1. Android Central Question's Avatar
    I detest having to press the on screen button, at my age it's difficult to hold the phone steady while doing this.
    Also it's not that easy in dazzling sunlight we have here in Perth!

    Also annoying is when asking a question about Android, iPhone and Samsung always come up first. I don't have either of these and I don't want either of them!!
    Is there any way to stop this irrelevant nonsense
    05-01-2022 12:46 PM
  2. rvbfan's Avatar
    05-01-2022 01:01 PM
  3. rvbfan's Avatar
    Also can use assistant. Ok Google, take picture, 3 second delay and voila!.
    05-01-2022 01:06 PM
  4. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! One workaround would be to set the shutter timer to 3 seconds (as long as what you're taking is fairly still). That way, the instability from tapping the shutter button wouldn't be an issue, since the picture would be taken 3 seconds later.

    Please register on this forum, which will allow you to engage in discussion more easily, as well as post images. https://forums.androidcentral.com/as...community.html
    05-01-2022 01:09 PM
  5. L0n3N1nja's Avatar
    Not sure what EG Shoot is but most phones I've seen have voice controls available in the camera app settings.
    05-01-2022 03:00 PM
  6. methodman89's Avatar
    I bought a Tile sized BT remote shutter device years ago , and I'm happy with it. It works with all my phones, and even my ipad
    05-01-2022 03:30 PM
  7. Ben xfg's Avatar
    Many camera apps also let you use something like a volume button to snap the photo, which might be a more natural place to rest your finger.
    05-01-2022 08:50 PM
  8. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Not sure what EG Shoot is but most phones I've seen have voice controls available in the camera app settings.
    I believe the OP meant "e.g.", as in "for example, 'shoot'"
    05-01-2022 10:12 PM
  9. methodman89's Avatar
    I believe the OP meant "e.g.", as in "for example, 'shoot'"
    So eg as in ie.
    05-02-2022 07:14 AM
  10. B. Diddy's Avatar
    So eg as in ie.
    Right, but "e.g." means "for example," while "i.e." means "that is." Subtle difference, but still different.
    05-02-2022 09:04 PM
  11. methodman89's Avatar
    I thought eg was the catcher and ie was on 1st
    B. Diddy likes this.
    05-02-2022 09:15 PM
  12. B. Diddy's Avatar
    I thought eg was the catcher and ie was on 1st
    Ibid. THIRD BASE!
    05-02-2022 09:23 PM
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