Reset Camera Settings on Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
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In order to reset the camera settings, the phone needs to be unlocked. We should be on the home screen.
Then, we double-press the home button to launch the camera quickly.
Alternatively, we tap on the camera icon one time.
Once we've opened Camera, we locate and tap the white gear-shaped icon. The settings icon is in the upper-left corner of the screen. After tapping the settings icon, we'll be taken to the "Camera settings" menu.
In "Camera settings", we scroll down all the way to the bottom.
We tap on "Reset settings". Tapping "Reset settings" will bring up a pop-up menu informing us that all of the camera settings will be reset. This means that the grid lines, volume key functions, or voice control we may have turned on will be reset to their default settings.
We tap on "RESET". We might see that the location tags will be turned back on if we have turned them off. This is fine.
We tap once on the settings menu icon on the top-left. We'll see that some of our functions, such as voice control or volume keys, have been reset back to the factory defaults.
When we've finished, we press the home button.
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