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I've had this issue and tried the solution above to no avail. I found that this issue is correlated to the flash. This approach fixed the issue for me: Pull down the accessories drawer from the top of your Nexus and tap the torch to turn on the flashlight. In my case the torch disappeared when doing this. Restart your phone. Go to the torch accessory ...
Yes. Actually, the Nexus 5, with an 8MP sensor, can shoot video which is almost 4K with this app. However, 3 months on, Google has still not updated their Camera app to the Camera2 API, so the Nexus 5 cannot record in 4K using Google Camera.
This question is old so answers (marked as the best one included) are old too. Now its possible to take photos on some Lollipop devices like Nexus 6 and 5, among others. Why is this possible? Because Lollipop includes a lot of new APIs to work with the camera (Camera APIs V2) and today any developer can use them and take the most of the device camera. ...
This is a pretty common problem on the Galaxy S3. If the phone has been dropped or the camera has been bumped hard enough the connection to the back camera may have come loose. My suggestion would be to take it to a repair shop and have them open it up or open the phone up yourself. If the phone is under warranty I would file a claim with Samsung.
Photo Editor should be enough once you has editing the images then top right save you will see a pop up window (EXIF none) touch on it and you will be able to add metadata and caption for photojournalist. copyright, Description, Title and tags, Location and Country almost everything you can done it on lightroom
Well it depends on your android version however supposing you are using lollipop you can lock up an application to only make that one work. And you can download an app called caffeine from play store that avoids your phone to go stand by. If you don't want to be notice by any means, you can download an app called spy camera HD pro by MVM studio.
Try factory resetting the phone. Settings/Backup and Reset/Factory reset Even I have Xperia ion, I have received an update long back. check for update
Not directly, but with a rooted device, Xposed or a custom ROM (e.g. CyanogenMod) you are able to revoke permissions granted to the app by Android. If your device allows the installation of applications signed with developer keys, then you might be able to do that without root needed. Side effects may be unexpected application crashes or hangs if the app ...
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