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How to capture screenshot of entire webpage in Android browser like I can take in my Desktop with Help of Firefox Addon called "Fireshot"? enter image description here

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up vote 8 down vote accepted

You might want to check out the Dolphin browser. It supports many extensions, two of them doing exactly what you want:

Dolphin Screen Cut

Web to PDF

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Firefox Mobile or another browser would need to support this directly for such an extension to work. Do you need a screenshot, or do you just need to view pages offline? In the latter case, the answers to this question might help: Viewing web pages offline.

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Firefox Mobile + addon Fennec Screenshot does that job perfectly.

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Not working with ffox 40 – Sebastian Aug 24 '15 at 3:52

You can use browsers that support Add-ons. For example, I use Dolphin Browser and use the add-on called "Screen Cut" / "Dolphin Screen Cut" which allows freestyle screenshot so you can rearrange and measure a certain area of the screen if you so choose it over than a whole screen capture.

You can also use Maxthon Browser which supports this.

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