Inoyori offers a couple of troubleshooting tips to alleviate such nuisances. For instance, to help the S5’s camera perform faster during brightly lit photo ops, the user can turn off the Photo Stabilisation feature by clicking the gear icon located either on the top or bottom left side of the camera app and then close the Photo Stabilisation app. Once the Photo Stabilisation app has been closed, users should see a notable boost in performance.
As for the error prompt, Digital Trends says that restarting the unit is often all it takes to care of the problem. If the error prompt still appears, however, then users should go the App Manager, select to Force Stop the Camera App, Clear Cache, and Clear Data. Melbourne Samsung dealers such as TelcoWorld Corp Pty Ltd suggest uninstalling third-party apps and saving pictures on a different Micro SD card, especially if the issue has to do with the phone’s internal memory.