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@mrfusiondesigns: I'm not sure if the 3D scanner option is available on the Note 20 Ultra. If it is, you will need to add it to Bixby Vision, as it's part of the Bixby Vision Apps Mode. To do so, go to the Camera app and tap Bixby Vision in the upper-left corner. In Bixby Vision, there will be two options at the bottom: Lens and Apps. Tap on Apps mode and you'll see 3D Scanner. If it's not already downloaded, you can tap on the icon to begin downloading. You can also find it through the Galaxy Store, if you search for 3D Scanner. Once it's installed, simply open the app in Bixby Vision or from the home screen to get started.
Hi @mrfusiondesigns ,
Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G may not support 3D scanner features as it doesn't have the Depth Vision Camera like Galaxy Note10+ does.
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Your Galaxy has a native QR code scanner shortcut in the notification bar. All you have to do is to pull the notification bar down on any screen and tap on the QR scanner icon. This will pull the camera app so all you have to do is simply scan the code.
As this is very disappointing to me, I was wondering if anyone can recommend a 3rd party App that would do 3-D scanning. That seemed like a cool feature of these upgrade Samsung phones and I'm surprised that this wouldn't exist as a competitor to Apple which now features this in their photographs.