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    Video recording issues in Samsung Windows phone

    The video recording option of the Samsung Windows phone is not working properly. In the middle of recording a scene, the option gets automatically stopped and it plays the already recorded video. How to fix this issue?



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    Rozalyn Array
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    Re: Video recording issues in Samsung Windows phone

    Hello,
    This is a problem that had occurred once with my friend also. I would say that your problem has risen due to the same issue as that of my friend. Your phone's memory is full almost. So what happens is that whenever you try to record a video the video gets recorded upto a certain amount of phone memory still available and then suddenly it gets stopped. In your case it again plays back the video recorded so far. What you need to do is, you clear the phone memory up till certain level that is permissible and then try this recording procedure again. This time you will be able to record as much you want.

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    Re: Video recording issues in Samsung Windows phone

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    dear friend,

    It's just a settings problem-don't worry for that.

    It seems like your video settings gives you capturing time for a specific time period-i.e you can capture the video during the time settled earlier.

    Also the 'Autoplay last captured video immediately after recording' option is ON.

    So you have to change the settings.

    For that go to settings option from the home screen.

    Now select video option & set the capture timing to maximum.

    Also turn OFF the video Autoplay option.

    If these doesn't work then you have to go for hard reset on your phone.

    Hope these will help you a lot.

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    Re: Video recording issues in Samsung Windows phone

    Hello friend, Follow these steps:- In the settings-> audio settings. Click on record option. There you can select the default voice recording length. Select it for 10 minutes. So, even if you want to record anything shorter than that , you can always press the stop recording button. But, if you want more than that, you will have to increase the default length to the desired length which you want. Hope this info was useful to you.

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    Re: Video recording issues in Samsung Windows phone

    dear:::

    This is a problem that had occurred once with my friend also. I would say that your problem has risen due to the same issue as that of my friend. Your phone's memory is full almost. So what happens is that whenever you try to record a video the video gets recorded upto a certain amount of phone memory still available and then suddenly it gets stopped. In your case it again plays back the video recorded so far. What you need to do is, you clear the phone memory up till certain level that is permissible and then try this recording procedure again. This time you will be able to record as much you want.

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    anuj patel Array
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    Re: Video recording issues in Samsung Windows phone

    Dear friend......

    this is simple process
    you have to follow some steps as follow.

    1. Go to Settings
    2. Audio settings
    3. Click on "RECORD OPTION"
    4. select 10 min as voice recording length

    if you want to shorten thsn you have to click on stop button

    hope this will help you
    thank you

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    Re: Video recording issues in Samsung Windows phone

    DEAR:

    If you recently plugged in and removed headphones from the stereo headphone jack, the phone may think that an external microphone is still attached and thus the internal microphone may be disabled (which would lead to video recording with no audio or voice command registering no voice). The workaround is to either reboot the phone or simply dialing a phone call (which I believe resets the internal microphone). I don't believe the included headphones exhibit this problem because they include a microphone and have a 4-pin connector.

    UPDATE: The included headphone seems to do the trick and I was able to record just fine after using it instead of requiring a reboot. Nice catch! Hopefully this problem gets addressed in the next release.
    UDATE 2: I played around with this and it is definitely caused by exactly what Michael posted as a response. However, to workaround the problem, it is possible to put in a 4-pin 3.5mm and then pull it out immediately to fix the problem. This at least gets around resetting the phone or having to make a phone call. This problem does affect voice searches in Bing for me.

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