When you swipe down from the top of your screen to take a photo or video, you’re probably going to have a difficult time doing so without hitting the shutter button twice, especially if you’re using a smartphone with a touchscreen.
To remedy that, we’re here to give you the steps to get the most out of swiping gestures on Android smartphones.
Swipe from the bottom of the screen to select a photo source.
If you want to see more of your photos, swipe left from the screen and you’ll see a photo album icon.
Click that to go to the photo album page and you can then swipe down to take your photo.
Tap on the photo to go back to the main camera app, then tap on the “Share” button to share the photo.2.
Tap the back button and hold it down to open the camera app.3.
Click the “Back” button at the bottom left of the camera to return to the home screen.4.
Select the photo you want and tap the “Start” button in the top right corner of the viewfinder.
This will take you to the camera.5.
Click on the shutter icon and select “Stop” to stop the photo from taking any action.
If you’re looking for a way to add an external camera to your Android phone, check out the following video:If you want the camera’s full range of features, you’ll need to purchase a $49 Samsung Smart Capture Plus smartphone.
You can also use a smartphone camera accessory that comes with an external lens.
If that doesn’t work, you can also buy a smartphone lens from the Google Play Store or Amazon.