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Press f scan(what is that?)

(Topic created on: 29-07-2021 12:44 PM)
Hundejens77
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I just bought a Samsung Galaxy A22 5G, and found that a lot is  missing in the manual, as ususal. 

A lot of it I found out myself, but there is one thing I still don´t know what is. 

When I am about to take a picture, I often see what you can see on the pic. 

Translated from danish, it says "Press f scan", and then there also is a "T" in the corner. 

So what is this and what should/could i do with this feature?. And what is this f I should press? :face-with-tears-of-joy: 

And what is the "T" doing there?

Best regards from Denmark. 

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Kornizz
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"Scene optimiser" is on.
Go to camera settings, there is "scene optimiser" setting, deactivate it.
If its on, your camera automaticaly detects text and optimises settings for taking text picture without distortion. Thats why you see "Press f scan" and "T".
"T" is for editting text.

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Hundejens77
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Thanks a lot for the answer. It would be nice if Samsung would explain it in the manual😊

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