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21st June 2014, 08:01 PM |#1  
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Maybe this is common knowledge, but if you're logged into a shell on your watch via sdb, you can use the screenshot command to get a current screenshot.

sh-3.2# screenshot
"/opt/usr/media/Screenshots/Screen-20140621135620.bmp" saved
screenshot success
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22nd June 2014, 01:41 AM |#2  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kylgore

Maybe this is common knowledge, but if you're logged into a shell on your watch via sdb, you can use the screenshot command to get a current screenshot.

sh-3.2# screenshot
"/opt/usr/media/Screenshots/Screen-20140621135620.bmp" saved
screenshot success

Nope I'm still a tizen (knowledge) noon. Tq. Common now though
26th June 2014, 05:49 AM |#3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kylgore

Maybe this is common knowledge, but if you're logged into a shell on your watch via sdb, you can use the screenshot command to get a current screenshot.

sh-3.2# screenshot
"/opt/usr/media/Screenshots/Screen-20140621135620.bmp" saved
screenshot success

sdb root on
sdb pull /opt/share/app_capture
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