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A Walk in the Desert of Oman

Ellie, a Brit currently living in Vancouver, plays Ultimate Frisbee. Her plate tossing propensity takes her everything over the spot, contending in worldwide competitions in remote of the earth, and this year, her difficult work and devotion to the game has earned her a spot on the Canadian National Team; she will speak to at the World Ultimate Championships in bright London in a little more than a month's time. Be that as it may, Ellie's gifts and interests aren't restricted to totally dominating her rivals on the Frisbee pitch. She likewise ascends mountains and rock faces and by and large loves an old fashioned experience. Not the sort to surrender one for the other, Ellie exploits the overall travel by arranging post competition undertakings in wild places. A year ago, in the wake of contending in the World Championships of Beach Ultimate in Dubai, Ellie and a few companions had a little vitality to save, so went for a stroll into the Oman Desert. Here's her stor

Other Ways to Capture Screenshots on The Galaxy A7 (2017).

When it comes to screenshots, everybody feels the need to take one — sometimes we take them to capture an important story/picture on social media or to impress friends with the highest score in a game. Whatever the reason(s) may be, you can’t deny that they have become an important part of our smartphone life.
So, today, I will show you how you can capture screenshots on the Samsung Galaxy A7.

1.   USING BUTTON COMBINATIONS

This is the most popular method and probably the easiest way to capture screenshots on the Galaxy A7. All you need is to get the desired screen you want to capture and then press simultaneously, for a second or two, both the Power button and the Home screen button until you hear the camera shutter sound fires off.

2.   SWIPING THE SCREEN

The second one is unique to the Galaxy series, it is achieved by swiping the edge of your hand across the screen, from one side (preferably the right) to the other, while keeping your hand in contact with the screen. Now, this method comes in handy when you use a phone case since it eliminates the need for you to press buttons.

There you have it!

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