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No matter which method I use, I cannot take screenshots of the Android L emulator. I tried through Android Studio, using the Android Device Monitor app, and through adb with this method (first answer) which produces a 0 byte file. I can take screenshots fine with all my other emulators. However, this emulator is a bit different than my others. For the first time, I am using the X86 system image and I enabled "Use host GPU". Is there some new way of taking screenshots I don't know about?

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    Do you need to take screenshots inside the emulator or can you use the OSs screenshot function? – onik Jul 3 '14 at 8:05
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    Are you using windows? Why not ALT + Print Screen it the easy way? Or in Linux you could use gnome-screenshot or gnome-screenshot -w or in the UI itself with the emulator as the the current active window alone, select “Grab the Current Window” and click “Take Screenshot”. – RossC Jul 3 '14 at 8:08
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See the Image Screen Shot of Emulator: Firstly start the emulator then go to the DDMS please select the emulator then left side we have button Screen Capture click this button screen Shot is taken.

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  1. Run your application
  2. Click Android Icon >> Screen Capture Icon from android studio
  3. Save

Tutorial: How to take screenshot from android studio

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