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I have a Peter Griffin question!

27th April 2012, 05:30 AM |#1  
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Okay I have this random question about a difficult bug to fix in roms it seems. On almost every rom the camera is broken. Now that would never be a deal breaker for me cause I don't use it. I'm just wondering why it is the hardest to fix. Any one know?
27th April 2012, 07:42 AM |#2  
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Huh? What do you class as "broken"? I think I must of flashed nearly every ROM at some point, and only a handful had a few bugs. What ROM you using and what's the issue?

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27th April 2012, 07:48 AM |#3  
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Haven't had any camera probs yet on any ROMs I have tried, can you elaborate?
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I'm not saying mine doesn't work. It does great. But over the years I've noticed that is usually a bug in new roms. I just wanted to know why it can be hard to fix.

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I think the answer is some drivers are built around a custom framework such as HTC sense or Samsung touchwiz. That makes compiling a rom that needs drivers for an aosp rom (a rom with no framework overlay) somewhat difficult to hack together.

But im no dev so... yeah.

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Okay (: just always wondered that

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