We understand that you want to have a flash on the ultrawide shots. We would just want to set your expectations that flash is disabled by default due to the beam spray of flashlight is limited as this may result to exposure issue on the picture outcome. This may also cause imbalance of the lighting especially on the edges of ultrawide shots.
Hello there! AybanThysurt,
Thanks for your comments and suggestions here about the need to enable the flash in Ultra Wide mode.
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Open camera, then put it to .5x, then go back to the homescreen (don't remove the app), then activate the flashligh on quick controls, and just go back to camera. Then you're done!