Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Wizeguy, Aug 13, 2010.
Hi,does anyone know how to do this pls.
edit the ssh for it i would guess but i dont no what file, you would have to search ur SSH
... turn the toggle on the side, above the volume buttons to silent.
That simple eh .Great stuff,thanks very much for your help and quick reply,it's appreciated.
Toggle Shutter Sound
I found no such buttons above or below my volume buttons to disable the shutter sound. I'm using an ipod touch 4th gen, 4.2.1 64gig. Does anyone else know how to disable the shutter sound, without messing with the system files?
Well, on the iPhone (iPhone section) there is a vibrate/mute switch above the volume buttons. You could put on headphones, I think that should turn off the shutter button
I never keep my phone on silent. What I usualy do is keep the volume for apps all the way down, while, while the main sound is all the way up. This works for the camera too. Open the camera app, once the shutter opens turn the volume all the way down.
You can just put the ringer volume down, which is the volume button on the side. But when the sound volume level appears on your screen it has to say "ringer" and a picture of a speaker under it followed by the vokume button under it. (I think you know what I mean).
you can only turn it to silent using the switch on an iphone and not ipod touch.
I know how to do it.
How to disable iPhone camera shutter sound:
Navigate to: /System/Library/Audio/UISounds
Delete or rename "photoShutter.caf"
Respring, and you are done!
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