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Time to say goodbye and look to the Galaxy K Zoom

19th September 2014, 11:13 AM |#101  
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Originally Posted by bunglebp

Can anyone advise whether there is any CWM / TWRP for the K zoom? im rooted all ok and phone is amazing but need recovery lol

I compiled a CWM version for the KZoom:
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19th September 2014, 11:18 AM |#102  
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Originally Posted by timduru

I compiled a CWM version for the KZoom:

Ahh having a bad reading day thought that was the kernel lol,,Many Thanks Timduru Glad there is some development for the K Zoom there a Kat kernel app for the K zoom? Also trying to backup in CWM but keeps failing (i have tried Sdcard / external sdcard with enough space)
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29th September 2014, 09:36 PM |#103  
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hi guys just sold my htc one m8 and planning on getting the zoom

with there been no forum i thought id ask here just want to know how are you finding the zoom my main concern is the display (coming from 1080p to 720p) is the screen good? mainly is it clear or can you see blotches ect like in old screen (s2 ect)

and obviously hows the camera im not a gamer but main things i do is take pics vids and watch youtube and music thats about iy

just hope i dont regret selling the htc one

30th September 2014, 01:50 AM |#104  
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Originally Posted by timduru

I compiled a CWM version for the KZoom:

Great work on CWM timduru. Shame i'm not competent enough to compile custom roms, but its great to see some development happening for the K. Much appreciated.
7th January 2015, 05:03 AM |#105  
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I was looking at the Nexus 5 but I lost my camera the other day and I like taking pictures

So I remember about the Galaxy Camera and saw they came out with a new one: Galaxy K Zoom.

I just need to know if there are custom ROMs for this....
8th January 2015, 01:22 AM |#106  
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There are not! But with CWM and root access, you can obtain your own custom rom!
20th February 2015, 08:03 PM |#107  
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Lowlight / Night photography
Hi guys, can somebody give some advice how the K Zoom performs in Manual Mode when setting the shutter speed to long and lower the ISO? I don't know, maybe around 5 to 10 seconds with ISO 100 etc. How detailed are pictures and what about noise etc? Cheers
6th April 2015, 10:16 AM |#108  
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Galaxy K Zoom spare parts
Hey guys,
Can anyone help me find spare parts for Galaxy K Zoom. The xenon flash on my camera is dead, so I need flash flex or just flash light. Thank you.
9th April 2015, 10:09 AM |#109  
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Do you think it could work on the Galaxy K Zoom ?
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