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how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

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how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

i have updated with ics and i don't know how to make print screen with gingerbread i can make print screen with shutdown key somone know how ?

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

that's odd, keep holding, it should work just fine and both must be pressed at the same time

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

press and hold both:

Power button & Volume Up for 1 or 2 seconds

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

this was not about the restart?

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

force restart it's Volume Up + power

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

sorry but i can't understand you what is the difference betwen this comments

1.press and hold both:

Power button & Volume Up for 1 or 2 seconds

2.force restart it's Volume Up + power

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

my bad, that was a typo

Volume Up + power = restart

Volume Down + power = screenshot

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

Now i understand , but i try volume down + power button but no screenshot i'm holdding a lot or hold for 1-2 sec but nothing is happened...

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

that's odd, keep holding, it should work just fine and both must be pressed at the same time

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

tank you a lot it was now my mistake i first press volume key down than the power i wasnt press at the same time tank you again

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Re: how to make print screen on xperia s with ics?

Anytime Slightly smiling Face

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