Take Photos With The Power Button On The Infuse 4G
Sometimes the default camera buttons on devices are not as convenient as could be, and XDA member Frooty has come up with a mod for the Samsung Infuse 4G.
The mod is for the stock camera app that comes with the Infuse and features the following:
- Take pictures with the power button
- Take pictures even when low on battery (less than 15%)
- Record videos even when low on battery (less than 15%)
- Version 1.1. has a fix to the home key not working
The mod is provided in a CWM flashable zip. You’ll need to download it, boot into CWM and install. Then you just need to reboot and you;re good to go.
Note that the mod is for a deodexed ROM and will now work on stock ROMs.
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