The Samsung S860 is an 8.1-megapixel camera first introduced in 2007. It shoots both film and video, but if you've accidentally altered the settings, you may be getting time or date stamps appearing on your photos. While this can be convenient for organizational purposes, it can also be a burden if you want your photos to only capture memories, without noting the time and date. Fortunately, reversing the default time and date setting is fast and easy.
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Turn your Samsung S860 on and press the "Menu/OK" button.
Select the "Settings" icon that looks like a couple of gear wheels.
Scroll down to the "Imprint" option and select "Off."
Select "OK" to save your changed settings. Your Samsung S860 will no longer display the time and date on your photos.
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