How to turn on camera in Pokemon Go

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How to turn on camera in Pokemon Go
Pokémon Go (stylized as Pokémon GO) is a free-to-play, location-based augmented reality game developed by Niantic for iOS, Android, and Apple Watch devices. It was initially released in selected countries in July 2016. In the game, players use a mobile device’s GPS capability to locate, capture, battle, and train virtual creatures, called Pokémon, who appear on the screen as if they were in the same real-world location as the player. The game supports in-app purchases for additional in-game items.   (According to  — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Well, Here is how to turn on AR mode after you’ve turned it off in Pokemon Go

Turning off AR mode is helpful when Pokemon appear in people’s houses. You really don’t want strangers to call the cops because you’re standing in front of their house pointing your phone at them. Unfortunately, you can only turn AR on or off during a battle, so you might find yourself stuck with the wrong settings.

So, to turn on AR you’ll need to find another Pokemon. Tap on the Pokemon to engage it and the AR toggle will pop up in the upper right-hand side of the screen.

Make sure to toggle the AR switch before you capture the Pokemon or you will be stuck without AR mode until you find another Pokemon to battle.

1. Find A Pokemon

You can only use the camera mode included within the “Pokemon Go” app when you’re actually trying to catch a Pokemon, so step one is to, y’know, find a Pokemon on your map screen.

2. Tap On The Pokemon

This will enter you into catch-a-Pokemon mode — that is, when see a Pokemon existing in the real world through your phone’s camera lens and have the opportunity to fling Pokeballs at it in an attempt to catch it.

3. Tap On The Camera Icon

It’s on the lower right hand side, just above the backpack icon.

4. Voila! Picture Taken

Tapping the camera icon is literally all you need to do — doing so will capture whatever is currently displayed on your phone’s screen and store the image to your camera roll. From there, you can go ahead and share your victory with the world. Have fun, kids!


Source:
1. Cnet.com
2. Bustle.com

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