May 11, 2022

How to take a screenshot on an Amazon Fire Tablet

By Chris Wedel published December 01, 2021

Amazon Fire Tablet Screenshot Lifestyle

Amazon Fire Tablet Screenshot Lifestyle (Image credit: Chris Wedel / Android Central)

Though Amazon may be one of the first places that many people think of when it comes to online shopping, it also happens to make some of the best Android tablets on the market today. The Amazon Fire lineup of tablets offers a variety of use cases, from casual content consumption on the Fire HD 8 to productivity on the Fire HD 10. Whichever tablet you use, there may come a time where you want to take a screenshot on an Amazon Fire tablet. Well, not to worry, we have you covered.

How to take a screenshot on an Amazon Fire tablet

Taking a screenshot is much like it is on popular Android phones like the ones from Samsung. The process is relatively straightforward, and here are the steps to help you take a screenshot on your Amazon Fire tablet.

  1. Go to the screen, app, or webpage you want to capture.
  2. Press and hold the physical volume down and power button at the same time.
  3. You’ll see an animation on the screen and hear a sound to confirm the screenshot was taken.
  4. At the top of the screen, a notification will appear with options to Share, Edit, or Delete the screenshot.
Amazon Fire Tablet Screenshot
Amazon Fire Tablet Screenshot

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After screenshots are taken, you can go into the Photos app on your Amazon Fire tablet to view all of your screenshots. From there, you can also share, edit, and delete them as needed. The Photos app can auto-backup your photos to the cloud, and if you want to, screenshots can be included in that backup.RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU…CLOSEhttps://imasdk.googleapis.com/js/core/bridge3.516.0_en.html#goog_7699942240 seconds of 57 secondsVolume 0% PLAY SOUND

Screenshots can be helpful in many ways. Being able to capture a still image on any screen on your tablet allows you to send it to a friend if you need help with something, show off a high score in a game, or even to yourself as a reminder. So the next time you need to take a screenshot on your Amazon Fire tablet, for any reason, you’ll be able to in a snap.

Chris Wedel

Chris Wedel 

Senior Editor – Smart HomeChris Wedel is a fan of all things tech and gadgets. Living in rural Kansas with his wife and two young boys makes finding ways to get and stay online tricky. By utilizing his years of experience with the tech and mobile communications industries — success is assured. When not conquering connectivity challenges and testing new gadgets, he enjoys cruising a gravel road in his UTV with some good tunes.MORE ABOUT…How to turn off adaptive charging on a Pixel phoneHow to enable the new Google At A Glance widget featuresLATESTYouTube TV expands its Spanish-language content offering with two new plansSEE MORE LATESTTOPICSAMAZON FIRE TABLETSCREENSHOTAdvertisementNetflix confirms a cheaper plan is in the cards, but there’s a big caveatNetflix will explore a lower-cost, ad-supported tier in the next two years after a long period of sticking to a subscription-only model.AndroidcentralWhat Your Seated Position Says About Your PersonalityHorizontimes|SponsoredA Data Science Degree Might Just Be What You NeedData Science Masters Program | Search ads|SponsoredAdvertisementOnline Data Entry Job in USA from Pakistan. Salaries Might surprise youUSA Job from Home | Search Ads|SponsoredClick HereBusiness Analytics Courses Might Be More Rewarding Than You ThinkBusiness Analytics | Search Ads|SponsoredGoogle Home is making some changes that will make the app much more helpfulThe Google Home app is set to receive a few new updates, including changes to the UI that should make controlling and monitoring your home much easier.AndroidcentralStudying in United Kingdom Might Be Cheaper Than You ThinkMaster Degree in UK | Search Ads|SponsoredEvery Xbox Game Pass for Android (xCloud) game available right nowXbox Game Pass for Android has officially launched, allowing you to stream games to your phone via Xbox Cloud gaming. Here’s a list of all known titles available for you to play right now.AndroidcentralIT companies in USA Might be Hiring People from PakistanIT companies in USA | Search Ads|SponsoredAndroid TV: What is it, and should you buy a TV or a box with it?AndroidcentralBest Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 cases 2022AndroidcentralWhy Are Dubai Houses So Cheap? (Take A Look)Villas In Dubai | Search Ads|SponsoredGalaxy S22 Ultra durability test shows Samsung’s new flagship is a tough cookieThe Galaxy S22 Ultra has passed JerryRigEverything’s durability test with flying colors.AndroidcentralVillas For Sale in Dubai Might Totally Surprise YouVillas for Sale in Dubai | Search Ads|SponsoredApple TV app gets downgraded on Android TV, won’t let users buy or rent moviesAndroid TV users complain that they can no longer rent or buy movies and shows from the Apple TV app following a recent update.AndroidcentralGetting a Master Degree in the United Kingdom Might be Easier Than You ThinkMaster Degree in UK | Search Ads|SponsoredThe Quest 2 is great, but I still don’t use itDespite its growing library of content and hardware improvements, I still haven’t found a reason to keep putting the Quest 2 on my face.AndroidcentralChrissy Metz Is So Skinny Now And Looks GorgeousCrafthought|SponsoredSamsung starts rolling out a fix for the Galaxy S22’s throttling issueThe latest software update for Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series phones brings a fix for the GOS throttling issue.AndroidcentralJanet Jackson’s Son Is All Grown Up & Might Look Familiar To YouSizzlfy|SponsoredOculus Quest Pro could get a Super Resolution upgrade with T-REx techThe upcoming Quest Pro continues to leak, this time showing some impressive ultra-high-resolution displays that finally reach the level of “human-eye resolution” in VR.AndroidcentralUse your talents to work from home, it might make more money than you thoughtWork From Home | Search Ad|SponsoredEpic Verizon deal: Buy a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and get a free Galaxy S22 PlusFor the entire month of March, if you buy a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra with select Unlimited plans, Verizon will hook you up with $1,000 to spend on a second phone.AndroidcentralInterested In Artificial Intelligence? Courses In India Might Surprise You Artificial Intelligence course | search ads|SponsoredSamsung is reportedly throttling the Galaxy S22 — more than 10,000 apps affectedSamsung is reportedly throttling thousands of apps on its Galaxy S22 smartphones and possibly other devices as well.AndroidcentralGoogle loses another patent battle, this time over its Nest thermostatsA Texas court finds that Google’s Nest thermostats have infringed on a patent owned by smart home energy management company, EcoFactor. Google must pay $20 million as a result.Androidcentral

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