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Stupid problem... Can you turn off the camera's sound? When it takes a picture it does this annoying fake shutter sound... Can you turn it off? I've tried going into the set-up but it doesn't give me an option, I know it's silly but it also drives me nuts!

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    there is no shutter off just 3 different shutter noises to choose from (memoir)

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When u switch on the camera, after than click on option on the left handsite of mobile than u click on camera settings over there u got the option of shutter sound click it off

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