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you must read the owner manual, section troubleshooting for indicate what is wrong. and fix it. Otherwise you must to the repair shop for fix it. Normally the LCD is faulty, and need replace it. God bless you
Could be what you have the camera set at for how long the picture stays on the screen after it is taken. If the picture is still on the screen it wont take a picture until that picture has been stopped being shown. On my canon I have it at 2 seconds and I know at 4 it wouldn't let me take another shot so quick. Check all of your settings and read the manual.
It sounds like a hardware error. Anytime you replace parts such as a screen and then update the software you need to restart the phone a few times to get the bugs worked out. However if you have tried this and your still having problems it's a hardware issue. Something mechanical in that phone has failed. Its really not uncommon as all parts have a life expectancy. However that life could be shortened by dropping the phone/ damaging the components. Check your graphics connection, it may have become loose and that is what is causing the screen to flicker. Should be an easy fix.
Possible that the switch on micro switch which triggers from the slide cover is damaged and so does not switch on. You might need to remvoe to find this fault and replace the switch, set the alignment once again or refix the switch .
Launch Google Play. Then, search for an application named 'ShootMe', Install it, select accept to its terms of service, then press HIDE, NOT close.
Navigate to the screen you want to have a sreenshot taken of (either any of the homescreens or an application one) and shake your phone, You'll hear a shutter sound. The screenshot will be saved in folder '/ShootMe'.
Hope it works for you.
Anyway, please, let me know if you need further informations.
I don't think that's possible but you can copy and paste using a program like PAINT or take a screen shot if you can't copy it then paste the screen shot in PAINT. After you do that you can print it if that's what you want to do. The screen shot button is next to F12. Shift/Print Scr then in Paint select 'paste' under 'edit' then select 'File' and 'Print' or "Save as' for later use. Hope this helps. I'm not up on the latest printer options so what you're asking may be possible using newer systems.
I would look at thier online site and try to find a screen shot (shots)of your phone. It will be like poking around in the dark but maybe with tose as a guide you can poke your way to where you need to be. Good luck.
It doesn't take photos but the camera icon is to take screen shots (picture of your screen). It could be useful if you want to teach someone how to use the satnav or to send garmin a screen shot if there's something wrong with your satnav. When you take a screen shot it's stored in the screenshots folder of your satnav.
screen shots is when you live the pc screen without doing any work the screen shot will start as screen saver(collection of pictures is called as screen shots).... this may be problem of low memory in your pc phone... or this screen shots are not supported by your phone.... better try by changing any other screen shots.......... this will work... thanking u happy new year
I'm afraid you can't view the image on the rear screen before you take the shot. On cameras like these,( semi and professional DSLR's) this is the norm. You view and compose the shot through the viewfinder and then you can check the result and view all your shots on the lcd screen afterwards