This post will walk you through restoring the default camera app settings on the Galaxy S21 smartphone. Read on to learn how to reset camera settings on Samsung Galaxy S21 whenever a random glitch is encountered when using the pre-installed camera application.
One of the key attributes a potential smartphone buyer looks into when eyeing for a new phone purchase is the camera. The better the camera specs, the higher the chance of procurement.
Apparently, modern Samsung flagship smartphones including the latest Galaxy S21 series do offer such “high-spec” camera features that are likewise customizable.
Galaxy S21 Camera Settings Reset
The Galaxy S21 camera settings are programmed to be alterable. Thus, you can change the default settings and replace some options to make the camera work according to your own preferences.
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To access and manage the default camera settings, you will need to access the camera app’s main settings menu.
Here, you will get to manage any of the preloaded intelligent features, pictures, selfies, videos, scene optimizer, shot suggestions, camera modes and more.
And should things suddenly go wrong after creating a string of changes, a camera settings reset command is always there for you to trigger.
If you’re new to the One UI 4 or Android 12 platform and need some input on how to access the camera reset option on the Galaxy S21, I’ve laid out a quick walkthrough as follows.
Easy Steps to Reset Camera Settings on Samsung Galaxy S21
The following steps are also applicable to other Samsung Galaxy devices that are running on the same One UI or Android version with that of the Galaxy S21.
However, there might be some slight differences on the actual user interface given that screens and menu items vary between device models and carriers.
Just make sure that your phone is running on the latest software version.
Whenever you’re all set to configure your device, you may go ahead and proceed with these steps.
Step 1: Open the Camera app by tapping on the Camera icon on the Home screen or Apps viewer.
The Camera app icon is typically lined up among other main icons at the bottom of the Home screen. If it isn’t present on your Home screen, then just access the Camera app from the Apps screen or Apps viewer instead.
Step 2: While on the Camera app’s main screen, tap the Settings/Gear icon located on the top-leftmost corner. Doing so will take you to the camera app’s main settings menu.
Step 3: From the Camera settings menu, scroll down to the bottom section and then tap Reset settings.
Step 4: Read the pop-up message beneath the screen and then tap Reset to confirm.
All custom settings made to the camera app settings and features will then be erased and the factory default camera options are restored.
And that’s all about restoring the default camera settings on the Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphone.
When to Reset Camera Settings on your Galaxy S21?
You can execute this reset whenever you will encounter some troubles while using the stock camera application on your phone.
The same thing can be done whenever the camera renders dissatisfactory photos and videos following a series of settings alterations.
Performing this reset does not affect any of your personal files and information from the camera phone and camera storage as well as other settings for the Galaxy Camera operating system. Only the camera application settings are back to their default values.
Hope this helps!
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