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How to Take a Screenshot on the Moto G6

How to Take a Screenshot on the Moto G6 is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

This guide explains how to take a screenshot on the Moto G6, Moto G6 Play, and G6 Plus. If you want to share or capture something on your screen, like a conversation or email, you do it by taking a screenshot. This is a basic feature available on any phone but you need to know how to do it first.

This works the same on all Motorola smartphones. Whether you call it a screenshot, screen grab, or you just want to save a funny text message, here’s how.

How to Take a Screenshot on the Moto G6

  • Press and Hold the Volume Down and Power button at the same time, then let go
  • You will see and hear the screenshot capture
  • Now use the notification pulldown bar to viewshare, or edit the image
Press and hold both buttons for 1-2 seconds

It’s really simple, but it won’t work if you don’t press both buttons down at the exact same time. Push down and hold both buttons, hold for a second or two, then let go. You will see and hear the screenshot capture. Your Moto G6 will save what’s on the screen and you can instantly access it from the gallery, or from the notification pulldown bar.

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In the notification bar, you can open, share, or edit the screenshot. Giving you quick access to modify something or share it with a friend. This is a great way to capture a funny photo you see on your phone, save an address or sentence from an email, or screenshot and save an entire text message conversation. Basically, you can save any and everything you see on your screen as an image.

Now that you know how to take a screenshot on the Moto G6, give it a try today. While you’re here we recommend buying one of these 10 best Moto G6 cases to keep your phone safe.

How to Take a Screenshot on the Moto G6 is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

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