Take Pictures with Voice Control on Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Edited by Grimm, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to take photos with voice control using the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
In order to use our voice to take photos with the camera, we'll need to have voice control set up. There is another VisiHow video with the tutorial on how to set up voice control.
When we have voice control set up, we either double-tap the home button of the locked phone or swipe to get to the camera.
Alternatively, we make sure that the phone is unlocked and go to the home screen.
From the home screen, we can also double-press the home button.
Alternatively, we just tap on the Camera icon once. Once we've tapped on the icon, we will be able to take photos with a series of commands.
For example, we put the hand behind the phone.
We say some commands. We can say, "Smile!" "Cheese!" "Capture!" or "Shoot!" Each of these commands will allow us to take a photo using the built-in camera and voice control.
Then, we can press the home button to go back. We will return to the home screen.
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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Grimm