How to Disable the Screenshot Toolbar on Galaxy S20, S10

disable the screenshot toolbar on Galaxy S20

Screenshot toolbar is an extremely useful feature of Samsung smartphones for those users who often edit screenshots or like to share them immediately after they are created. The toolbar offers such options as scroll down the screen to take the screenshot of the full page, edit the image (crop it, draw on it or highlight something), share the screenshot or open it in one of the installed apps like Gallery or Google Photos. The only downside of the screenshot toolbar is that you have to wait for some seconds until it disappears before you will be able to take another screenshot.

So, if you are faced with the task of creating as many screenshots as possible per unit of time, then it makes sense to disable the toolbar. Personally, I prefer to first create all the screenshots that I need, and only then open my favorite app to edit these screenshots — Google Photos.

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How to Change the Navigation Button Order on Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, S9, Note

Some time ago you could not tweak this on Galaxy S devices but Android updates thankfully brought us an ability to customize a lot more settings on your phone.
In this guide we will explain how to change the order of navigation buttons on Samsung Galaxy S20, S10, Note 10, 9 running Android 9 and Android 10 with Samsung One UI. At first glance, this seems nonsense, but these little tweaks help make using the phone more enjoyable.

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How to Enable and Disable Screenshots Notifications on Android 10, 9, 8

Screenshot saved. Tap to view your screenshot

I take screenshots every day because my hobby is creating how-tos on tunecomp.net. And I must admit, I hate to see pop-up every time saying “Screenshot captured” or “Screenshot saved. Tap to view your screenshot”. And mostly because if I take another one a few seconds later it will contain this pop-us itself captured. Besides that, there is a notification in the Status bar and on the lock screen. Here is how you can get rid of pop-ups and notifications after taking screenshots on Android 10, 9 and 8 so you won’t have to dismiss them each time.

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How to Boot Your Galaxy S9, S9+ into Recovery Mode and Download Mode

galaxy s9 recovery

You may need to boot your Galaxy S9/S9 plus into Recovery mode if you decide to factory reset your phone or for example wipe cache partition that is often a must when troubleshooting persisting issues. The key combination for entering Recovery may seem unfamiliar to you since there is no physical Home button anymore on Galaxy S devices starting with Galaxy S8. In this guide we will explain the easy steps to boot into recovery and download modes on Galaxy S9 and S9+ with images. So you will always be able to reset your device from the ‘brick” condition, fix all the issues in the case if it is glitching, install updates, boot to bootloader, etc.

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