I have been looking for a way to do screen capture on my Android phone without having to resort to rooting.\u00a0 Screen capture is a fairly easy trick to implement on a smartphone and comes natively on the iPhone.\u00a0 However, Google has not included this feature on Android phones possibly for security reasons. There are third party screen capture apps available on the Android Market but they all require rooting your Android phone.\u00a0 For the uninitiated, rooting is similar to jailbreaking on the iPhone, which means you have to install a root version of the Android OS for you to take total control over your phone. \u00a0 But rooting a phone takes a lot of heart to do since you might do something that could make your phone unusable. Android users that don\u2019t want to root their phones have resorted to using the Android SDK to do screen capture but that method is a bit complicated. \u00a0There is an easier way to do it. Here is how to do it. 1. \u00a0 Download and install the MyPhoneExplorer application from here.\u00a0 This app is mainly used for Sony Ericsson handsets but it has support for Android phones. 2. \u00a0 Download and install your Android phone\u2019s drivers from here.\u00a0 If your Android phone is an HTC, you\u2019re in luck.\u00a0 Just download the HTC Sync app which you can find here.\u00a0 There is no need to download the drivers separately. 3. \u00a0 Put your Android phone on debugging mode by going to Settings > Applications > Development.\u00a0 Check the "USB Debugging" option. 4. \u00a0 \u00a0Upon connecting your Android phone to your computer, use the "Charge Only" mode. 5. \u00a0 Run the MyPhoneExplorer program on your computer. 6. \u00a0 Click on "Sync".\u00a0 This will recognize your Android phone and sync data. 7. \u00a0 Go to "Extras" on the Menu bar.\u00a0 Click on the "Load Screen Shot" option. 8. \u00a0 This will bring you to a window display duplicating your phone\u2019s screen. 9. \u00a0 Click on "Save As" if you want to take a screen shot.\u00a0 It will prompt you to enter the file name before saving. 10. \u00a0 To take other screen shots, go to your phone then put it on the display you want to take screen shot of.\u00a0 Then click on \u201cRefresh\u201d on the MyPhoneExplorer display.\u00a0 It will duplicate whatever is on your phone screen at that moment.\u00a0 Or you may simply tick the \u201cRefresh Automatically\u201d button to automatically refresh the screen. That\u2019s it! Hope this helps.