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    Hey everyone,

    After recently updating to Android 6.0.1 on my Samsung Galaxy S6 I have noticed I can no longer have the torch/camera flash constantly on. When opening a camera app like Snapchat for example it turns off the torch. I've always found when taking a photo it's a lot easier to put the torch on before hand and then take the photo with it already on which would result in a lot less out of focus or over exposed images. The phone's camera just has a lot less trouble having to focus or correctly expose the photo when the flash is already on especially in low light and on external camera apps like Snapchat. Is there a way to change this back to how it used to be before updating to 6.0.1 where opening a camera app wouldn't disable the torch?

    Kind Regards,
    06-03-2016 06:32 AM

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