I just received an Android update from Samsung for my Note9 512GB, unlocked, purchased directly from Samsung.
My baseband version is now: N960U1UEU1ARJ5
THEY HAVE NOW INCLUDED THE CAMERA SHUTTER NOISE ON/OFF CONTROL IN THE CAMERA SETTINGS!
Thank you, Samsung, for finally acknowledging that issue.
My only request would be that in the future, you figure out how to communicate with your customers like me about what's going on and what to expect when we report an issue. I've been left hanging for months now, not knowing if anything was going to be done for my issue or not. The same is still taking place with other Note9 customers who are having delay problems with the operation of their camera.
For today though, for me at least, thank you for resolving my issue.
Just purchased the Samsung Note 9 yesterday. I selected the 'shutter sound off' toggle, yet I still get the shutter sound when hand swiping a screenshot. I can't find any way to turn that annoying sound off. I have Verizon, if that makes any difference as I read some were mentioning their carriers. Any suggestions?
Totally agree with you. The phone owner should be able to set the preferences. It should not be dictated by samsung. All the suggestions to turn it off in the camera settings are wrong. Have they even checked what the write?
software: android version 9, One UI version 1.0, baseband version N960FXXU2CRLT
the camera shutter sound setting is no longer there in the camera option, it follow my SYSTEM VOLUME now... can you please change this!
This might help you I've been using it
Ok. I have Samsung S9 with the same problem. What i did was:
Open notification bar
Go to the full list of control buttons
Go to "Sound"
Shut down the system volume
You can keep notifications, ringtone and media volume on, but system can the completely silent.
Just for people that doesn't like the keyboard sound.
i am also having this problem - cannot turn off shutter sound as there is no tab/button for shutter sound in camera settings.
greatly disappointing and and impractical while i'm in a training session.