You can scan a QR code with your Samsung Galaxy phone in two ways to read and interact with the code’s contents.
Depending upon which Galaxy model you have, you can use the Camera app with Bixby Vision, or the Samsung Internet web browser.
QR codes are like modern barcodes and can have text, images, and URLs embedded inside them.
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You can think of QR codes as a sort of modern update to the traditional bar code.
When scanned with a QR code reader, they generally contain a small amount of text, images, or more commonly, a link to a website.
Most smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy series, can read QR codes without installing any additional software.
But the process of reading the QR code will vary depending upon which model you own.
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How to scan QR codes with a Samsung Galaxy using Bixby Vision
Most Galaxy models starting with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 have Bixby Vision built in.
1. Start the Camera app.
2. Tap “Bixby Vision” at the top of the screen.
3. If this is your first time launching Bixby Vision, you will need to give the app permission. Tap “Allow” on all the requests for permission that appear. You won’t ever need to do this again.
4. Point the phone so the camera can see the QR code. After a moment, a pop-up should appear with the contents of the QR code.
5. Tap the pop-up to read the text or to go to the link embedded in the QR code.
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