For those that own the new Samsung smartphone, you may want to know if the shutter button on Galaxy S8 have sound? The reason that many people ask this is because the new Galaxy model has a wonderful camera and some don’t know about the shutter button on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus.
Even though this new smartphone has a great camera, some people want to know how to disable shutter sound as it can be annoying or draw unwanted attention. Below we’ll explain a few different ways to turn off Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus shutter button sound.
Some have said that it may be illegal to disable the shutter sound of a camera in a public space. The reason that this is possible is because some state laws have said that phones with a digital cameras need to have sound when taking a picture. Below we’ll explain how to turn off Galaxy S8 shutter sound.
Plug in your headphones
One suggestion that can help disable camera shutter sound on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus is to plug your headphone into your phone. This method will have the sound of your camera go off in your headphones instead of the loud speakers of your smartphone.
Muting or turning down the volume
Another method to turn off Galaxy S8 camera sound is to turn down the volume of the phone or just muting the device. You can turn down the volume of your device by pressing on the ‘’Volume Down’’ button until your devices gets in to vibration mode. When the Galaxy S8 gets into ‘’mute’’ mode, the camera sound will stop making noises when taking pictures.
Using a third party camera app
The final method that you can use by installing a third party camera app to take pictures. When using a third party camera app with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus, you’ll have the option of overwriting the camera sound. You can search for a few different camera apps via the Google Play Store and see if any of these apps don’t make noise when taking a picture.