3 Ways To Take a Screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G

Learn how to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy A32 (SM-A325F) and A32 5G (SM-A326B). If you are like most users, you probably take a lot of screenshots on your phone for various reasons. Maybe you want to show something to your friends, or maybe you just want to save something for later. No matter what, taking screenshots is a very important feature that all Android phones have, including the Galaxy A32 5G.

If you have just gotten a brand new Samsung Galaxy A32 5G, you might be wondering how to take a screenshot. Most Samsung phones have the same or similar methods for taking screenshots. If you have used a Galaxy device before, you might be familiar with this article. If not, go ahead learn how to take a screenshot.

How To Take a Screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G

Samsung has included three different methods that users can use to take a screenshot on the Galaxy A32 5G. The first method, which is also the most popular one, is the traditional way of pressing two hardware keys at the same time. The two other methods include Samsung’s own software to make it even easier.

1. Galaxy A32 5G Screenshot – Hardware Keys

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The first method to take a screenshot on your Galaxy A32 5G is to use the physical keys located on the side of the phone. This is the traditional method that is used the most.

Grab your phone, press the power button, and volume down button at the same time. Do not release the keys until the screen flashes white. This indicates that a screenshot has been taken. After the screen flashes white, a small menu bar will appear at the bottom of the screen. The menu will have three buttons. The first button is to edit and crop the image. The second button is to enable Scroll Capture, while the third button is to share the image on social media.

2. Galaxy A32 5G Screenshot – Palm Swipe to Capture

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If for some reason the first method does not work due to broken buttons or some other issue, then you take a screenshot on your Galaxy A32 5G using the “Palm Swipe to Capture” feature. This is Samsung’s solution and does not require any hardware button.

To enable Palm Swipe, go to Settings -> Advanced Features -> Motions and Gestures. There will be an option called Palm swipe to capture. It is disabled by default. Tap on it to enable. Now swipe your hand across the screen to take a screenshot. The phone will vibrate to indicate that the task has been accomplished.

3. Galaxy A32 5G Screenshot – Assistant Menu

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If you want something easier to work with, then you can try Assistant Menu. This is the last resort if all the hardware keys of your Galaxy A32 5G are broken and nothing else works for you.

To enable Assistant Menu, go to Settings > Accessibility > Interaction and dexterity and tap on the Assistant menu. A small circle will appear. Tap on the circle. A  number of options will appear. Tap on Screenshots. The screen will flash white, indicating that a screenshot has been taken.

These are some ways you can take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G. It is nice of Samsung to include a few software features to be able to take screenshots when the hardware buttons are broken. Do you have any other ways to take a screen capture? Let us know below.


  1. 1: It’s a short press on the volume down and power buttons. Long press gives the power menu.
    2: the palm swipe option is no longer included.

    • Thank you I thought it was just me that the long press wasn’t working. I have been working on this off and on since yesterday.

    • I agree with hitch. I’ve scoured the web but it’s all inaccurate. There’s no palm swipe option and the key hold is short.

    • I’ve had my phone for more than a month and couldn’t figure it out! Idk how many articles I’ve read. They all say the same thing like this one. I’m so glad I read your comment! Thanks for spilling the beans!

    • Thanks for specifying its a short press. I’ve reax numerous articles including this one and none say anything about a quick press. Ugh I’m so glad I read your comment!

  2. On my Galaxy A32 5G, the feature to turn on “Palm swipe to capture” in Motion & Gestures. My phone is running Android 11, One UI 3.1. I wonder if this feature was removed in One UI 3.1 oppose to One UI 3.0?

  3. I still can’t do it but wonder if I’ve removed something that supports a screenshot. My phone screen just goes dark if I do a short press of the two buttons and obviously the long press gives the power menu. I just got the phone and I deleted a lot of the icons. Should I have left some of the Samsung ones?

    • same thing.
      you have to do it fast.

      I was able to swip the screen – there’s no indication that the screen has been captured, you have to look in gallery

      On my phone, there isn’t a “palm swipe to capture”
      Settings>accessibility>interactions>select “assistant menu” then you can select screen shot

  4. So the swipe to capture feature has not actually been removed. Also struggled with it for a while but I’ve accidentally discovered that the palm actually has to make contact with the screen as you swipe across. Hope this helps


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