Removing the Time/Date from pictures?

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  1. NachoMan

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    Is this possible? I would prefer not to have the time or date on the pictures or videos I take... Also would like to eliminate the shutter sound but cant figure it out.. any helps appreciated :)
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    well thats retarded lol wow... even flip phones could do that... what about timestamps?
     
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    It can be done, You were told how.
    This is not a flip phone.....
     
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    well normally everything done on a flip could be done on a droid.. having to root the phone for these things is bogus. thanks anyway.
     
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    The sound is there for a reason.
     
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    what reason other than letting you know the picture is taken? same as any digital camera.. that option is always able to be turned off.. its just a flaw in the platform, unless you have a better reason as to why its there... same goes for not being able to remove the image properties... you would think it could do this.
     
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    kind of ridiculous in a sense.. being that digital cameras can have this feature..

    the only way to do it is put the phone ringer to vibrate.. then silent pictures are taken.. still though.
     
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    Yeah, but I guess the thinking behind the difference is that it's a little more difficult to take a picture with a digital camera without someone realizing what you might be doing since you're holding a camera. It's easy to make it look like you're doing something else with your phone and take a picture.

    I do find the sound annoying when taking a picture though. Very annoying. That's why I got rid of it. :)
     
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