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  1. jeebs98's Avatar
    So maybe all of the US phones have it? (still waiting on my Verizon phone!)
    No, not the Sprint US version (build IMM76D.L710VPALG8).
    08-17-2012 10:08 AM
  2. jeebs98's Avatar
    Some phone makers are not providing the options to mute the camera click sound so as to prevent perverts from taking under-skirt shots, which is good.
    You know this for a fact?
    Jon Kozarian likes this.
    08-17-2012 10:12 AM
  3. lbkiml's Avatar
    I'm on verizon. I just set my ring to vibrate or no sound, then I have no shutter sound.
    08-17-2012 11:09 AM
  4. f1nzup's Avatar
    I'm on verizon. I just set my ring to vibrate or no sound, then I have no shutter sound.
    Sprint doesn't work that way. There is NO way to silence the Sprint GS3.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S3
    08-17-2012 12:05 PM
  5. Canephins's Avatar
    Just turn the volume down on your phone to vibrate. No shutter sound. Done.
    08-17-2012 01:13 PM
  6. gmrstudios's Avatar
    Hello folks,

    Just download and install this apk. Confirmed tested and working on Sprint and Verizon S III's. No rooting required. Enjoy!

    https://sites.google.com/site/enforcedstreamsilencer/
    08-22-2012 04:09 PM
  7. mak916's Avatar
    Hello folks,

    Just download and install this apk. Confirmed tested and working on Sprint and Verizon S III's. No rooting required. Enjoy!

    https://sites.google.com/site/enforcedstreamsilencer/
    This does not work for Sprint.
    08-23-2012 01:13 AM
  8. stilltwinston's Avatar
    Worked for me Verizon thanks a million
    08-23-2012 04:51 AM
  9. Srambo217's Avatar
    Root your device, install Root Explorer, navigate to /system/csc/feature.xml (make sure r/w is toggled, long press and open in text editor)

    Edit the setting below to true. Reboot, then you will have the option to disable the shutter sound.

    true

    Sent from my rooted/modded/stock Samsung Galaxy SIII using Android Central Forums
    Sucrose1 likes this.
    08-23-2012 11:09 AM
  10. CrisDGibbons's Avatar
    Probably my biggest pet peeve with this phone so far.

    The shutter still sounds in vibrate and silent mode, and it's LOUD.

    It's a Sprint phone in the U.S. and there is no option to turn it off in camera settings.

    Is there an app that allows you to have control over this?
    - - - Updated - - -

    I agree.
    09-12-2012 12:10 AM
  11. mikezot's Avatar
    Root your device, install Root Explorer, navigate to /system/csc/feature.xml (make sure r/w is toggled, long press and open in text editor)

    Edit the setting below to true. Reboot, then you will have the option to disable the shutter sound.

    true

    Sent from my rooted/modded/stock Samsung Galaxy SIII using Android Central Forums

    I did what you suggested with my Sprint version of the Galaxy III and the option for Shutter sound is now there but I tried to turn it off and the sound is still there. Any thoughts?
    09-17-2012 04:23 PM
  12. mischiefse7en's Avatar
    Try ICS Camera in the play store, and works on Verizon
    09-17-2012 08:31 PM
  13. ysun01's Avatar
    How to Turn Off Your Shutter Sound In 2 Minutes



    read this forum, I follwed the step and actually worked.

    quote user: Skunkape60

    """OK... Now I have something that does work. Here's how to shut off them camera sounds. This time I verified it works before posting.

    system / media / audio / UI
    Scroll down until you see Shutter.ogg and Shutter_multiple.ogg. To the end of both of those file names add .bak
    So it will look like this:

    Shutter.ogg.bak
    Shutter_multiple.ogg.bak

    You will (of course) need to be rooted and have read/write enabled and restart your phone. Then those pesky shutter sounds will be gone for good.

    Thanks should go to drawde40599 """""


    Now my galaxy s3 is actually silence when taking pictures.

    hope this will help.

    mine was sprint SPH-170
    xips likes this.
    09-21-2012 12:51 PM
  14. windstrings's Avatar
    Just take your finger and swipe down to mute
    Your phone, then open your camera and shoot
    Away... No shutter noise!

    I haven't found a setting in the camera
    Software either.
    09-22-2012 10:52 AM
  15. digitalzen's Avatar
    Unless you want to take photos of sleeping kids, or animals, or...

    ---------- Post Merged at 03:55 PM ---------- Previous Post was at 03:48 PM ----------

    The app "Camera ICS+" allows you to shut off the sound, and has a couple of tweaks that the native ICS camera (which sucks, IMNSHO) doesn't have. Highly recommended.
    09-26-2012 02:55 PM
  16. funkylogik's Avatar
    sorry if im like months late to the party but my int' s3 makes no shutter sound with volume turned down.
    jst tried it when i was out perverting.... f***ing flash was a dead give-away though

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
    the1m.polo likes this.
    09-26-2012 08:39 PM
  17. GrooveRite's Avatar
    .... f***ing flash was a dead give-away though
    Damn, I hate that too!! lol!!
    funkylogik likes this.
    09-27-2012 11:33 AM
  18. mrsupplier88's Avatar
    Smh yeah ive had the same issue! Without trying to sound like a jerk, it is pointless taking advice from owners of the galaxy s2 with other providers, for the phones are a lot different! My galaxy s2 is a sprint phone, not option to take off shutter sound, whereas the tmobile version, ive seen is capable of doing so! Ive been all over the net looking for solutions and still havent found any smh

    ---------- Post Merged at 12:52 AM ---------- Previous Post was at 12:52 AM ----------

    Smh yeah ive had the same issue! Without trying to sound like a jerk, it is pointless taking advice from owners of the galaxy s2 with other providers, for the phones are a lot different! My galaxy s2 is a sprint phone, not option to take off shutter sound, whereas the tmobile version, ive seen is capable of doing so! Ive been all over the net looking for solutions and still havent found any smh
    09-30-2012 11:52 PM
  19. pizzafrog's Avatar
    How to Turn Off Your Shutter Sound In 2 Minutes



    read this forum, I follwed the step and actually worked.

    quote user: Skunkape60

    """OK... Now I have something that does work. Here's how to shut off them camera sounds. This time I verified it works before posting.

    system / media / audio / UI
    Scroll down until you see Shutter.ogg and Shutter_multiple.ogg. To the end of both of those file names add .bak
    So it will look like this:

    Shutter.ogg.bak
    Shutter_multiple.ogg.bak

    You will (of course) need to be rooted and have read/write enabled and restart your phone. Then those pesky shutter sounds will be gone for good.

    Thanks should go to drawde40599 """""


    Now my galaxy s3 is actually silence when taking pictures.

    hope this will help.

    mine was sprint SPH-170
    Tried everything here for my Sprint-based S3. This is the one that worked. Simple, does the trick, and not hard to reverse if you really WANT to wake up your animals and kids with your camera.
    Sinister813 likes this.
    10-01-2012 07:38 AM
  20. funkylogik's Avatar
    so why does everyone want silent shutter? be honest..... wildlife photography lol?

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
    10-01-2012 12:26 PM
  21. Kizzmocat's Avatar
    Up skirt!! Lol

    Sent from my EVO using Android Central Forums
    funkylogik likes this.
    10-01-2012 01:00 PM
  22. irish-68's Avatar
    so why does everyone want silent shutter? be honest..... wildlife photography lol?

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
    I have this quirky hobby where I like to snap pictures of women bending over while wearing loose blouses. Also works great for discreet photography in health clubs. I also like going to playgrounds and elementary schools and...

    If any of you believe that stuff, well... lol!!

    On a slightly more serios note, a rooted user could simply replace the ogg file of the shutter sound with a silent one, if it's really that important. I personally prefer to keep the sound on, as reassurance that I actually got the picture, especially on a bright sunny day when it's difficult to see the screen.
    funkylogik likes this.
    10-01-2012 01:13 PM
  23. pappcam's Avatar
    My phone has no shutter noise when it's on silent or vibrate. I'm on SaskTel in Canada and I believe the phone is the same as Telus or Bell which is basically an AT&T phone.
    10-01-2012 01:47 PM
  24. funkylogik's Avatar
    for anyone who cant silence it, put your finger over the back speaker, you can barely hear it.
    try some duct tape if youre out for a long session of perving lol

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
    geekymcfly likes this.
    10-01-2012 01:58 PM
  25. john181818's Avatar
    That worked for me. I had my phone in the Sleep Mode using My Profiles app and putting the phone into Normal solved the issue on my Verizon phone.
    10-25-2012 11:16 AM
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