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  Reply # 521207 14-Sep-2011 22:25
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That's interesting - is it Johan Cloeten's ShootMe? I use that one, but it definitely requires Root...




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timmmay: It seems odd that with Apple it's just a keypress, with Android you need to root it and install an app.


Depends on the phone.

Samsung Galaxy S you just push a button...non-rooted.  




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  Reply # 521340 15-Sep-2011 10:04
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NZtechfreak: That's interesting - is it Johan Cloeten's ShootMe? I use that one, but it definitely requires Root...


it is kinda a special case for lg optimus one
ShootMe works on unrooted lg optimus




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NZtechfreak: That's interesting - is it Johan Cloeten's ShootMe? I use that one, but it definitely requires Root...


it is kinda a special case for lg optimus one
ShootMe works on unrooted lg optimus


Ah yes, I recall that now - its happened with a couple of other handsets too (HTCs Evo 4G was the same, but HTC removed the capability in an update which rather angered users). 




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  Reply # 521768 16-Sep-2011 08:21
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Believe all 2011 Sony Ericsson XPERIA phones running Android v2.3.4 will have a screen snapshot option.

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