Just like every other camera, the Galaxy S6 has a learning curve — and while it’s easy to pull out the phone and capture great shots with little effort, if you take the time to learn a few of its finer points you can really make the most of it. Accessing the camera on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge is possible by quickly pressing the home button two times. The camera app will open upon the second press, even if the screen of the device is off.

One of the headline features of the Galaxy S6 is its new camera “Quick launch” feature, which lets you open up the camera in less than a second after quickly pressing the home button twice. The feature is enabled by default and works at any time, even when the phone is locked and the screen is off — it’s a fantastic way to get into the camera so you don’t miss important moments.

With quick launch disabled, double-pressing the home button will only result in your device going back to the home screen. Of course if you want to enable the feature, follow these same steps, with the end result being the same switch moved to the on position.

Disable Samsung Galaxy S6 camera quick launch feature

There’s no real reason to turn off Quick launch unless you for some reason find yourself accidentally launching the camera, but if you need to the toggle is available right in the camera settings. (Remember that if the phone is locked when the camera launches, there’s no access to previously-taken photos.)

Method 1: To Disable Samsung Galaxy S6 camera quick launch feature

  • First you have to  open the Camera app
  • now tap on the Settings icon,
  • and then slide the Quick Launch switch to the off position.

    Disable Samsung Galaxy S6 camera quick launch feature
    Disable Samsung Galaxy S6 camera quick launch feature

Method 2: To enable or Disable Samsung Galaxy S6 camera quick launch feature

  1. open up the Settings app on your samsung galaxy s6 or s6 edge,
  2. Then select Applications under the Device category,
  3. Then go to >  Camera settings.
  4. Move the Quick Lock switch to the off position and close the app.
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Senior Author; Parvinder Singh is a technical writer with a background in Information Technology and Business management, passionate about technology, gadgets and video games. +Ieenews is a online Tech website

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