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How to take screenshots from a generic ICS 7" tablet?

I want to know how to take a screenshot on a generic Ice Cream Sandwich tablet? I believe this certain model is called the XTOUCH X708S. I already tried pressing power button + volume down and it just ...
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How to take screenshot on GT-19100 with ICS 4.0.4?

My Samsung Galaxy GT-19100 phone is stopped taking snapshot after my up-gradation from ICS 4.0.3 to ICS 4.0.4. Volume (-) key and power button pressing together is not taking snapshot now. Is this ...
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Can't take screenshots on a rooted device

I can't take screenshots on my rooted Android 4.0.3 tablet. It's a Genesis GT-1230 running some modified ROM, and apparently the power + volume down combination is disabled. The screen is 10.1", ...
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How to Screenshot Of the Screen on Samsung Galaxy S 2?

Since i have updated my phone by Android version 4.0.3 i am not able to take a screen shot of my phone, before i used to do it by pressing Home and Power button simultaneously. Now if i am pressing ...
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Taking screen captures on Galaxy SII with ICS

After upgrading my Rogers Galaxy SII (I727R MODEL) to ICS. I cannot take screen captures of activities. I've tried using home and power as with gingerbread as well as power and down volume together. ...
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How to screengrab/film directly from screen? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I project the screen of my android phone for a presentation? Since ICS it became really easy to take a screenshot from within Android. In the presentations Google ...
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Screenshots with ICS are 0-byte long [closed]

ICS does seem to take screenshots successfully on the Galaxy Nexus, but the files are all 0-byte long in "My Computer\Galaxy Nexus\Internal Storage\Pictures\Screenshots". Has someone seen this? ...
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Does Ice Cream Sandwich support native screen capture?

I understand that earlier versions of Android do not support a native screen capture feature, unless provided by the specific device, or you have a rooted device, or you have the Android SDK and link ...