Can I delete the sound part of a Sound & Shot photo in Samsung Galaxy S3 JB OS 4.3?
No, you can't delete the sound part of a Sound & shot photo directly in your Samsung Galaxy S3 ( GT-I9300 ) JB OS 4.3. Insted of deleting, you can stop the sound when viewing by pressing the musical-note icon in the viewer screen.
Well, there are some other ways of removing the sound part from the image by transferring it to other devices that do not support this feature. Or by transferring the image from Galaxy S3 via some medium that will hold the sharing of sound. For example, while sharing the image as MMS or ChatOn attachment the original file will be edited and only image will get transferred except sound.
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