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    cant take screenshots of notification pulldown

    so yeah does anybody know whats going on with not being able to take a screenshot of the notification pulldown. i wanted to show it off but with the native screenshot thing if you bring up the power menu the notification pulldown goes away so you cant take a screenshot of it
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    If you activate the screenshot then pulled down the notifications real quick it should take the pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by pressguy27 View Post
    If you activate the screenshot then pulled down the notifications real quick it should take the pic

    Sent from my Droid 2 using CM7
    i tried this a couple times it just basicly ignored it. do you know if theres a timeout on the screenshot of does it take it instantly

    plus i was just thinking. what if i wanted to take a picture of the power menu i mean how could i
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    The way I did it was I hit the screenshot option on the menu and soon as the menu cleared I pulled down the notifications.



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    You can still use the android sdk screenshot option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pressguy27 View Post
    The way I did it was I hit the screenshot option on the menu and soon as the menu cleared I pulled down the notifications.



    Sent from my Droid 2 using CM7

    oh right on i guess i just had to be faster
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    You can also use the app where you have to shake the phone or yell at it to take a screenshot lol.
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    Drocap2 allows you to shake the phone or do a ten second timer.

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    Drocap leaves a message bubble in the center of your screen every time.

    Try ShootMe.
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    Shootme allows you to take screenshots with a few different options... shake phone, (which I noticed often come out bad due to the screen transitioning while shaking) covering the light sensor, audio, (shouting at it) or continuous
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