, it is only called Screenshot on the LG Stylo 6. On the Stylo 5 and below, it is known as "Capture+". Follow these steps to use it to capture your screen.Swipe down the top shadeSelect "Capture+"Edit the captured image as necessaryTap the checkmark in the top-left corner and pick "Gallery" to save it to internal memoryI can also confirm that the Stylo 3 and above have Touch Assistant, which are accessed similarly. If it supports Google Assistant, that will work too!

Final Words

Taking a screenshot on an LG Stylo 6 can be done in three ways.You can use the volume down and power keys on the phone same time, Touch Assistant, or Screenshot in quick settings. These work on most other LG Stylo devices.You can access all your images in the gallery.I hope this guide saved you the trouble of an intensive search. If it did, how about taking a look at the previous article on this site or any related ones? I"m sure you"ll learn something new.

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Diane Park
I’ve been obsessed with gadgets ever since I saw a comlink in Star Wars (which today we would call a “wearable” haha). My basement is full of old phones, gaming consoles, and even CD players that fascinated me at various points in life. These days my job as a software developer keeps me busy, but I still have time to indulge in reviewing a new gizmo. My current interests include AI, VR, and eco-freindliness of tech stuff we use everyday.