Since Android first launched many users have complained that the operating system's user interface is slightly confusing to use.
While Google has made strides fixing this with each software update to Android, the problem still exists and many users still feel the operating system's interface is far more difficult to use than competing mobile operating systems like Apple's iOS.
The consequence of this is that despite Google's efforts, many Android customers still don't know how to do certain key actions, like taking a screenshot, on their smartphone.
This is bad as taking a screenshot on any device can be useful for a variety of reasons. The screenshot can be used to quickly and easily share a snippet of a conversation, a page from a document, or offer a visual aid about a particular bug affecting the device with friends, co-workers or support staff.
Here to help, V3's created a guide that demonstrates how to take a screenshot on an Android smartphone. Watch the video to see how you can take a screengrab just by holding down the power and volume buttons at the same time.