Samsung’s latest entrant in the mid-range segment is the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G and it features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G with its prominent sAMOLED display and strong battery performance.
With its new One UI 3.1 software based on Android 11, there are plenty of tips, tricks, and quick shortcuts to know. Today we will tell you, how to use ‘Palm swipe to capture’?
Palm swipe to capture
There are a number of features you will find in the Samsung Galaxy M42 and that remains noble in all the Samsung smartphones using the One UI software.
The ‘Palm swipe to capture’ is used to take screenshots using your palm, it lets you take screenshots by swiping your palm on the screen.
Capturing screenshots using the power key and the volume down key is by far the most common way, but this is something unique, try it and see.
To take screenshots using the Palm Swipe method, turn on the feature under the Settings -> Advanced features -> Motion and gestures -> Palm swipe to capture and hit the slider. This feature might is turned on by default.