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General Getting Low Quality Photos on S4

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by New Member, Aug 19, 2013.

  1. New Member

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    Can anyone explain why my S4 (T Mobile) is producing such low-quality photos? I do have the 13MP setting turned on ... as I know this has been an issue.

    However, after taking what I thought would be gorgeous outdoor photos, I upload on to my computer only to find very basic quality. They look the same as my Samsung Admire. I haven't played around with any of the various Shooting modes -- just the default one.

    Has anyone noticed the same thing? Any suggestions? Thank you.
     

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    Is your issue with color, focus, or resolution?
     
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    Maybe a dumb suggestion, but have you taken off the plastic covering?
     
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    Ha. I had it on for a couple of weeks before I noticed the plastic.
     
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    Also, clear the lens of dust and smudge residue. You can probably use a clean cloth to do so (something that won't produce lint).
     

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