Samsung’s Galaxy S III has become the company’s most successful smartphone so far. Around 20 million units of galaxy s3 were sold in only 100 days, since it was first introduced in the month of May 2012. The main factor that has helped the Galaxy S3 phone to attain such worldwide popularity is innovation. Samsung has beautifully incorporated lots of novel features and specs in Galaxy S3 that people had not even dreamt of getting them in a smartphone. A feature called S Voice is one such innovative and extremely useful one. It allows the Galaxy S3 device not only to listen you but also to respond your words. It identifies the voice commands and makes the device perform various tasks like capturing a photo automatically in a very effortless manner.
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With the help of the S Voice feature, Galaxy S3 carries out a range of tasks by recognizing the voice commands. As soon as it recognizes a voice command, it uses the best suited app to carry out that particular task. To turn on your Galaxy S3, just say ‘Hi Galaxy’ and then it will automatically start, paying attention to your voice commands. This feature makes the phone respond to your various voice commands like play a favorite song, answer a call, send a text message, turn on or off Wi-Fi, snooze, wake up, etc. Moreover, taking pictures with a smartphone has never been so easy and efficient. To make your phone for capturing a photo, simply tell the camera when to take a photo. It means, now there is no need of tapping the onscreen camera button to take a pic. All you have to do is to enable voice commands for applications and for this you are required to do just a few easy steps.
Follow the steps given below and start taking high quality pictures with the Galaxy S3 smartphone by giving a mere voice command.
Step 1: Press the ‘Menu’ button located at the lower left end of your device and then tap on ‘Settings’. Then, scroll down and select the ‘Language and input’ option.
Step 2: Now, hit the slider placed next to ‘Voice cmd for apps’ so that it shows a green colored ‘On’ label. This step will enable voice commands for apps.
Step 3: Lastly, as soon as you are ready to take a picture, simply tell ‘Shoot’.
What’s even more exciting is that the camera will automatically focus and take the best possible picture for you. Moreover, ‘Shoot’ is not the only word that activates the phone’s camera to capture a picture. Other words like ‘picture’, ‘cheese’, ‘photo’, and a few random words (not all of them) can also activate the camera’s shutter.
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