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[FIX] Camera green tint HTC One

27th February 2015, 12:58 PM |#141  
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I tried to overwrite - failed (not enough space)
delete = failed
rename=failed
With es, root explorer...
Help me

Try on a GPE rom.. i actually never tried this on Sense

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27th February 2015, 01:00 PM |#142  
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So sad that htc don't remember that some htc m7 has different sensors why the hell when we do updates it don't change that file from factory? I talked to HTC and the only thing they said was to send for repair. I sent already and they changed to OV sensor. yeah thx a lot for green tint instead of pink. it is just a simple update I would really wanted to know how can this problem reach the HTC devs.

Maybe try tweeting them twitter - i was already thinking this issue will be gone only if i upgade to M9, based on the latest leaks however this is not happening!

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27th February 2015, 04:50 PM |#143  
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When I was on M7, I got rid of green tint by talking my pics all in night mode. I made that my default custom camera.
7th March 2015, 11:39 AM |#144  
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When I was on M7, I got rid of green tint by talking my pics all in night mode. I made that my default custom camera.

White balance on this phone is whack when it's warm light. That's when the green tint will most likely crop up I guess. Be it with night mode or not, it'll look like it's taken in a different lighting. These days I just take the pic anyway and edit later.
7th March 2015, 12:36 PM |#145  
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White balance on this phone is whack when it's warm light. That's when the green tint will most likely crop up I guess. Be it with night mode or not, it'll look like it's taken in a different lighting. These days I just take the pic anyway and edit later.

I have changed 2 cameras without any luck so i found a secondhand M7 and took the cameraboard and built it in my own phone now with functionel camera
20th March 2015, 11:54 PM |#146  
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Hi guys.

Try this:

-Download Open Camera from playstore
-Set image quality to 100%
-Enable hdr scene
-OR the alternative set the manual exposure
(These steps are intended in Open Camera app)

This is the best solution in my case, HTC one m7 with ov4688 replaced Camera sensor.

Please leave a feedback about this.
And post photo taken with difference beetween stock
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12th May 2015, 11:55 PM |#147  
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I think we should go to the HTC tech support and ask them to make a AWB calibration for the Omnivision sensor
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