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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Use Easy Snap Feature

Talk back mode is one of the feature available on Samsung Galaxy SIII, either with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean. Enabling this feature will make the phone provide the spoken feedback for whatever the user do. But, you should remember while in this mode, you need to use double tap instead a single tap to make selection and use two fingers instead one finger to swipe or to scroll.

See also: How to Enable Talk Back in Samsung Galaxy S3

Well, for those of you who now already use Android Jelly Bean inside the phone, then you can combine the talk back mode with the face detection in Camera apps to make easy snap. Combining both of them will make the phone able to tell you how many faces detected by the camera while in preview screen and focuses on them.

How to use easy snap?
To make it works, make sure you have enabled talk back mode as you can see in the link above. Next, you just need to follow the steps listed below:
  1. Double tap the Apps icon on the Home screen.
  2. Double tap Camera.
  3. Double tap the Settings icon.
  4. Double tap Shooting mode, then double tap Face detection.
  5. Point the camera to the object. The camera will detect any human face and focuses on it, also the phone will tell you how many faces can be detected by the camera.
  6. Now you're ready to take a picture using the easy snap feature.

The easy snap will be able to help you to get better picture when you use it for portrait or group photos, because the camera will be able to focus in any human faces detected by the camera. So, hope this helps :)


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