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Nexus devices are, as you might already know, by Google and for their OS is bleak Android with some crazy OS support. While Samsung devices you know have their huge amount of bloatware and you'll obviously not have OS support like you used to.

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I only need the EXIF data. That will give us the details of the shot itself, like Shutterspeed and Aperture so we can trim down the reason for your blurred images. You don't have to do it though. I'm just trying to help.
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I only need the EXIF data. That will give us the details of the shot itself, like Shutterspeed and Aperture so we can trim down the reason for your blurred images. You don't have to do it though. I'm just trying to help.
Sorry bro.. Didn't mean to hurt your intentions
Anyhow,,, the required files are attached. I focused the shot and just when i clicked...and then saw, the pics were blurry. Maybe the hand might have a move A BIT..literally A BIT.. but that shouldnt make pics blurry. Never happend with Lumia or iPhone. And even with S3.... then why here :s
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My internet connection is WAY toooo slow right now.. so I have reduced the resolution of the above 2 pics to bring then under 1 MB and then uploaded. Hope that doesnt do any harm
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The EXIF data is fine. Try disabling Smart Stabilization, ISO set manually to 200, Then try setting the Timer to 2sec to remove the possible phone shake on pressing the shutter/taking the pic.
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The EXIF data is fine. Try disabling Smart Stabilization, ISO set manually to 200, Then try setting the Timer to 2sec to remove the possible phone shake on pressing the shutter/taking the pic.
Will try bro. Thanks
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