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Remove annoying camera sounds!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by don1quijote, Jul 21, 2013.

  1. don1quijote

    don1quijote Newbie
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    *PURCHASE ROOT BROWSER OR ROOT EXPLORER FROM THE PLAYSTORE*

    Open the app, look for the System folder. Under the system folder look for the media folder, open it. In the media folder you will find the audio folder open that one too. Finally under the audio folder you will see the the ui folder do the same. In the UI folder you will find the camera 1,2,3 & focus sounds. Now delete each one of them by holding down on them and selecting the delete option. That's it!
    Now to verify go to the camera app (No Reboot required) and Enjoy your sound free experience!
     


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  2. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast

    lol they put sounds on it so people hear it when you take a pic. unless you like taking sneaky pics :p
     
  3. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Android Expert

    yea, and you dont gotta purchase anything, there are free root browsers, or you can always use the cmfilemanager.apk from cyanogenmod, it works perfectly well on b11
     
  4. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast

    Root Browser Lite is free and will do the trick also
     
  5. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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    I pulled that from one of Shinru's earlier ROMs, I loved it so much! :beer::D
     
  6. rlphbgby

    rlphbgby Well-Known Member

    Really thanks for this. I always try to take my girl's pic when she ain't looking, but she always hear that sound. I just deleted one so I have no sound on just one.
     
  7. benjiu3

    benjiu3 Member

    When i use es file explorer it says these files cannot be deleted :( any help?
     
  8. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer

    enable R/W

    Open Es File Explorer, press your phone options button, choose Tools, Root Explorer, Mount R/W, select R/W for all listed, press ok. You only have to do this once, it will remember ;)
     

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