One awesome thing about the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus is its wonder camera. However, most people are unaware as to how to shut the Galaxy S8’s camera shutter sound. I’ll give some tips below on how you can do this using various ways. The Camera shutter sound can be pretty annoying to some of us and that clicking sound ends up drawing unwarranted attention when taking selfies.
It has been rumored that in the US, it’s illegal to turn off the camera shutter sound. This is because the law states that all phones that contain digital cameras must produce a sound when taking a pic. Here are some guidelines on how to turn off the camera shutter sound of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus.
Using a third party camera app
One method of turning off the Galaxy S8/Galaxy S8+ Plus camera sound is by downloading a third party camera app. Since the default Android Camera app always plays the shutter sound when you take a picture, a third party camera app can overwrite that sound. Check on the availability of such apps on Google Play Store and go through the camera apps to check the app that doesn’t make a camera noise on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus.
Muting or turning down the volume
Similarly, you can turn off the camera shutter sound of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus by simply decreasing the volume or by muting your smartphone. Just press on the ‘’Volume Down’’ button on the side of your Galaxy S8 until the phone goes into vibration mode. Once the sound settles on the ‘’mute’’ mode on Galaxy S8, the camera shutter sound will not be produced when taking a picture.
Plug in your headphones
The final method to turn off camera shutter sound is by plugging in of your headphones. Once you plug in the headphones, all sounds produced by the phone will play through the headphones instead of your default device speakers.