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HELP: My camera no longer takes quick photos after the latest Sprint update.

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20th February 2014, 09:44 AM   |  #1  
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First, my quick boost setting still works. This is not about that. Before taking the latest update, I could hit the shutter about 5 times a second and it would react just as quickly and take pictures. After the update, it barely takes 1 picture every 10 seconds.
Is there a shutter speed setting I'm missing somewhere?
Has this happened with anyone else?

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21st February 2014, 01:02 AM   |  #2  
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I dont have the sprint phone, i have the att, however, i had this issue after an update. Im not on stock anymore so i cant recall what setting it is, but one of the quick settings is for a type of smart camera....where as the camera actually takes multiple shots, but only keeps one. It does this to try and get the best picture. Find it and disable it, see if it helps.
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21st February 2014, 02:46 AM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by cloudraker

I dont have the sprint phone, i have the att, however, i had this issue after an update. Im not on stock anymore so i cant recall what setting it is, but one of the quick settings is for a type of smart camera....where as the camera actually takes multiple shots, but only keeps one. It does this to try and get the best picture. Find it and disable it, see if it helps.

I have gone through all of the settings and don't see anything like that. What you are explaining sounds like exactly what could be causing this though, so I am intrigued. Can anyone chime in?
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