How to disable shutter sounds [Must Be Rooted]


  1. MidshipAc

    MidshipAc Well-Known Member

    Open stock camera app> click the settings icon > scroll to the right and select "tones" > select "Tone 1"
    Using a root file explorer app [I use Root Browser by Jrummy] go to systems>Media>audio>ui. Rename "Camera_Click.ogg" to ".Camera_Click.ogg"
    Go to camera app and test. Enjoy

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  2. MidshipAc

    MidshipAc Well-Known Member

    You can also disable the video capture noise by renaming "VideoRecord.ogg" to ".VideoRecord.ogg"
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  3. MidshipAc

    MidshipAc Well-Known Member

    This also disables the sound that plays when you screenshot.
  4. sonicbluemustang

    sonicbluemustang Well-Known Member

    Very good Crunchy. You are on your way to making all things better. It will speed up the app. :)
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  5. Golono

    Golono Well-Known Member

    Great idea. Just a suggestion, I would say that you should also rename the focus audio file.
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  6. MidshipAc

    MidshipAc Well-Known Member

    Oh yea I forgot that one but I did that too. Thank you.
  7. MidshipAc

    MidshipAc Well-Known Member

    who moved the the post to the rooted section?
  8. sonicbluemustang

    sonicbluemustang Well-Known Member

    LOL The forum Gods! Also known as Mods, Guides and the Supernatural.
  9. deathofanne

    deathofanne New Member

    I did this with my "boost force" phone and whatever i did to the file, it wouldn't change anything and show me an error message that the file cannot be changed.

    D; I was getting so happy that i finally found a way to turn off that shutter sound -_-
    There has to be a solution.
  10. bcrichster

    bcrichster Well-Known Member

    1: You MUST be Rooted.
    2: You MIGHT have to change permissions to 644 before modifying the name.
    3: just put a number at the beginning or end of the file... doesn't have to be a dot/period/decimal.

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