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Default TYTN II/Kaiser/Tilt Video fix

Quite a few threads now on the aforementioned topic

1) The one regarding the online petition

So, there are some 13000 signatures. So what? What is going to be done with them?

2) The one regarding proper video drivers

HTC announced in February that a fix was forthcoming at the end of March. Where is it?

3) The one regarding the video driver bounty.

Supposedly some $7000 has been raised. I doubt this. What people pledge and what gets sent are two completely different things. Sorry to be a cynic.

Having had my TYTN II for 3 months, I have monitored this site with interest for any developments. Sadly, if a fix does not transpire soon, then it becomes a wasted cause as the phone will be obsolete very soon...

Time now for action?
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I don't think it is going to happen unless HTC decides to do it. Who knows, they could put out a fix today.
 
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Why would you make this thread when there are all the other threads to post in? You haven't stated anything new. Useless thread.


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Why would you make this thread when there are all the other threads to post in? You haven't stated anything new. Useless thread.
There has been nothing new in any of the other threads for some time. That is my point, what is yours?

And, apologies, didn't realise that there were only a finite number of threads available...
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My point is that you should take your questions to those topics so that they answers can be followed. Those threads are their for a reason and that reason is to maintain all the information in one labeled location.


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It had nothing to do with a limit on threads, or finite as your referred, it just clutters up the main page with duplicate topic that has a sticky.

I could care less either way, I feel like this post and the sticky haven't done anything toward getting the drivers fixed because HTC said they are going to put our new driver sometime in the future.

To me the both should be deleted.
 
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My point is that you should take your questions to those topics so that they answers can be followed. Those threads are their for a reason and that reason is to maintain all the information in one labeled location.
You're not a librarian, are you?

My question relates to 3 different threads. All of which (in my humble opinion) havn't actually achieved very much as of yet other than some moaning and some empty promises. To reiterate... With all of these signatures and all of this promised? cash, who decides when to actually do something and what will that be?

Seems to me that if nothing is going to be done then they might as well lock all of the other threads and this one and we'll look forward to the next great piece of technology (hopefully it'll come with all the extras!)
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Well said my friend. I think I will put that in my sig.

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if their are 3 worthless threads already in your opinion, why add a 4th?

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