Reportedly, the latest version (89) of Chrome Canary for Android has an old-new experimental setting Incognito Screenshot
Chrome Canary on Android lets you take
screenshots in incognito mode
In recent years, companies have paid a lot of attention to user privacy and security. For this reason, back in 2018, Google blocked the ability to take a screenshot when starting incognito mode in Chrome for Android. This feature returns two years later.
Reportedly, the latest version (89) of Chrome Canary for Android has an old-new experimental setting Incognito Screenshot: if activated, you can take screenshots while browsing sites in incognito mode. Without this option, the browser only issues a notification about the impossibility of taking a screenshot.
It is not yet clear when this feature will appear in the stable version of Chrome, or if it will appear at all. It's not uncommon for experimental features to remain experimental or Google removes them altogether after a while.
Enable Screenshots for Chrome Incognito mode on Android
1. Launch Chrome browser
2. Visit chrome://flags
Search for “Incognito Screenshot”
4. Click on the dropdown arrow and select “Enabled”
5. Restart the browser.