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12th May 2013, 12:33 AM   |  #1  
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Friends after I updated the firmware on my camera was 1:35 with a terrible quality. Look at the pictures. Someone could tell me why?
There are other people who are also having the same problem, but can not find answers in this link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2264896
To our friends who are very good on Android, please help us.
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12th May 2013, 06:29 AM   |  #2  
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Updating your hboot or bootloader doesn't have anything to do with your phone camera.

Blurred images is a hardware fault.

Camera version is up to 4.0.5.

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Updating your hboot or bootloader doesn't have anything to do with your phone camera.

Blurred images is a hardware fault.

Camera version is up to 4.0.5.

Sent from my HTC One X+ using xda premium

there is nothing I can do?
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im afraid that it might happened also to my device, oh god it is better to stick on stock rom, why does i root it if i will experiencing these kind of isues
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I managed to solve the problem as follows:
1 - locate the folder data / dalvik / and delete all files with the name "camera".
2 - reboot
3 - download lyapota_HTCCameraJB_4.5_Plus_Extrim_Ver6.5.zip this site: http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=22909751817930472
4 - Install the downloaded file for recovery.
5 - reboot and is already happy!

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Originally Posted by junioremayra

I managed to solve the problem as follows:
1 - locate the folder data / dalvik / and delete all files with the name "camera".
2 - reboot
3 - download lyapota_HTCCameraJB_4.5_Plus_Extrim_Ver6.5.zip this site: ...........
4 - Install the downloaded file for recovery.
5 - reboot and is already happy!

seems the file is down!
does anyone have it still and could upload it again?
im having some problems running stock cam, so wanted to try this one.
google also doesn't help.
thnx in advance
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