When you encounter some issues with the camera of your Google Pixel 7, there is a very simple procedure you can do to immediately fix them, and that’s to reset the camera itself.
Estimate Cost : 0
Time Needed : 3 minutes
Resetting the camera of your phone simply means to bring it back to its default settings and configuration as well as delete whatever cache or files the app has created. In doing so, you are actually replacing those files with a new one.
So here’s how you reset the camera of your Pixel 7 to fix any problem:
- Pull up the App Drawer and look for the camera app.
To pull up the App Drawer, you have to swipe up from the bottom part of the screen.
- Once you find the camera, tap and hold on its icon until the menu shows.
It will take just a second or two of holding the icon before the menu shows up.
- Tap the App info icon.
It is the lowercase “I” inside the circle.
- On the next screen, tap Storage & cache.
This will bring you the screen where you can view the storage allocation of the app as to how much space it’s taking up.
- Tap Clear cache first.
This will delete the cached files the app has created.
- Tap Clear storage, and tap Delete to confirm.
This deletes the data files created by the system and brings all the camera settings back to default.
- Android 13
- Pixel 7
Whatever problem you have with your phone’s camera, they should be fixed now that you’ve reset it.
And don’t worry about your pictures, videos and screenshots, they won’t be deleted.
We hope this guide can help you.
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