Are you facing issues with the screenshot feature on your Samsung Galaxy F54? Have you tried all the methods but got no response? Don’t worry, we are here to help you resolve this issue.
First of all, make sure that the hard keys such as “Power” and “Volume down” are working fine. To do so, check both buttons individually to see if they are working and functioning properly.
Reboot Your Phone
At the very beginning, you should consider rebooting your phone. Sometimes, the minor bugs in the phone cause different kinds of issues which can be easily eliminated by restarting.
- Press and hold the “Power” and “Volume down” buttons together until the power options appear.
- Next, select the “Restart” option to reboot your phone.
Use The Correct Combination Of Physical Buttons
Make sure, that you are using the correct combination of physical buttons that are by default specified for taking screenshots. This way you can take screenshots on your Samsung Galaxy F54.
Like, most Android smartphones follow the combination of “Power” and “Volume Down” buttons to capture a screenshot.
Press and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons together at the same time until the screenshot is taken.
If you are still unable to capture a screenshot, then you should try this,
Just press the Volume Down and Power buttons simultaneously. Don’t hold it, just press it once and see if it works.
Close All Open Apps From the Recent Apps Window
If there are multiple apps opened already and running in the background, then close all of them at once from the recent app window and then try to take a screenshot and check whether it’s working or not.
- Just tap the recent app button located in the navigation bar at the bottom.
- Once, the recent app window is opened, swipe up all the apps and close all of them.
After clearing the recent app window, try to take a screenshot.
Avoid Incognito Mode
The screenshot is not allowed in incognito mode as per the Google Chrome policy. Therefore, if you are trying to take a screenshot in Incognito mode, then it won’t capture.
Check Storage Capacity
Full storage capacity can also cause implicit issues and screenshot not working issues can also be a part of it. Make sure, that you have storage space to save the screenshot on your phone.
If your storage is full, then free up space for screenshots. After that, try to take a screenshot on your phone.
Boot into Safe Mode:
Most of the time, the source of issues is the third-party apps installed on your phone. Some of them might be causing issues on your phone.
You can enter into safe mode to diagnose whether third-party apps are causing the screenshot not working issue on your phone.
- Tap and hold the Power button until the power options appear on your phone screen.
- Among these options, press and hold the “power” button until the “Boot to safe mode” pop-ups.
If the screenshot feature is working fine in safe mode, then remove all the recently installed third-party apps from your phone.
Clear system cache
Cache memory can also cause severe issues on your phone because of the huge amount of data stored in it. Over a period of time, the data can become faulty or corrupt.
You can easily fix the issue by clearing the system cache as a whole.
- Turn OFF your smartphone.
- Next, press and hold the “Power” and “Volume UP” buttons until you boot into recovery mode successfully.
- Use the “volume” buttons to switch between different options and the “power” button to select the desired option in the recovery mode.
- Now, select the “Wipe Cache Partition” option and continue by pressing the “Yes” to confirm.
- Finally, reboot your phone by selecting the “Reboot the System Now” option.
Update the Software
The outdated version of the software can also cause minor glitches that prevent some features of the phone from working properly.
Hence, you should check for the latest version of Android and install it on your phone.
- Head over to “Settings” on your phone.
- Next, scroll down a bit and tap on “Software Update -> Download and install”.
- Wait as it will automatically check for recent updates.
- If you get the update in response, download and install it on your phone.
You can also try the gesture control for taking screenshots if the hard keys method is not working.
- Go to “Settings”.
- Next, tap “Advanced features”.
- Further, tap the “Motion and Gesture”.
- Finally, enable the “Palm Swipe to capture”.
Perform Factory Reset
When all the fixes fail to solve issues on your phone, then opt for performing a factory data reset. This method wipes all the data and will restore your phone to factory default settings.
Before performing factory default settings, you should take a complete backup of your important data.
- Go to “Settings” on your smartphone.
- Further, tap “General Management”.
- Scroll down to the bottom and you will see the “Reset” option. Just tap on it.
- After that, you will see various reset options.
- Tap on the one labeled “Factory Data Reset”.
- Now, it will provide you with information stating that all the data will be erased from your phone.
- Finally, scroll down to the bottom and tap on the “Reset” button.
Now, wait for the process to complete, once it finishes, the phone will boot up and will be directed to the Welcome screen. Now, set up your phone accordingly by following the on-screen instructions.