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By EVOme, Senior Member on 16th April 2014, 01:21 AM
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23rd April 2014, 02:54 PM |#11  
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We should get an USA freedom update lol

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24th April 2014, 05:49 PM |#12  
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Nope: in most countries it's prohibited to have NO shutter-sound!

So: this won't be implemented in future updates!

First line, no, maybe some countries...if such a law. But easy fix, install other camera software that can disable shutter sound. Also already built into Android camera.

Second line, probably true like the first Galaxy Gear. But hopefully there'll be a mod for it like on the first.
26th April 2014, 03:32 AM |#13  
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I hope this is addressed shortly. I need to be able to take pictures of lecture notes on the board (and the professor doesn't mind, so long as it is silent), however with the shutter sound, I can't, as it would be seen as a disruption. If I start taking pictures with this thing, I would most definitely be asked to leave.

I must say that Tizen was a very poor choice on Samsung's part. No apps exist (can't so much as use Twitter), and we can't do anything. It's quite frustrating.

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29th April 2014, 09:50 PM |#14  
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I tried to compile the camera sample app in the Tizen wearable SDK.
unfortunately, I couldn't compile.
has anyone else tried that.
(well maybe if we can compile, we can remove the shutter sound from that app)
30th April 2014, 03:17 AM |#15  
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Yeah, really need the ability to turn off the shutter sound. I tunred all shutter sound off on all my devices. At least the ability to low the sound.
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I have finally built the app but when I try to install with sdb.exe I get an error.
anyone else who can try ?
30th April 2014, 02:40 PM |#17  
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I have finally built the app but when I try to install with sdb.exe I get an error.
anyone else who can try ?

Keep up the good effort.
23rd June 2014, 07:01 PM |#18  
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If you root the Gear 2, there is an easier way of disabling Camera sounds:

http://www.tizenexperts.com/2014/06/...t-root-access/

Rooting:
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Instructions
Here are some instructions on how to Load into Odin and flash your device with the downloaded firmware

Download Odin 3.09, and extract it to its own folder
Download the rootfs.img file from the above links
Put your Gear 2 device into download mode
Launch Odin
Connect Smart watch to your PC
Make sure the settings are the default ones ie Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time selected
Select the AP Button
Navigate to where you downloaded the file and select it
Click on Start
Wait for it to finish.
In order to activate root you need the sdb.exe from Tizen-SDK, or equivalent file depending on your OS.

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sdb root on
sdb shell mount -o remount,rw /
sdb shell mv /usr/share/sounds/mm-camcorder/ /usr/share/sounds/mm-camcorder_bak/
sdb shell mv /usr/apps/com.samsung.w-camera-app/res/sounds /usr/apps/com.samsung.w-camera-app/res/sounds_bak
sdb shell mount -o remount,ro /

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