Camera app for Samsung phones It is one of the most complete and customizable to be found in Europe. This app gives us many options for taking pictures and also has a series of hidden functions, which allow us to get even more out of them. Since it even has a built-in document scanner, which many users may not be aware of.
Samsung phones with One UI 2.0 and above have a document scanner integrated into the camera application. A tool that can be very useful on several occasions. It is also a tool that you can turn on or off in the camera app.
How to customize the options of the Samsung camera app
If you want to customize the modes in the Samsung camera app, as well as their order, the app allows you to change them by following these steps.
Use Samsung Camera Document Scanner
By default, this document scanner is usually enabled on the Samsung camera. Therefore, to use it all you will have to do is open the app on the phone and point your camera at a document in front of you at that time. When you point the camera at said document, yellow lines appear and you get the option “Scan” on the screen, which we press, so that said document is scanned. Then you can cut it as you like and save it to the mobile gallery.
So the method of scanning documents is simple and therefore we will not depend on third party apps. If you have tried to scan something, but it was not possible, you can check in the parameters if this function is activated in the camera application of your mobile, do the following:
- Open the camera app on your phone.
- Click the gear icon to enter the settings.
- Go to Scene Optimizer.
- Look for the Documents section.
- Activate this option.
This is a utility function in the app camera on Samsung, which can save you trouble repeatedly. This camera app is not the only one that has this function, since the Google Camera app also has this function. Many of you benefit from this option.
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