How to configure the camera interface on a Samsung with One UI

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How to configure the camera interface on a Samsung with One UI

One of the main pillars of Samsung is the customization. From the own settings of the terminal up to the multiple applications that are included (we like them or not), having options of all sorts is a trademark of the house. The customization level of the camera application is also possible, a function quite useful taking into account that there are many manufacturers that allow you to make changes in this interface.

It is for this reason that we are going to show you customize the camera of your Samsung to distribute the elements of the interface as we want in place of the factory layout, which may not be the most appropriate for all users.


Setting up the camera interface

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When we open the camera of a terminal Samsung the elements are distributed on the basis of the own functions of the device. In our case we performed the testing with the family Galaxy S20, which have the mode, ‘Capture Only’ as one of the main elements in the mode bar. No trace here of the night mode or selective focus (the portrait mode), modes that are often used quite a bit more.

Camera One Ui

To configure this we have to go to the section ‘more’, which is a small gateway to paradise, the button to customize. This button is indicated with a pencil in the bottom right corner, there is the more intuitive way to find a way just as important as the customization of interface, but there it is.

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Once you press this button you will see a text in the interface indicating that we may move the modes both inside and outside of the tray modes. That is to say, we can add items to the bottom bar (where is the mode of photo, video, etc), and hiding that we do not want within the tray ways, which we access when we give ‘more’

To customize the interface so we just have to drag items between this tray and the bottom bar. The changes we make will be saved permanently so that, when we open the camera application, it will continue with the changes we have made. Point here is that the tests we have done have been under Android 10 and One UI 2.0, so that there may be variations in earlier versions.


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How to configure the camera interface on a Samsung with One UI

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Xataka Android

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Ricardo Aguilar

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