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[Q] Purple tint fixed but now have green tint (india)

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4th June 2014, 03:39 AM   |  #1  
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So I paid the service tech at Chandigarh rs. 5000 to get my camera fixed.

The camera is near perfect now except when I look at white backgrounds there is a slight hue of green present.

The tech said that because my bootloader is unlocked and s-off he wasn't able to callibrate the phone correctly.

Can someone please tell me what to do?
4th June 2014, 03:44 AM   |  #2  
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WTF, you paid how much...?

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Hello

So I paid the service tech at Chandigarh rs. 5000 to get my camera fixed.

The camera is near perfect now except when I look at white backgrounds there is a slight hue of green present.

The tech said that because my bootloader is unlocked and s-off he wasn't able to callibrate the phone correctly.

Can someone please tell me what to do?

replace the camera auto white calibration file:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2744757
you need an /system writable kernel otherwise the file must be replaced at each reboot.
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replace the camera auto white calibration file:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2744757
you need an /system writable kernel otherwise the file must be replaced at each reboot.

I have a couple of questions;

1) Does elementalX allow me to do this?

2) Is this procedure permanent? I mean can I make a backup of the original file and replace it if it doesn't work out

3) Will I need to replace this file everytime I flash a new rom?
4th June 2014, 04:21 PM   |  #5  
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I have a couple of questions;

1) Does elementalX allow me to do this?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...12&postcount=3

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2) Is this procedure permanent?

yes and no. If you keep using the same rom and you are using a writable /system kernel then yes. If you change your rom, no and if don't want to use a custom kernel, no.

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I mean can I make a backup of the original file and replace it if it doesn't work out

ALWAYS make backup of stock files before replacing them and you should make a complete nandroid backup each time you try to mod your phone. You might also need to restore the stock awb file for future ota update (if you are on stock)

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3) Will I need to replace this file everytime I flash a new rom?

Yes and No
We hope at some point, HTC will fix this issue OTA with a new awb file. If so, newer rom versions will probably include the fixed awb file and maybe some custom roms already fixed the file (to confirm). But atm the answer is Yes, you must replace the file everytime.
4th June 2014, 06:16 PM   |  #6  
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The tech said that because my bootloader is unlocked and s-off he wasn't able to callibrate the phone correctly.

They said that? Damn [emoji23]
4th June 2014, 08:09 PM   |  #7  
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The tech said that because my bootloader is unlocked and s-off he wasn't able to callibrate the phone correctly.

Lol, you think being unlocked/s-off would make it easier for them...

But I'm not buying that there is any calibration to be done. Mine was replaced by HTC in January. I have some green in low light.

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Lol, you think being unlocked/s-off would make it easier for them...

But I'm not buying that there is any calibration to be done. Mine was replaced by HTC in January. I have some green in low light.

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Did you try replacing the awb file? I m wanting to know if this works out or not.
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WTF, you paid how much...?

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LIke $90
5th June 2014, 12:28 PM   |  #10  
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Did you try replacing the awb file? I m wanting to know if this works out or not.

I tried but was not able to copy the file over. I'm rooted/s-off, but I think it will only work on with a custom kernel. I could be wrong though.

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