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    I recently noticed my friend's Galaxy S4 had access to the fast forward and slow motion filters on Snapchat. Then I realized that the videos he sends me through Snapchat don't suffer from heavy compression. I then realized that another friend with a Galaxy S5 could do the same. They both have the speed modifiers and can send videos through Snapchat that don't look like they are 144p. Meanwhile, my S5 lacks this.

    We've been trying to get to the bottom of this, and haven't come to a conclusion on what the problem is. I've uninstalled and reinstalled Snapchat, joined the beta branch, restarted my phone, updated my phone's firmware, did a factory reset, wiped the cache partition, and yet nothing has worked.

    Videos are actually okay in terms of quality until the camera moves, then the video starts to pixelate until the camera stops moving, where the quality will recover. Both the S4 and my friend's S5 don't suffer from this. My S5 is a g900h and runs on Android 5.0

    If anyone can help or give some ideas, I'd appreciate it.
    01-21-2016 08:21 PM

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