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Thursday, 20 December 2012

How to turn on camera flash on Windows Phone

Well, like me many new user of Microsoft Windows Phone may not know how to switch ON and switch OFF camera flash light on windows mobile phone.
It is very simple and easy to use flash on Windows Phone, once you know how to use flash.
Note: You can use flash for taking photos (still images) as well as recording videos.
How to turn on camera flash on Windows Phone
1. Camera Application: Turn on the camera by navigating to Camera application from applications' list.
You can access the application directly by pressing a camera key on your phone.
Note:
- In My Samsung Omnia W Windows Phone the camera key is at bottom right hand side, this is beside search key.
- Your phone must be unlocked (meaning enter password to get main screen) to use the camera key.
2. Enable Flash for photos: Once Camera application is on, press the settings icon (round shape) in left hand side. Now press the the third (3rd round shape icon (last one in right hand side).
Doing this will enable flash on your phone for taking pictures (images). This setting is required to be set one time.
If you need to disable (turn off) photo flash, then go to settings icon (wheel type icon) again and then this time press the the second (2nd) round shape icon
3. Enable Flash for video's: Once Camera application is on, press the video camera icon (round shape) in right hand side and press the settings icon (round shape) in left hand side. Now press the the second (2nd) round shape icon (last one in right hand side). This is bulb type icon.
Doing this will enable flash on your phone for taking videos (video recording). This setting is required to be set one time.
If you need to disable video flash, then go to settings icon (wheel type icon) again and then this time press the the first (1st) round shape icon.
Note: Flash for photos and flash for videos need to set up seperately.
Applies To: Windows Phone 7, Windows Phone 7.5, Windows Phone 8

Author : pankaj gopal // 20:08
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