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Good news for Kaiser users: CorePlayer 1.2 will entirely fix the video problems!

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12th December 2007, 09:43 AM   |  #1  
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See http://www.corecodec.com/forums/index.php?topic=596.0
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sounds coool, I wonder how they want to fix the misssing driver support...
12th December 2007, 10:03 AM   |  #3  
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If you read the explanation posted on that forum -

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The issue was that they used something called QTV for overlay (undocumented qualcomm driver).

I'm assuming "they" is HTC, which suggests that the driver support isn't missing, it's just not working very well, and Coreplayer have switched to something else.
12th December 2007, 10:17 AM   |  #4  
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G Reat News
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That is very interesting also for all the future users of Polaris too!
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If you read the explanation posted on that forum -



I'm assuming "they" is HTC, which suggests that the driver support isn't missing, it's just not working very well, and Coreplayer have switched to something else.

Yes, maybe they are NOT missing (as some people have said) and this is the first app that actually uses the correct calls.


Can we get rid of that sticky now??
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how will i get the additional driver or update for my htc tytn II? when will this be available?
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how will i get the additional driver or update for my htc tytn II? when will this be available?

There is no additional driver or update for the Tytn II, only a new version of Coreplayer which is compatible with the driver already in the Tytn II. This will be on sale in the new year.
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Can we get rid of that sticky now??

This guy is the definition of annoying...
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This guy is the definition of annoying...

Sorry, I did not say remove the thread, that would be wrong. I just asked if it could be made un-sticky!

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