Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was launched to the world in August this year, but it has not long been reported to have hit a frozen case in its camera app. Now, Samsung's regulator appears to have responded to Samsung's description of his & her; case for the same thing and put it on quickly. In particular, users have reported their case in the 64GB of storage sources and 512GB of the Galaxy Note 9, according to each post on Samsung's community forums in the US.
The forums are posted back from the beginning of September, within a day of their & # 39; phone, appearing as a Galaxy Note 9 user has been in & # 39; Get frozen subjects with the camera app. "I gave me an awareness of my note 9, to freeze the camera when it was photographed. It's worse while it burns videos with a lot of erasures. I do not know if someone else has been aware of this,[sic]"The occupation user said. This was followed by many other users who also displayed the same case on their units.
Some have suggested solutions, such as installing the Smart Stay feature, changing a basic storage space, and # 39; use the app in Safe Mode, and reboot it softly. However, these campaigns do not appear to be all cases for all. Samsung moderator responded to the fiber earlier this month. "Our experts have been instructed to update their output to specifically identify this issue. However, because we can not consider the updates in the release the future, I do not have a definite date for when I expect this. "
Although the giant from South Korea has not yet committed to any time frames, official certification of repairs has been received. Anyway, Samsung has accepted the case and it is anticipated that matters will be resolved soon.
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