No you cannot. Windows Phone is not as open as desktop Windows, and do not possess the capability to change what buttons do.


The timing has to be quite good - you have to press volume up and power at the same time - if the presses are too far apart in time, it will treat the press as the first button you pressed, rather than taking a screenshot.


You can downland the whole gallery pack from http://www.bing.com/gallery/


Windows Phone 7.x doesn't have inbuilt support for screen capture. However if you have a phone that is (a) developer unlocked and (b) interop-unlocked there’s an app you can use for taking screen shots on your device. The app is called Screen Capturer


Use your two fingers to do this. The tolerance for pressing the both keys should be less than your current situation.


I have experienced the same problem on my Lumia 430 running Windows Phone 8.1 several times. Just Restart the phone. It solved the problem each time it occurred.


try performing a power cycle on the device by removing the back cover, battery for about a minute and if still the same you might need to perform soft reset on the phone by holding down the volume down button and the power button at the same time, wait till the phone vibrates, when you feel the vibration from the phone release the buttons and the phone will ...


It may take a little practice, because you can't hold one button and then press the other, even for a millisecond. I use two hands, and click both the power button and volume up button together rather firmly at the exact same time, as if it'one.


There exists (at least) two utilises that help you gain system level access (including the registry) Root Tool (pulled from Windows Store last year, but available in link) and WP internals. These tools are somewhat limited in functionality and model support, but still in development. So it might be possible to remap buttons in current (or future releases, in ...

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