Google has just released the final version of the Android 11 operating system. This latest system is for users of Google Pixel and a number of cellphones from other brands.
This system is equipped with a series of new features, including Bubbles, Conversation Notifications, Voice Access, Media Control, Device Control, One Time Permission, Background Location, Auto-reset Permission, Scoped Storage, and a number of polishing on the design side.
On Android 10, you can easily take screenshots using the power button (the method is to press long enough as if you want to turn off the cellphone). Unfortunately, on Android 11 Google eliminates this option.
How do I take a screenshot on Android 11?
The first way, of course, is to use the classic method, namely by pressing the power button and volume down simultaneously. However, if your volume down button is a bit problematic, then you can try the second method, which is an exclusive method that only exists on Android 11.
The method is very simple, namely by accessing the recent apps and from there you will find two options, namely screenshots or selecting various things on the page (there are options for copy, translate and others). Just choose a screenshot to take a screenshot on your phone and done!
How, it's very easy isn't it? If you still have questions about this, submit them directly in the comments column.