Android :: Application For Take Screenshots Without Root?

Jul 22, 2010

is there any app for taking screenshots without root? I'm using Eris.

Android :: Application for take screenshots without root?

LG Ally :: Root - Download - Upload Screenshots

Aug 24, 2010

This a thread for posting screenshots of how you've customized your phone. How to:

1. You must have root to take a screenshot.
2. Download a screenshot app, I chose screenshot in the market.
3. Upload your screenshot, I chose the imgur uploader from the market.
4. Post your screen with details about what you've done so people don't have to ask.

To upload an image to imgur you must view the screenshot in gallery then share to imgur. Then copy the url. Velocity 0.1.1 928droid theme LauncherPro BattStatt & Retro Clock widgets.

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General :: Easy Root And Screenshots For Droid 2 A855

Dec 24, 2012

It all started with a awesome home page and wanting to screenshoot it and finding out my Droid2 did not have software or shortcut keys like my GT7 to do this. So I read for some time until I felt confident in a safe rooting procedure which turned out to be the "Z4Root App". It's ridicously easy with the Droid2, download it, install it, open it, click "root permantley" and bang you've been granted root_access. After rooting I went with Screenshot Ultimate which claims screenshots can be done w/o Root which turned out to be untrue but w/root it works without a hitch. Unfortunately, it saves your screenshots in a very stupid place but you can access them through a file manager not the gallery but none the less it has accomplished the goal. Im curious to see how far root_access can take me

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Android :: Application For Screenshots - View Livefeed On Pc

Jun 10, 2010

whats a good screenshot app that you guys use? also is there a good app where you can view a live (or close to live) feed of your phone on your computer? and by live feed i mean a live feed of your screen, not your camera. i already have an app called bambuser that lets computers view a live feed from your camera.

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Motorola Milestone :: Using Shootme Application For Screenshots

Feb 5, 2010

I use the app ShootMe (unfortunately doesn't work for the ones that have no root).

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Android :: New (Almost) Universal Root Application

Nov 12, 2010

This is posted in some device forums, and in our News and Talk area
(, but needs to be here as well:
Z4root The Newest 1-Click Root Solution for Multiple Devices | Android Phone Fans

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Android :: Root Permission For Application

Jun 11, 2010

Shall we give root permissions for android application? My requirement is I want to execute a c program using jni. That contains some functions like unmount etc. I tried in the following way static { System.loadLibrary("myjni"); }

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Android :: Install Dev.env For Screenshots

Nov 20, 2009

Users report problems. I need them to take some screenshots and email to me. But most users don't know or have the needs to install the dev. env to just take screenshots. It's just too hard for them. Why can't Android make it as easy as on iPhone (pushing two buttons together)?

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Android :: Installing SDK For Screenshots

Mar 21, 2010

I have been trying to install the android sdk to take screenshots on my Milestone. I am using this How to take screenshots of your Android based phone from Windows - Simple Help tutorial. I have installed the sdk, jdk, and the drivers for my milestone but when i run ddms it opens cmd prompt and then closes. If someone would come on team viewer and help me finish the installation i would appreciate it.

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Android :: Capturing Screenshots On Mac

May 7, 2010

So instead of going the rooted route out of fear of voiding my warranty and tampering with my phone, I've done extensive searching on how I can capture screenshots using my Mac OSX (10.4.11). I'm at my wit's end after encountering a multitude of issues and have even tried using a Windows PC which didn't work either for a different reason. Every time I try opening up the DDMS on my Mac, there's a window that pops up saying: There is no default application specified to open the document "ddms". After seeing if certain applications would make it open, it doesn't work. Where do I go from here? Aside from having the latest Java software (which I'm not even sure, although whenever I check for updates there's no option for it on the list), do I need anything else to make it open and operate? If anyone could help me out here I would GREATLY appreciate it. I wanted to drop in on the "Post your Screenshots!" thread but I would've looked like a pendejo with my ghetto-fab pictures of my phone shot from my digital camera.

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Android :: Why So Hard To Take Screenshots?

Sep 21, 2010

Why couldn't android just make it simple to take a damn screenshot? I have the SDK and it worked awhile back and now it wont work at all. There is no reason why my phone shouldn't be able to take a screenshot without having to root or hook it up to my computer and now that wont even work.

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Android :: Installing New Root CA Certificate From Application

Sep 14, 2010

My application redirects its users to a known domain ( that its root certificate doesn't exist on Android devices. Normal PC browsers have no problem accessing the site, but Android browser displays to the user that the certificate is untrusted. I don't want that behavior, not even once, so I'm looking for a way to install this certificate on the device from my app.

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Android :: ADB Access To Application Databases Without Root

Jan 16, 2010

Can anyone tell me, is it possible to use the ADB to pull and push a database from an app, without root privileges on the phone? For example, I know the location on my rooted magic and dream is:

I know that you can use ADB without root, but when trying to use the shell - you can't view that location without root privaliges. But I have been told you can use push and pull if you know the file you want? Basically I want to pull a database from MY app on a non rooted phone modify it and push it back on. Only trouble I have is, the two phones I have are both root and I don't have access to a non root one to try it out.

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Android :: Various Items In ListView Row - Screenshots

Jun 19, 2010

I want to achieve this kinda of row look in my app. I already have a ImageView/TextView layout, but I want that 'positive' little image in the right always being displayed at the exact same place!

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Android :: Rooted Phone - How To Take Screenshots?

Sep 22, 2010

I'd like to take screenshots on my android phone. I'm an app developer and have a pretty good understanding of the regular API, and I know this steps out of the "regular" thing quite a bit. I would have root access. I've seen a few apps that do this. I'm just wondering how one goes about doing it. Anybody know the general direction I should be looking in?

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Android :: Post Screenshots Of Your Lock Screens

Sep 11, 2010

Here's mine using WidgetLocker, with the following Widgets and Shortcut:

1. Clock Droid Pro
2. Bat Stat
3. Camera (Shortcut)
4. WeatherBug Small
5. TerraTime Globe (XL)

Live Wallpaper: Galactic Core Donation

I abhor sliders so I have mine set to "Trackball Unlock" and back press duration of 5 seconds.

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Android :: Why Do Screenshots Require Rooted Phone?

Sep 3, 2010

What's the reason that a phone needs to be rooted in order to take screenshots? I'm almost in disbelief that something as simple as a screenshot app isn't available (or built-in!) for an unrooted phone. It just seems like such a normal thing to do.Is it possible that in the future an unrooted phone can have an app to do this, or is there something about Android itself that doesn't allow it?

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Android :: How To Editing Description / Screenshots On A Published App?

Oct 5, 2010

I have published a free app on the android market. I want to edit the description and add a couple of screen shots. While the "Upload Aplication" screen on lets me make these changes & saves them too, they don't show up in the description of the app when I go the android market. Do I have to unpublish & republish the app (in which case I might run into version issues)? Or else, how do I make these changes to description appear on the android market?

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Sprint HTC :: Leaked Screenshots Of Android 2.1 For Hero

Nov 29, 2009

Just found them in a thread about a possible 2.1 dump into the hands of the European Hero devs over at the XDA forum. Check them out:

Hero Android 2.1 Hero Build Screenshots

Looks promising!

Remember, 2.1 is supposed to have native CDMA support built in. This means, theoretically, that if the Euro 2.1 ROM is released, devs *should* be able to cook up a ROM and release it for our Sprint Heros possibly sooner than expected! Assuming root will be required...

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Android :: Can A Backgrounded App Take Screenshots Of Currently Active Screen

Aug 5, 2010

I'm new to Android development, and I was wondering if there is a way to have an app take a screenshot of the currently active screen, do some processing on the screenshot (which would be internal to the app and temporary; I don't want it in the photo gallery), then communicate with a remote server over the Internet?

I am of course looking for more than a yes or no answer. An example of an api call or library I could use to do this would be a perfect answer.

The purpose would be to have a program screen scrape another program to recognize some text and use it for updating an online service.

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Android : Screenshots On My Website - Sound Camera

Oct 11, 2009

I've just released my 2nd application: Sound Camera. It lets you take a photo using a noise rather than pressing the button.
The idea is, if you want to take a self-portrait, or be in a group photo, you can set the camera up, and when you're in position you just clap. (Or make some other noise)

It also has a countdown timer, in case you don't want to make a noise. And you can also take a photo by just touching the screen.

It seems to work pretty well on my G1, and a friend has tried it on a Hero. I hope it'll be of use to people. If anyone has any comments or feedback, and can report successes or failures on other Android phones, I'd be most grateful.

There are screenshots on my website: Sound-Camera

And you can see the marketplace entry, via
Cyrket - Sound Camera

p.s. I realize I might not get much feedback as it's a paid app. But I hope to get a free trial version released soon.

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Android :: Root Phone For Application To Work - Installing New Themes?

Feb 19, 2010

Basically, do you need to root your phone, to get apps to work? I've been reading around the net, and I've seen some things where it says that certain apps may require the phone to be rooted or what have you. Being an Android n00b, I have no idea what this means!. Also, is this the case for installing new themes? Does the phone have to be rooted for this?

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Android :: Taking Screenshots On Stock (Non Rooted) Phone

Aug 23, 2010

For those of you that want to take screen shots and are not rooted, not as simple as that but can be done if you want to try it. FYI thanks goes to Chewedpup for researching and finding this info:
Taking screenshots on an Android-based phone by Christina Warren

Even before playing with the new Android phone, the T-Mobile G1, I knew that I would need to be able to take screenshots of the phone itself. Using a digital camera to capture screens externally just wasn't going to cut it. Because the Android platform is open (and now, open source), I really didn't expect this to be a problem. If anything, I thought there would be a way to take screenshots directly from the device like you can with the iPhone and iPod Touch. Alas, I discovered this is not the case. After scouring Google trying to find answers, I asked Engadget's Editor-in-Chief Josh Topolsky what they used for the screenshots in their review, and he was nice enough to fill me in on the details.

Warning: right now, taking screenshots from an Android device requires installing the SDK. That doesn't make it as simple as pressing a button, but it's not the end of the world. If you've got a few minutes, and a quick connection with which to download the SDK, we'll show you how to take delicious Android screenshots of your own.

Step 1: Enable USB Debugging
On your Android phone (in this case, the G1), go to Settings, then Applications, and then Development. Check the checkbox for "USB debugging."

Step 2: Download the Android SDK
Download the SDK for your platform here. Google also has some great installation documentation if you get lost. You will need to make sure you have a current copy of the JDK. To use the SDK, you also need to download an IDE like Eclipse. After installing Eclipse, you can install the Eclipse plugin to connect Android and the IDE together, or just do a lot of stuff via the command line. Go ahead and plugin your Android handset into a USB port on your computer, if it is not plugged in already.

Step 3: Run DDMS
After configuring Eclipse or whatever IDE you use to work with Android, you need to open up the DDMS application from within the "tools" folder in the Android SDK's main folder. After DDMS launches, select your handset from the menu on the left (it should be the only device listed). You might see an error message, but the debug tool should be loaded. Then, click CTRL-S on your keyboard. This will bring up the "Device Screen Capture" interface. From here, a static image is captured from what is appearing on your handset. You can save the image (nicely defaulted as PNG) and then refresh to your heart's content to grab updated or different screenshots from your phone.

That's it! There is a caveat: Because your device has to be plugged into USB to be accessed by the SDK, the SD card cannot be used for taking photographs, playing music or downloading music from the MP3 store. You can take pictures of some of those screens but to actually download anything, take movies, or take a photo, you cannot have your device plugged into the computer and accessed by the SDK. Again, this is hardly as simple the iPhone's screenshot interface, but it is still very doable.

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Android :: Uploaded Screenshots Scaled / Cropped By Market

Aug 13, 2010

Thought I'd inquire here where perhaps some other dev is having similar problems currently. I've done this before (months ago) and as far as I can tell, I'm doing it the same way. My 480x854 24-bit PNG screenshots are being scaled/cropped by Market. Same with 480x854 jpgs. It looks like they're being cropped to 480x800 but of course, Market won't let me upload an image with those dimensions. Windows explorer confirms that my PNG file is of the proscribed size and bit depth.

The app is Metronome++ if you want to see what the problem looks like on Market. Do I really need to work around this by providing screenshots with margins? As 480x854 is a standard screen size, I am assuming the intent is for the screenshot to go edge to edge in both horizontal and vertical directions. Perhaps mistakenly.

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HTC Desire :: How To Take Screenshots Of Android Based Phone From Windows?

Sep 3, 2010

How to take screenshots of your Android based phone from Windows - Simple Help..To get the Android drivers, i had to install the HTC Sync program that comes on the disc with your phone, or you can download the drivers from the HTC Site: HTC Desire - Software Download.To enable USB Debugging: Settings->Applications->Development->USB Debugging.Once you have everything installed and run the DDBMS.bat, which starts the Davlik Debugger.Single left click on the device (your phone listed). Loadsa info will scroll up in the bottom pane.Then just go Device (menu) and screen capture. The rest is simple.I then created an account on to host the images that i took.

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Android :: How To Build Errors Like That Shown In Androffice Screenshots

Jul 26, 2010

Anyone knows how to build errors like that shown in Androffice screenshots on AppBrain (

I think that I saw errors like that before. Is that built in Android SDK?

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General :: How To Backup Screenshots On Android - Samsung Galaxy S4

Mar 3, 2014

Ok so pictures and videos appear to automatically backup with Google+, but I restored my phone and my screenshots didnt come over! Is there a way to adjust the settings to also backup screenshots? I have look and cannot find it.

If this is not an option, what are the other best screenshot backup methods? (note I have an unrooted phone)

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Sprint HTC Hero :: Detailed Mega Review Of Android 2.1 With 60 Screenshots

Apr 17, 2010

For those looking to see what Android 2.1 brings to the Hero, I just spent about 6 hours compiling this with full details: Detailed Mega Review Of Android 2.1 On Our HTC Hero Discover All The New Features (With Lots Of Screenshots)

My favorite new feature is probably the speed-to-text but the absence of lag is a close 2nd.

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Jelly Bean :: Android 4.2.2 Screenshots Inexplicably Stopped Working?

May 18, 2014

I tried to take a screenshot using the power button + volume down key method, and it does animation of taking a screenshot, but the resulting file is "media not found" and simply shows a blank picture in the gallery. It was working earlier today, not updates, nothing.

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Android :: How To Clear Stack Back To Root Activity When User Leaves Application?

Jan 25, 2010

I have an application with 2 activities, LogonAct and MainAct. LogonAct is a logon activity which I want to force the user to go through each time they return to the application. I've set android:clearTaskOnLaunch="true" on LogonAct.

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