In April 2022, OnePlus officially introduced the OxygenOS 12.1 based on the Android 12 operating system with the OnePlus 10 Pro flagship smartphone. The update brings a few new features and lots of customization options. Here, in this article, we are talking about three ways to take a Screenshot on your OxygenOS 12.1-based smartphone.
OxygenOS 12.1 Offers You To Take a Screenshot In Three Ways On Your OnePlus Smartphone.
- Three-Finger Swipes Down: It allows you to swipe down with three fingers to take a Screenshot.
- Scrolling Screenshot: This option lets you take a scrolling screenshot by touch and hold it with three fingers, and swipe to the bottom edge.
- Power and Volume Down Buttons: This is a normal function to take a Screenshot by long pressing the Power and Volume buttons simultaneously. Read more OnePlus 10R 5G Blue Edition Is Launching On September 22nd, 2022
OnePlus Partial Screenshot
Partial Screenshot is an amazing feature available on the OnePlus devices, allowing you to take a specific part on the normal Screenshot on your device’s screen. With the feature, you can take a screenshot of any part of your screen with any shape, such as Rectangle, Elipse, and Freefrom.
- Rectangle: You can take a rectangle screenshot by Dragging to select an area.
- Ellipse: Durg to select an elliptical area.
- Freeform; Trace the region that you want to capture. Read more OnePlus Nord Watch Will Soon Launch In India
How To Turn On Three Ways To Take Screenshot On Your OnePlus Device:
- Go to Settings on your device
- Scroll down and tap on System Settings
- Select the Screenshot
- From here, turn ON the following toggle:
- 3-finger swipe down
- 3-finger touch and hold
- Power and Volume Down buttons
Customize Screenshot Functions:
- Preview Screenshot Window Location: You can choose the Left and Right locations for preview; by default, it comes with the Left location on your device.
- Screenshot Sound: You can turn on and turn off the Screenshot sound according to your choice. By toggle ON/OFF
- Delete Original Image After Editing: By toggling ON/OFF.