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I was have the same problem with my Motorola Fire XT311 from 2 years ago, but i tried X-plore FM to select the files and it's works great sometimes, try it and tell me the result!


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Check out Goggles app by Google. It reads all the readable stuff (barcode, words, numbers). https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.unveil&hl=en P.S. it will read number for you, then you need to copy and dial that by yourself(but it can google that number for you).


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I don't think processing an image and extracting the number and calling it a better idea. the OCR processing will not be 100% all the time and it may call a different number at-times. A QR-code is more reliable than image processing and can be used for this if you dont want to type the number. A QRcode Generator site to call to a specific number directly ...


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I just found the alternative solution using Search by image app. This app lets me search by image on my smartphone. I can upload my photos to search via Google easily. You can also share images from any website to social media in one click.


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If you go to Camera > Settings > Settings you should see save to device or save to internal card I have these options on my Samsung Galaxy Note III


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The good news is, it is not related to hardware (any devices that can run Lollipop should be okay). However, the bad (or also good?) news is, it depends on the Lollipop ROM (stock or custom); if the developers decided to implement this (optional) feature. Regarding CyanogenMod ROM, it seems that starting from CM11S 38R, it fulfills the condition to take RAW ...


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Try going into settings>privacy>privacy guard. It shows which apps has permission to camera, location, etc... Also, when you're viewing all your apps in your setting, when u open them it usually shows which apps have which permissions.



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