Take Photos in Nokia Without Camera Shutter Sound

by on April 15, 2009
in Freewares, Gadgets, Tips and Tricks




In the past, all Nokia cameraphones used to have an option to turn on or off the camera shutter sound. But recently, they seem to have removed that option because of misuse of cameraphones in some places and privacy issues.

One way of turning the camera shutter sound off is by hacking into the firmware files and modifying the code. But why get into all that hassle when it can be done from a simple freeware?

ccam-screenshot

cCam is one of those essential Nokia freewares which is a must-have for those who use their phone cameras a lot to take photos. There are places where you can’t go on taking photos with that annoying and loud shutter sound. So that’s where you use cCam.

This app takes photos without the flash and camera shutter sound and saves them in your images directory. For now, this app can only take photos. There are some known issues like the pre-flash doesn’t disable in some cases, but hopefully, it will be fixed in the future releases and I’m also expecting more options like better zoom in/out and photo size selection.

cCam works on all phones powered with Symbian S60 3rd Edition.

Download cCam S60 Application

You can download cCam from here: Download cCam

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  • hello………
    im using this software on Nokia 6120 Clasic u can use it on any Symbian S60 3rd Edition the main thing to tell you peaple that It can’t disable the pre-flash so i put sticker on the flash..:P(intresting na:P)

    best regards

    Haroon aejaz

  • Mohsin

    HI Haris im you great fan im very pleased from you as a Pakistani you appeared on Top 30 Earners of the world.
    Keep it up.

  • I am a heavy cellphone camera user and this is just what I was looking for. Thanks for the information.

  • hi dear

    unfortunatily the file i downloaded give me expired certificate

    Regards