- Page 1:Features to Enable and Disable
- Page 2:Remove Bloatware and Unwanted Apps
- Page 3:Make Your Phone Faster
- Page 4:Root Your Phone (Advanced Users Only)
- Page 5:Best Cases for the Galaxy S5
- Page 6:Close Apps or Switch Between Them
- Page 7:Delete Unwanted Apps
- Page 8:Take Screenshots
- Page 9:Disable AMBER Alerts
- Page 10:Use Your Phone as a TV Remote
- Page 11:Monitor Your Heart Rate
- Page 12:Use Your Phone as a Hotspot
- Page 13:Focus After Taking a Photo
- Page 14:Disable Touch-Screen Sounds
- Page 15:Set Up the Fingerprint Sensor
- Page 16:Make Payments With Your Fingerprint
Your friend just texted you a hilarious autocomplete fail and you want to share it with the world. Or you want to brag about a high score in your favorite game. With your Galaxy S5, you can quickly take a screenshot to save what's on your screen as an image and then send it out (or just keep it). Here's how to get started. —Cherlynn Low
1. Pull up the screen you want to capture.
2. Press the power and home buttons at the same time. The power button is on the right edge of your S5 (when the phone's facing you) while the Home button is below the display.
You'll see a white frame flash quickly flash around the screen you've captured. That means your screenshot has been taken and saved to your S5.
3. Go to Gallery to find your screenshot. If the app is not already on your home page, you can find it in your apps drawer.
4. Tap the Screenshots folder. Most recent images show up first in the gallery by default.
All your saved images are in this folder. From here, you can post your pictures via a multitude of services, such as Facebook, Email, Google Drive, Gmail, SMS, Twitter, Hangouts or Picasa.
- Features to Enable and Disable
- Remove Bloatware and Unwanted Apps
- Make Your Phone Faster
- Root Your Phone (Advanced Users Only)
- Best Cases for the Galaxy S5
- Close Apps or Switch Between Them
- Delete Unwanted Apps
- Take Screenshots
- Disable AMBER Alerts
- Use Your Phone as a TV Remote
- Monitor Your Heart Rate
- Use Your Phone as a Hotspot
- Focus After Taking a Photo
- Disable Touch-Screen Sounds
- Set Up the Fingerprint Sensor
- Make Payments With Your Fingerprint