Take a Picture/Send a Video Screen (Not Camera App) Keeps Popping, Tries To Make Calls
Hello, I'm having a bit of trouble with my phone, I have a Samsung Galaxy S5, and recently a screen to take a picture or video/send a picture/video keeps coming up. I don't know how to close it the only thing that seems to work for about a minute is the home button, using the recents button opens up the layers of other apps behind it however the screen remains. It keeps coming up when I do close it, it's very unnerving. I could accidentally send a picture or video to someone when this randomly comes up, and I can come up and not-so-great moments. I don't know if I actually sent a picture or video to anyone, I don't think I have, however I have noticed either by clicking through the app (clicking somewhere on the app and click on something else that is below the app "layer") 4X feature of the app, that it accidentally made a call, which is on unerving, and I could call someone I do not mean to call at the moment, it seems to have opened contacts another time is well. It's very annoying and I'd like to get it to stop (also because it open to the phone app, I have wondered if it is a video call ffeatue/visual voice mail, I don't have the newest version of Android and I don't think I have that feature on my phone app, but in the current situation it's a possibility). It does appear to be in the sort of widget like fashion of Facebook Messenger and I have noticed I have been using Facebook Messenger when it happens. I have not clicked on the send the photos button or anything like that ever when in the app I have simply been typing a message or not even typing it, Iv been looking at messages ( I have tried to swipe up when it is open, and while this works while it is opening, it does not work through the duration of it being open). It's very annoying because could accidentally send something and I'd like to get it to stop, or at least figure out what is how to get it to stop (close and not reopen) and how to tell if I accidentally sent a message.