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turning off shutter sound on camera?

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hi guys!

recently purchased a samsung i320n (that's what it's called over here in singapore) and realized that i cannot turn off the shutter sound when i take pictures. i only have the options of the "1-2-3", normal shutter and "say cheese!". all a lil too cheesy for my liking if you ask me..

is it just my set or is it standard across all?

btw.. cool forum. the only one i know with a dedicated i320 one..

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hi guys!

recently purchased a samsung i320n (that's what it's called over here in singapore) and realized that i cannot turn off the shutter sound when i take pictures. i only have the options of the "1-2-3", normal shutter and "say cheese!". all a lil too cheesy for my liking if you ask me..

is it just my set or is it standard across all?

btw.. cool forum. the only one i know with a dedicated i320 one..

yes yes .. welcome ... welcome .. haa haa

anyway the only way to get around is is to make a call and in call take ur photos !!! ..

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Been searching and hacking the registry high and low, still cant get this darn shutter sound out.

The only way i can think of now is to find a way to force delete the shutter wav files....

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I have found an unorthodox method of silencing that bloody sound!

It somewhat requires the destruction of the shutter wav file.

But going to try another method to if that works...

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I think I found the same way, and applied it too. (can still revert back to how it was ofcourse.

It involves replacing the file with a sound file without sound. It must use atleast -some- time, otherwise the camera does not take a picture and makes the mobile behave flaky and slow. That's why I replaced it with a .3 second wave file without sound, ofcourse first copying the original to a save place.

If anyone is still interested, I can state the exact way how I disabled that sound (as well as the zoom, brightness and power on and off sounds).

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How did u do it for the brightness? do you mean lower the brightness to that state when its like low on battery?

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hi guys!

recently purchased a samsung i320n (that's what it's called over here in singapore) and realized that i cannot turn off the shutter sound when i take pictures. i only have the options of the "1-2-3", normal shutter and "say cheese!". all a lil too cheesy for my liking if you ask me..

is it just my set or is it standard across all?

btw.. cool forum. the only one i know with a dedicated i320 one..

there's no general options for the camera program where u can disable the camera shutter sound?

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No, you have to corrupt the wav file that plays the shutter.

Thats the only way i know how

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Can somebody post a step by step guide in removing the shutter sound? i tried all kinds of methods but it still doesnt work!! :)

Thanks!

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This could do the trick: http://www.ampcore.dk/Product.aspx?id=1

The current list of tweaks included in this version is:

* 3 Sec. Delay In Ringtone

* Application Installation

* Bluetooth & IrDA Transfer

* Call History Size

* Call-Initiate Sound

* Camera Shutter Sound

* EDGE Icon

* FAT FileSystem & Cache

* IE Temporary Internet Files

* Keep CAB Files

* SMS Sent Notification

* SMS Typing

* Softbutton Re-Map (English & Danish currently)

* Speed Up Display

* Start Menu View

* USB Charging

* Windows Media Player Library

Haven't tried it myself though... :)

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