1. reinkarnation's Avatar
    How do i turn the shutter sound off when i take a picture?
    11-03-10 12:30 PM
  2. pbflash's Avatar
    You can't. There have been a few threads on this already. There is no option on the Torch to turn it off and no 3rd party apps have been able to disable it (yet).
    11-03-10 12:32 PM
  3. Mercury's Avatar
    So many pervs on here.....
    11-03-10 12:34 PM
  4. dudermont's Avatar
    It can be used badly, but my kids (2 and 3) stop what you are trying to take a picture of if they hear the camera noise. Just have to get it right on the first try.
    11-03-10 03:07 PM
  5. ChaSiuBao's Avatar
    simple workaround.. install the capture it app load the camera app then capture it!
    girlfriend told me about it.. should i be scared? : \
    11-03-10 06:08 PM
  6. mredgar2005's Avatar
    simple workaround.. install the capture it app load the camera app then capture it!
    girlfriend told me about it.. should i be scared? : \
    BRILLIANT idea! Just tried it and worked like a charm.
    11-03-10 06:54 PM
  7. ismellrealbad's Avatar
    That was a great idea. Seriously how can they not have an option to turn that off? At least do it automatically on vibrate. Me n my ex used to like to take random pics of each other n send em while at work. And i didnt want the sound going off in my office cuz ppl would wonder wtf im taking a pic of, and i didnt want to have to explain that.
    11-04-10 10:16 AM
  8. osubass1's Avatar
    Seriously how can they not have an option to turn that off?
    it's required by law to make a sound.
    11-04-10 01:08 PM
  9. els822's Avatar
    it's required by law to make a sound.
    its not

    ive had many a phone that has a shutter off option

    plus the law you are referring to...is yet to become a law
    11-04-10 02:06 PM
  10. Sainthak's Avatar
    its not

    ive had many a phone that has a shutter off option

    plus the law you are referring to...is yet to become a law
    A little disappointed about this. It seems RIM forgot about this detail

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    12-08-10 08:11 PM
  11. AcADIeN's Avatar
    I think it's a law in china and japan so I assume that's one of the reason.
    12-08-10 08:33 PM
  12. pbflash's Avatar
    I think it's a law in china and japan so I assume that's one of the reason.
    I believe you are correct. BB made the phone so it would be legal in all countries that it plans to sell it in. Even though it is not a law in the US yet, other countries do have the law.
    12-08-10 09:49 PM
  13. chinh8310's Avatar
    Call your vmail then start your camera.

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    12-09-10 07:09 AM
  14. gbsn's Avatar
    Call your vmail then start your camera.

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    clever....
    12-09-10 07:14 AM
  15. Deathcommand's Avatar
    simple workaround.. install the capture it app load the camera app then capture it!
    girlfriend told me about it.. should i be scared? : \
    The resolution would go down the toilet.


    Just saying,

    It would fall from a 1200 bu 900 or something to about 480 by 360.
    12-09-10 08:27 AM
  16. hectorjr's Avatar
    Someone wants to get a candid upskirt shot..

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    12-09-10 08:48 AM
  17. akeyth's Avatar
    Law isnt the reason why there's not a method to mute that sound. In BBM, when u ask to save ur conversations into ur media card it tells you that it is illegal in some country and u have to do this by ur own risks, if law was the issue, they would have done the same for the mute.

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    12-09-10 09:21 AM
  18. salexs11's Avatar
    clever....
    +1 ha ha ha
    12-09-10 04:25 PM
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