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AspenQn

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I got hooked on the Screenshot button a couple of years ago with my N20U. I have mine set through NavStar in the GoodLock app.
 

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I got hooked on the Screenshot button a couple of years ago with my N20U. I have mine set through NavStar in the GoodLock app.
There are more options and yes, it's for those who use Nav.Bar... try RegiStar, which enables Back-tap action... it works also great...
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There are more options and yes, it's for those who use Nav.Bar... try RegiStar, which enables Back-tap action... it works also great...
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I tried back tap for awhile and it wasn't reliable. Also, when my phone was in a cradle in my car the bumps in the road would activate back tap too so I uninstalled it
 

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It seems that this latest update (April patch) has removed that option (from Samsung's side).... need to go to settings and reactivate....
Settings >> Security and privacy >> Other security settings >> Trust agent...
 

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What's the setting on your camera and video?..I try to leave my on default but I wanna see if anyone tweak.
I didn't love the white balance/color reproduction on pictures so I've started doing the following:

I use the regular camera with HDR left on. When indoors or outdoors on an overcast day, I tap and hold to focus, which calls up the brightness/exposure bar. I then reduce the brightness a little. On an sunny day outdoors, I actually increase brightness a little. This seems to force the Samsung camera processing to tone down the way it adjusts color and ultimately gets me a natual look closer to what I've had on pixel phones.

Just be careful when adjusting the brighness. If you go too much in either direction, you'll blow out the picture.
 
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