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HTC January 2012 update screwed up my Trophy's camera

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By </travis>, Account currently disabled on 29th January 2012, 10:47 AM
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Ok so I've been noticing this for a while now AFTER the update (HTC Jan 2012; 7.10.8107 update), really it is AFTER the update. My Trophy has been protected with a gel case ever since I bought it and it is in mint condition. Camera lens was protected with a thin layer of screen protector (I used a puncher to make the protector for the lens), now I just removed this because I thought this was the cause.

I won't be posting the pictures here, but I will provide links because it'll make the post box huge with pictures and stuff.

So this is the photo before update (this was taken late December last year):

And this one just a few days ago:

These pictures were taken at different times, but nearly the same conditions since its summer here in NZ. Although I wouldn't this as a factor since every photo I take now after the update looks like sh*t no matter what condition it may be, even macro shots, when taking texts from laptop LCDs and tv's, it still appear as white-noisy blur picture.

Here's an example:

See this was taken indoors in broad daylight, same conditions as above photos. It doesn't seem to be too noticeable until you really look at the edges (eg. my necklace, or the edge of our fraps)

Notice how the after-update photo has more noise and white and bluriness compared to the before-update. I have taken more after-update photos and they seem to be the same whatever distance you have between the camera and the object. It will look like it has been layered with white glow noise. Also the pink blob is still there when taking white objects.
27th February 2012, 12:24 AM |#2  
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did you find a fix yet? because im experiencing the same issues
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