This post will walk you through resetting the built-in camera application on a Samsung Galaxy A smartphone. Here’s a quick guide to restore default camera settings on the Galaxy A23 5g.
Samsung Camera App Reset
The stock camera application in different Samsung phones has a dedicated reset option that you can tap on when things go wrong while using the app. Triggering this reset clears out all recent custom settings made to the camera app and restores the app to its factory default state.
Consider performing this reset if your Samsung Camera suddenly encounters an error from an update or stops working as intended following a series of settings alterations.
In case you need some input on how to access and activate this reset command on your Samsung Galaxy A23 5g smartphone, you can refer to the subsequent instructions.
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Steps to Restore Default Camera Settings on Samsung Galaxy A23 5g
Restoring the default settings on the preloaded Samsung camera application can be carried out either through the settings menu or straight from the camera app itself. Both methods are depicted with a step-by-step instruction walkthrough as follows.
Method #1: Reset through the Settings Menu
The following steps will take you to the built-in camera app menu options straight from the Settings app menu of your phone.
Step 1: To get started, launch the Settings app by tapping on the Settings/Gear icon from the Home screen or Apps screen.
Alternatively, you can launch the settings menu by tapping on the Gear icon (Settings shortcut control) from the quick panel. Either way will take you to the same menu.
Step 2: While in the Settings app menu, find then tap Apps. Another screen will launch with a list of all system and downloaded applications.
Step 3: Search Camera from the list of apps then tap on it to continue. You can use the quick search on the Apps menu to save time from scrolling through a long list of apps.
Step 4: In the Camera app info screen, tap Camera settings. Doing so will take you straight to the Samsung Camera settings with different in-built features and options you can manage.
Step 5: Tap Reset settings from the given options to proceed.
Step 6: Finally, read the warning prompt and tap Reset to confirm.
The camera app will then reset and restore to its default state.
Method #2: Reset through the Camera App
The following steps will take you to the Samsung Camera app menu straight through the app itself.
Step 1: Launch the Camera app by tapping on the Camera icon from the Home screen or Apps tray of your phone.
Step 2: While in the camera app’s main screen, tap the Gear icon located on the top-left corner. Doing so will route you straight to the camera app settings menu.
Step 3: Scroll down to the bottom section then tap Reset settings from the given options.
Step 4: Read the pop-up message then tap Reset to confirm.
All your recent camera settings and custom options including camera modes, grid lines, location tags, and other settings will be deleted and the default camera settings and configurations of the Samsung camera app will then be restored.
The above procedures are also applicable when restoring the default camera app settings and options on other Samsung phones that have the same software version with that of the A23 5g device.
However, every device’s user interface may differ slightly given that actual items and menu options may likewise vary between device models and carriers.
Common instances when camera settings reset is needed
Resetting the camera is usually recommended when dealing with random problems when using the built-in camera application.
Among the common issues that can be rectified by a camera app reset are random camera crashes, flawed camera outputs like blurry photos or flickering videos, loading errors, lags, and freezes.
This reset does not affect other saved information from the internal storage and other apps data so there’s no need to create backups beforehand.
Keeping the device’s software up-to-date is likewise recommended to ensure optimum performance of the built-in camera application.
Hope this helps!
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