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Default Majority of my photos are blurry.. any tips?

A large majority of the time I take a photo, it is blurry. I have default settings on. I make sure I am still also... I've used CameraZoom+ and it was a lot better than the stock camera.

Are there any kind of settings or tips I can do to decrease the probability of a blurry photo ?

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A large majority of the time I take a photo, it is blurry. I have default settings on. I make sure I am still also... I've used CameraZoom+ and it was a lot better than the stock camera.

Are there any kind of settings or tips I can do to decrease the probability of a blurry photo ?

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make sure you removed the plastic coating. I swear it wasn't on there when I looked the first time but there is a deal you peel off the camera just like the screen.

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make sure you removed the plastic coating. I swear it wasn't on there when I looked the first time but there is a deal you peel off the camera just like the screen.

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ya that was the first thing I did

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ya that was the first thing I did

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maybe one of the camera settings. auto flash and low light detector is good and enable the max mega pixel.

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Some night photos.

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Upload apparently wasn't full quality I think.

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Can still see it better on my phone. I guess it's just the xda app.

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Yeah, I have settings on auto.. still blurry a lot of the times. The only thing that has seemed to work is to have "Tap to take pics." set to on. I tap the screen and keep as still as possible and that usually results in a better pic, rather than hitting the camera button. Even so.. this still isnt 100% a fix.

I may have to resort in going back to camerazoom+
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Yeah, I have settings on auto.. still blurry a lot of the times. The only thing that has seemed to work is to have "Tap to take pics." set to on. I tap the screen and keep as still as possible and that usually results in a better pic, rather than hitting the camera button. Even so.. this still isnt 100% a fix.

I may have to resort in going back to camerazoom+
Have you tried going back to stock? It might be software related. I have used just about all the settings, manual and auto, and I have yet to have a problem yet.

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Have you tried going back to stock? It might be software related. I have used just about all the settings, manual and auto, and I have yet to have a problem yet.

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if going back to stock you mean reset default settings.. ive tried that too. if you mean stock as in my phone, it is still stock. just rooted and debloated.
 
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if going back to stock you mean reset default settings.. ive tried that too. if you mean stock as in my phone, it is still stock. just rooted and debloated.
Maybe it was something you removed thinking it was bloat that caused this. I know with the s4 if you delete Samsung hub auto rotate breaks (so stupid, what one has to do with the other idk). Did you have this problem before debloat?

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