It is very easy to take a screenshot on any Android phone, and the method of taking a screenshot is timeworn as well so we are used to taking it. But there are certain Android devices where screenshot capturing is not easy that’s why we will learn how to take a screenshot on LG G6 because it’s different.

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The different style of capturing screenshot on LG G6 reminds us the process to take a screenshot on Android Wear 2.0 device, which is also different than other smartwatches. So, let us find how we can capture the screen on LG G6 and also access them.

How to Take Screenshot on LG G6

How to Take Screenshot on LG G6

Step #1. Hold down the power button on the back of your LG G6 and simultaneously press the down volume button, which is on the left side of the phone.

Step #2. Now, release both buttons at the same time.

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If the process is a success, then you will see a quick popup, and it will disappear soon.

Now your captured screen is ready to get access, so let’s check how you can access the screenshot you just captured.

How to Access Screenshot on LG G6

In LG G6 there is a special folder where your screenshot is saved, and you can access it through photo-viewing or from the gallery app.

Here is the process of accessing screenshot on LG G6

Step #1. Swipe down the notification shade from the top of the screen and tap on the Screenshot to open.

Step #2. If you are yet to choose a default app for viewing the screenshot then select it now else it will open in the selected default app.

From here you can edit, delete or share the screenshot from your default photo app. If you have the LG Gallery app as your default photo app then just follow the steps given below.

Step #1. Launch the Gallery app from app drawer or from the place you keep it.

Step #2. Tap on the exclusive ‘Screenshots’ folder.

You may also read: How to Take Screenshot on Google Pixel/Pixel XL Phone

This is the easiest process which you can remember easily once you follow the steps given above once or twice. So if you are also a proud LG G6 owner then let us know how this tutorial helped you on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus or here in the comments section.