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    Default [HowTo] Silent photo capture in custom firmware

    Create an empty wave file with any audio program (for example, using Audacity go to Generate menu - Silence, choose somewhere between 0.5 to 1 sec.), save it as cameraappCapture4.wav, and then copy it in the rofs2 folder's system/sounds/digital. Create the folder structure if it doesn't exist.

    It will replace the last shutter sound in camera settings. Start the camera - Options - Settings - capture Tone - Camera 4.

    It's an easy way to have this mod as an option, without muting all other tones.

    This method can be used for any of the others sounds (like the focusing sound, video recording start/stop), as long as the file is renamed accordingly. Can be used also to replace unused default system sounds from Z:\data\Sounds\Digital, to save space or any other purposes.

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    Default Re: [HowTo] Silent photo capture in custom firmware

    Quote Originally Posted by coccolino_dbro
    Create an empty wave file with any audio program (for example, using Audacity go to Generate menu - Silence, choose somewhere between 0.5 to 1 sec.), save it as cameraappCapture4.wav, and then copy it in the rofs2 folder's system/sounds/digital. Create the folder structure if it doesn't exist.

    It will replace the last shutter sound in camera settings. Start the camera - Options - Settings - capture Tone - Camera 4.

    It's an easy way to have this mod as an option, without muting all other tones.

    This method can be used for any of the others sounds (like the focusing sound, video recording start/stop), as long as the file is renamed accordingly. Can be used also to replace unused default system sounds from Z:\data\Sounds\Digital, to save space or any other purposes.
    look in z from your phone how the name is and make a 0 byte datafile (new txt then only rename like test.wav )

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    Default Re: [HowTo] Silent photo capture in custom firmware

    The Camera Capture tone and the rest of the tones are not inside the rofs2 folder, Isnt it ?

    If not, where is it ?

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    Default Re: [HowTo] Silent photo capture in custom firmware

    thanks
    I copied the folder Digital from Z: to E: on my phone, then to my PC.
    Replaced all the wav files with renamed empty txt files.
    Created folder "sounds" in system rofs2 then put my custom Digital folder in sounds
    Now my CFW is super silent.

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    Default Re: [HowTo] Silent photo capture in custom firmware

    Plzzz guyss explain properly....Where can i find rofs2 folder's system/sounds/digital. open it using pc or phone only.... Even if i have to create the folder structure,,, what is rofs2.....and how to create folder structure.....Give details....Lookin forward for ur help.....


 

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