TC51 Screenshot

Hello,

I am a developer.

I am trying to take a screen shot on the Zebra TC51.

Websites state to hold down the "volume down" button and the power button for 2 seconds. The screen should flash white and then the screen shot should be put in the Gallery.

I have also tried holding down the home button and the "volume down" button for 2 seconds.

Both don't work.

The barcode scanner starts or the new Android Assistant pops up instead.

 

Please help.

Matt Dermody
Are you using an EMM/MDM of

Are you using an EMM/MDM of any kind? If you're using SOTI MobiControl you could Remote Control the device and take screenshots from there. It is arguably easier to do that in order to have them immediately accessible on your computer rather than having to transfer them from the internal device storage. You can also optionally include the device skin:

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Matt Dermody
Vysor (through the cradle)

Vysor (through the cradle) and/or Zebra Remote View (over the local wireless network) are other viable options.

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Gordon McCrone
Just found another way to

Just found another way to screen capture:

Using Android Studio

Tools > Android > Android Device Monitor > select device > select Screen Capture icon

Copy and Paste into Microsoft Paint and save.

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Angelo Cargnel
ADB, easy and convienient

Guys,
I'm using adb to create screeshots: adb exec-out screencap -p <filename,png>
This will create a png file which is stored on your PC.
No need to to copy anything from the device or from the clipboard.

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John Thurmes
Screenshot

Simultaneously press and hold POWER and VOLUME DOWN (-) buttons
Release the buttons after the screenshot is taken
Taken screenshots will be saved to “Screenshots” album inside the “Photos” app.

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