Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus are great smartphones for taking pictures, among many other things. They are equipped with amazing camera features and you can store a lot of data on them. So, photographing everything you like while on vacation or on the go comes natural.
What is less natural, however, is disentangling all these graphic memories when you come back home. If you’ve taken hundreds or thousands of pictures, how are you supposed to categorize them and group them by the places where you’ve been? By looking at their date and trying to remember where were you on that day?
Lucky for you, there’s no need to torture yourself like that. Not when you have the Camera Location function that you can turn on and forget about all these worries. Standard cameras don’t have this feature, but Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus cameras are smart enough to include it.
Moreover, you can enable or disable the location tracking of your photographs whenever you want. Depending on whether the option is turned On or Off, your photographs will indicate on their details the place where they’ve been taken, or… not. That’s what today’s article is about.
How to turn the Camera App Location On/Off on Galaxy S8 and S8+ Plus
The Camera Location feature can be found among your camera app settings as the Location tags. A simple option with a toggle switch that you can commute from On to Off with ease. Here’s how you get to it:
- Turn on the smartphone;
- Launch the camera app;
- Tap the Settings icon;
- Scroll down through the list of options;
- Find and tap on Location tags;
- Toggle the switch to On if you want to activate it;
- Toggle the switch to Off if you want to deactivate it.
Once you’ve switched it on, the camera location feature will remain active on Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus until you decide to deactivate it.