In my opinion, everyone already knows that when the phone is shaken, an unpleasant sound occurs from the camera stabilizer.
But if you turn on any application for photography, then this effect is not observed because the camera is working.
Is it possible to expect from the developers to update the system in which the settings will include something like "Keep the camera in working order" that will prevent such effect?
The idea is to get rid of the unpleasant shaking sound by keeping the camera stabilizer running all the time, albeit at the expense of battery usage.
This sound is really annoying =\
If there any developers here — let me know your thoughts and chances to add this fix because I really think about returning the phone to the store, as it rattles like a child's toy, although it is the best in its segment.
P.S. I can record video with this effect.
I remember this coming up on iPhone's too @AM4N and then on some Samsung phone's due to how the camera hardware is.
Personally I've not been plagued by the rattling sound as I've no need in my usage habits to shake the phone to make it rattle.
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I understand that the effect still remains during camera activity. But it is much less noticeable.
Thanks for the perfect advice not to shake your phone.
By the same logic, you can refuse to spin the bicycle pedals in the opposite direction if the chain squeaks at the same time. Just don't pedal, because you don't need it to drive. Right?
I hear a rattle every time I pick up the phone. This is annoying.
I have another phone — xiaomi mi10 — this effect is almost invisible.
Later I will record and show you a video.