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New Google Camera on Play Store

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16th April 2014, 08:01 PM   |  #1  
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Anyone on outlay tried it yet? It's got a new refreshed design and fixed bugs and can be downloaded straight from the play store to any 4.4 or over device. In currently on jelly bean so I haven't tried it yet

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18th April 2014, 04:38 PM   |  #2  
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Now that I'm on kitkat I tried it and its pretty nice. Only issue for me is I can't turn off the shutter sound even when the phone is in silent mode which is annoying for me. I hope lg starts adding it's apps to the play store and updating then from there. It'd be nice to see an improved camera app from them

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I'm kind of digging on the Google camera right now. Photosphere, a working HDR, and the face blur thing is pretty sweet.

On the most recent carbon build and the camera is flawless so far

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I'm kind of digging on the Google camera right now. Photosphere, a working HDR, and the face blur thing is pretty sweet.

On the most recent carbon build and the camera is flawless so far

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Do you know how to turn off the shutter sound?

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Wierd I just installed it. It's the nexus 7 one right? I hit the icon and it brings up my stock lg one.
edit: I'm slow. Haha I found the right one.
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Can anyone tell me how to shut off shutter sound? I saw stuff about deleting a line in system files but this is installed as a user app so I'm not sure how. Would it have to be decompiled and edited?

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Can anyone tell me how to shut off shutter sound? I saw stuff about deleting a line in system files but this is installed as a user app so I'm not sure how. Would it have to be decompiled and edited?

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I'm on CM11 based on 4.4.2 by JackpotCalvin with this installed and I don't have a shutter sound...I don't even know how to turn it on.

I know I have my shutter sound turned off on the stock camera, and my sound profile set to vibrate, and my sound turned off for music/video/etc, if that helps.
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Can anyone tell me how to shut off shutter sound? I saw stuff about deleting a line in system files but this is installed as a user app so I'm not sure how. Would it have to be decompiled and edited?

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You would need to be rooted. Use root browser or some other browser application that can access the system directory. go to system/media/audio/ui and rename the camera_click.ogg sound to something else.

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