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Sunday, February 03, 2013
 
[Tip] Samsung Galaxy S II: Turning off Camera Shutter Sound

It is one of the hot topics among Galaxy S II users. In web forums, some of the recurring solutions appear to be rooting the phone or muting the "system" sounds. They seem to work in some cases. However there is a much simpler solution for Galaxy S II phones running Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) version of Android.

Steps:

  1. Launch the Camera application

  2. Tap the Menu key button to bring up "Edit Shortcuts" menu

  3. Tap "Edit Shortcuts" menu item to list out all available shortcuts

  4. Look for "Shutter sound" shortcut

  5. Press, hold and drag the "Shutter sound" option to one of the empty boxes shown on top. If there are no empty boxes, simply drop it on to one of the non-empty boxes that contain the least desired shortcut/option.

  6. Finally tap on "Shutter sound" icon and select the "Off" button to keep the camera shutter silent

PS:
Screenshots were captured using T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II (SGH-T989) device running Android 4.0.3

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Comments:
There is no shutter sound shortcut, genius.
 
That's great for T-Mobile, but the shortcut isn't available using other providers.
 
There is no shutter sound shortcut.
 
It really works. Thanks
 
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