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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Swap Icons on Camera Settings

Samsung Galaxy SIII comes with advanced camera equipped with some useful features inside it, such as several shot modes, swap default storage between phone and memory card, flash option, etc

See also: How to Turn On or Off Camera Flash Option on Samsung Galaxy S3

You can find all these feature I've mentioned above on Camera app settings. The settings has several options, which may you don't use them all so to make you more easier accessing the most used option then you can change the shortcut position according to your needs.


How to rearrange shortcuts position on camera settings?
You can swap the icon on camera settings by using edit shortcut option . Here are the steps:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap Camera.
  3. Tap Camera settings (gear) icon.
  4. Tap Edit shortcuts.
  5. Now you will see a menu with 15 shortcuts of camera settings that you can rearrange the position and pick four of them to be a quick settings . They are:
    • Self Portrait
    • Flash
    • Shooting Mode
    • Auto Focus
    • Scene Mode
    • Exposure Value
    • Time
    • Effects
    • Resolution
    • White Balance
    • ISO
    • Metering
    • Auto Contrast
    • Outdoor Visibility
    • Guidelines
  6. Tap and hold icon, then drag it to edit position of shortcuts. release to placed it.
  7. To change four quick settings that you use most, hold and drag the icon over one of the existing icon then release to place it.

Reordering the most used option on camera settings to the top list will make you more easier to access them without having to scroll. Also by setting four quick icon with the icon you need most will make you more easier accessing them without having entering the settings. So, have you ever tried to reorder option on the camera settings or changing four quick icon? Was it provide benefits for you?

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