Last updated on May 6th, 2023 at 12:31 pm
Digital pictures are very different from film pictures, and one of the reasons for this is the capacity of your device to store such a high number of images. Due to this fact, you might find that you take multiple pictures of the same subject, knowing that one of those images is likely to be good. But you might be unsure if some element of the picture is off or incorrect, so you would like to be able to check the picture before ending the shoot, or moving onto another subject.
Your Galaxy On5 can enable this functionality with a setting called “Review Pictures.” Once you have turned on this setting, your Camera app will show a quick preview of the image that you just took. From that preview you can determine if the picture was suitable for your needs, or if you should take another one.
View Pictures Immediately After Taking Them on the Galaxy On5
These steps were performed on a Samsung Galaxy On5, in Android version 6.0.1. Once you have completed these steps there will be a pop-up window on top of the Camera app that shows a preview of the image you just took. That preview sticks around for a couple of seconds, during which time you can choose to share or delete the picture.
Step 1: Tap the Apps folder.
Step 2: Select the Settings option.
Step 3: Tap the Applications option.
Step 4: Select the Camera.
Step 5: Tap the button to the right of Review Pictures to enable the setting.
The camera settings menu on your Galaxy On5 has a number of other options that you might like to adjust. For example, you can elect to turn off the shutter sound that plays when you take a picture.
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