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Sunday, February 20, 2022

How to Edit Screenshots on Android


Edit a Screenshot on a Samsung Galaxy Phone

Using one of the methods available on Samsung Galaxy devices, take a screenshot. This will bring up a floating toolbar with an edit icon—tap it.

You’ll be brought to a basic image editing screen. First, grab the corners of the highlighted section to crop the screenshot.

Next, underneath the screenshot is a floating toolbar with some options. These include the option to draw, erase, undo, redo, share, and save the screenshot.

The drawing tool has a number of different pens and brushes along with colors to choose from.

drawing options

Once you’re done editing, tap the down-arrow icon to save the screenshot to your phone or tablet. Samsung devices put screenshots in the gallery along with photos taken with the camera.

Edit a Screenshot on a Google Pixel Phone

Google Pixel phones have two methods for taking screenshots, including the Volume Down + Power button method.

After you take the screenshot, you’ll see a preview of the image in the bottom-left corner. From here you can tap “Edit.”

This will take you to a basic photo editing screen. First, you can grab the corners to crop the screenshot.

You can also use the marker or highlighter in the bottom toolbar to draw or markup the screenshot. Each one has a few color options as well.

marker and highlighter

If you make a mistake, tap the undo or redo buttons.

undo and redo

When you’re done editing, tap “Done” in the top-left corner.

tap done

Then select “Save” from the pop-up message. The image will be saved to the “Screenshots” folder on your device.

That’s all there is to it for Google Pixel phones! It’s a quick and easy way to make simple edits to a screenshot.

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