ElCondor · Jun 9, 2010 at 02:42 pm

Get 720p Video Recording on Nexus One!

Out of the box, the Nexus One doesn’t support HD (720p) video recording, but XDA developer charnsingh_online has made this awesome hack which allows HD recording for this device!
It’s just amazing what software can do to optimize hardware. This video shows the capabilities and quality of the Nexus One with the mod installed. The resolution improvement is massive, taking it from 720×480 to 1280×720 pixels!

The only requirement is that you have the newest Cyanogenmod ROM installed: 5.0.8 Test 3, and you also need the new Froyo radio.

The developer has also promised some other things:

Originally posted by charnsingh_online

To come

  • better fps
  • better audio
  • have to work on them yet

You can find the download and instructions in the tweak thread.


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