This post will walk you through restoring the default configuration of the Galaxy Z Flip4’s built-in camera application. Here’s a quick guide to reset camera settings on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4.
Does your Samsung camera stop working after customizing some settings? It might be due to some errant configuration or settings conflict. If that is so, then restoring the default camera app options might help. Read on for more information.
Flip 4 Camera App Reset (One UI 4.1.1)
Every Samsung Galaxy smartphone comes with a stock camera app that users can use to capture sophisticated photos and videos. Users are also allowed to configure the default camera options to achieve the desired photography and videography outputs.
To make necessary changes, you will need to access the Samsung camera settings by launching the Camera app then tapping on the Settings icon on the upper-left corner.
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Among the customizable features in the camera settings include the scene optimizer, shutter button, picture formats, selfie color tone, video stabilization, advanced recording options, shooting methods and more.
And if things suddenly go wrong after applying several settings alterations, there is also an in-built reset settings option that you can tap on to reset all camera settings to default.
Depicted below are two ways to restore the default options of the Samsung Camera app on the new Galaxy Z Flip phone. Feel free to refer to these subsequent instructions.
Different Ways to Reset Camera Settings on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4
The in-built camera app on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 can be reset in two different methods. You can reset the app through the Settings menu or straight from the Camera app settings. Just use your preferred method.
A. Resetting Camera via Settings Menu
The standard process of performing a camera app reset is through the settings menu of the phone. Just follow these steps if you opt to proceed with this method:
Step 1: Launch the Settings app to get started. Just tap the Gear/Settings icon from the Home screen or Apps screen of your phone. You can also access the Settings menu from the quick settings panel.
Step 2: In the Settings app’s main menu, scroll to find and then tap Apps. A list of all system and downloaded applications will load up next.
Step 3: Scroll to find and then tap Camera.
Step 4: On the next screen, tap Camera settings. Doing so will load up the camera app settings with relevant options you can manage.
Step 5: Scroll down to the bottom section then tap Reset settings. A pop-up window opens with a short warning.
Step 6: Read the warning prompt then tap Reset to confirm.
All the default options and configurations of the Samsung camera app will then be restored.
B. Resetting Camera through the App Settings Menu
This is a quicker way to reset the camera app on the Galaxy Z Flip4:
Step 1: To get started, tap the Camera icon from the Home screen or Apps tray to launch the Camera app.
Step 2: In the Camera app’s main screen, you will see different controls lined up on the upper section. Tap the Gear icon on the top-right corner of the main camera screen. Doing so will let you access the camera app’s settings menu.
Step 3: In the Camera settings menu, scroll down to the bottom section then tap Reset settings.
Step 4: Read the warning prompt then tap Reset to confirm.
The Samsung camera app will then be restored to its factory state and the default values and options are reinstated.
When to reset the camera?
A common instance that requires resetting of the camera app is when the camera app keeps crashing, stops working, or not loading properly. It is also regarded among other potential solutions to post-update issues that affects the built-in camera application. The same thing when faced with unexpected camera app glitches following a series of alterations made to the Samsung camera settings.
Settings conflicts from software bugs and invalid app configurations are often addressed and the associated problems are therefore fixed following the reset.
Will this reset delete user data?
As the name suggests, this reset only applies to the Samsung Camera app. That said, all your other apps’ settings and saved contents will not be affected. The system reset that deletes all the data while restoring default system settings is referred to as a factory data reset or factory reset.
Hope this helps!
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