Yezz Andy 5.5EI

Yezz Andy 5.5EI

How to take screenshot or screen capture in a Andy 5.5EI

An essential functionality today in a mobile phone or tablet is the possibility of taking screenshots, that is to say to grab in an image what appears on the screen at that precise moment on your Yezz Andy 5.5EI.

There are applications that can perform this functionality, but fortunately you do not need to install any additional app as it is included in the Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system.

When you make a screenshot, you can send that WhatsApp conversation, Tinder, Instagram story, Facebook photo or video frame in the memory of your Yezz device.

On the contrary, if you want to record a video of what is shown on the screen of your Yezz Andy 5.5EI, for example to record a video call, a story or a web page or piece of an internet video, you can follow the next tutorial: Record screen from Yezz Andy 5.5EI

First method:

If you want to make a screenshot to your Yezz Andy 5.5EI you have to follow these simple steps:

Estimated time: 2 minutes.

1- First step:

First we go to the screen to which you want to make the screenshot of your Yezz Andy 5.5EI, be it a web page, chat or application.

Home screen

2- Second step:

Simultaneously press the power button on your Yezz smartphone and the volume down button. If you want to capture a video the procedure is the same but pressing the power button and the volume up button.

Screenshot in  Yezz Andy 5.5EI

3- Third step:

The captured image is automatically saved in the gallery of your mobile/cell phone Yezz Andy 5.5EI.

You can find the image gallery on the home screen, it should have a photo icon, an instant photo or depending on the version of the software installed, it is possible that your image gallery application is Google Photos, in this case look for the icon of a four-pointed star made of paper with four colors, one for each point.

Gallery

4- Fourth step:

Open the image gallery, the images and photos will appear sorted by date,, click on the capture that you just made on your Andy 5.5EI, and you will be able to edit it, trim it or send it to your contacts or through your preferred social network.

Gallery

Video instructions

Second method to make a screenshot in Andy 5.5EI:

1- Go to the screen or application you want to capture the screen on your Yezz.

2- Open the notification bar or quick setting bar of your Yezz Andy 5.5EI by sliding your finger from the top of the screen down and pressing the "Screenshot" icon.

3- The captured image is automatically saved in the gallery of your phone or tablet Yezz.

You can find the image gallery on the home screen, it should have a photo icon, an instant photo or depending on the version of the software installed, it is possible that your image gallery application is Google Photos, in this case look for the icon of a four-pointed star made of paper with four colors, one for each point..

About the device:

Yezz Andy 5.5EI a size of 159 x 80.5 x 10 mm (6.26 x 3.17 x 0.39 in), a weight of 202 grams, a screen size of 5.5 inches (~65.1% screen-to-body ratio) and a screen resolution of 480 x 854 pixels (~178 ppi pixel density).

It has a processor Dual-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7, a graphics card Mali-400, a RAM memory 512 MB RAM and an internal memory of 4 GB.

The Yezz Andy 5.5EI comes from the factory with the Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system.

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