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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: 4 Quick Ways to Launch Camera App in Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

The default Camera app in Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is supported with powerful hardware and software to help you get the best result when taking photos with your phone. For easier access to this app, you're also provided with some features that will let you easily and quickly launch or open the Camera app each time you need it.


4 quick ways to launch the Camera app
You can use one of the following ways to easily launch the Camera app:
  1. Launch the Camera app from the Home screen.
    By default, the shortcut of the Camera app is available in the main Home screen. If it's not there, add the shortcut to this app to Home screen first so you can easily open the app simply by single tapping the shortcut of the Camera app on Home screen.
  2. Launch the Camera app from the lock screen.
    By default, you can find the shortcut of the Camera app at the bottom right corner of the lock screen. You just need to swipe the camera icon to easily launch the Camera app without you have to unlock the screen first.
  3. Launch the Camera app from any screen using quick launch camera feature.
    When the quick launch camera feature is enabled, you can quickly open the Camera app no matter what the app or screen you're opening simply by pressing the Home key twice in quick succession.
  4. Launch the Camera app from the edge screen.
    When you have added the Camera app to the apps edge, you can open this app from the edge screen. You have to drag the edge screen handle towards the centre the screen to view the apps edge(if the people edge is displayed at the first place, swipe across the screen again to access the apps edge) and then tap the Camera app icon to open this app.

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