Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go: How to take a snapshot

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Pokemon Go is a free to play augmented reality game developed by Niantic in collaboration with The Pokemon Company. The game initially released on 6th July 2016, across mobile devices including Android and iOS. Pokemon is a much-beloved series and, with Pokemon Go, the anime and gaming community found something new to spend their time.

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While the game offers hundreds of Pokemon to collect along with other features. Players can also become trainers, take a snapshot of Pokemons, fight battles and much more. Today we are going to talk about the two different ways in which players can take Snapshots in Pokemon Go.

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In Pokemon Go, players can take a snapshot of a Pokemon or anything in general by traditional methods. By pressing the power and home key or by pressing the power and volume down key at the same time. Now, each device has its own set of keys to take a Screenshot. So, make sure you know which keys to use to take a screenshot in your device.

Pokemon Go Snapshot Feature

We can take snapshots in Pokemon Go by using our mobile devices screen capture feature. But, players can also use Pokemon Go’s inbuilt snapshot feature to capture the image of a Pokemon that you spot. Here is how you can take a snapshot in Pokemon Go.

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Step 1.) Find a Pokemon.
Step 2.) Two buttons appear on the screen one is a “Camera” like icon and, another one is a “Backpack” like icon. Click on the Camera icon.
Step 3.) The camera user interface will open up. Now players can easily take the snapshot of the Pokemon in front of them.

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Hritwik Raj
Hritwik is a guides writer who has been writing about video games for almost a decade. He is a Computer Science graduate who has always been into gaming. Most of the time, you will find him covering News and Guides for various publications. And when he is not working, you will find him fighting with his friends about how good of a gamer he is. His favorite games include Fallout 76, Borderlands 2, Call of Duty, Apex Legends, Destiny 2, Souls series, Genshin Impact, and The Last of Us.

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