Taking a screenshot is as easy as ABC, but not with a broken or damaged Home button. There are number of users who use their iPhones without much care, and consequently, hardware of iPhone malfunctions.

As a user, you know the value of Home button; perhaps this would be the only button you are pressing at least hundred times in a day. And if the button doesn't work properly, you are in the soup.

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How to Take Screenshot on iPhone Without Home Button and Power Button

With this Home button, you can launch app switcher, reach the home screen from any other screen, if the Home button pressed concurrently with Sleep/Wake button, you can force restart your iPhone, and you can take screenshot on your iPhone with this humble Home button.

So what is your next move if this multitasker Home button goes phut on your iPhone? Well, you can use Assistive Touch option on your iPhone.

The AssistiveTouch creates a virtual Home button on your Home screen, and it performs in the same way as that physical Home button acts. Now, use this facility on your iPhone and take screenshot.

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How to Take iPhone Screenshot Without Home Button and Power Button Using AssistiveTouch

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone → Tap on General.

Tap on Settings Then General on Your iPhone

Step #2. Now tap on Accessibility.

Tap on Accessibility on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on “AssistiveTouch”.

Step #4. Turn ON “AssistiveTouch”.

Once you follow the above steps, you can see a virtual button in a round shape on your iPhone screen. Tap on the button and you will find options to operate your iPhone without using Home button & sleep/wake (power) button.

Step #5.  Tap on Virtual Button.

Step #6. Tap on Device.

Tap on Device in Assistive Touch on iPhoneStep #7. Tap on More.

Tap on More in AssistiveTouch on iPhone

Step #8. Tap on Screen Shot.

Take iPhone Screenshot Without Home and Power Button

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