Take Pictures using Galaxy S7 Edge Voice Command

Phone cameras are getting better and better each year and we have all been surprised by what we received: I am talking about high-end devices such as LG G5 which has a GoPro strapped to it or the Huawei P9 model which comes equipped with no less than two cameras just on the back, but such impressive changes are not always necessary.

Let’s take Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge example which has an impressive camera that can take great pictures that will beat competition in a blink of an eye. And the company has plenty of nice additions to enjoy. For example, do you know that you can easily take pictures using the Galaxy S7 Edge Voice Command?

Voice control is also disabled on your handset, but this is no surprise. The very same feature has been present in the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, as well as in some earlier models, but it has always been disabled by the manufacturer by default. However, this should not stop you from enjoying what this feature has to offer. You can easily enable it, so follow these steps:

How to Take Pictures using Galaxy S7 Edge Voice Command:

    1. Open the camera app by double pressing the home button;
    2. Then, click the settings button at the top left of the screen;
    3. Up next, tap the Shooting methods option;
    4. You must simply toggle the voice control setting to on;
    5. To take pictures using your voice, say “shoot”, “cheese”, “smile” or “capture”. In order to be successful and avoid any errors, you have to say the word out clearly enough and your device will do the rest of the work. And let me tell you that you can even start recording videos by saying “record video”, so try this out too!

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