No More Glitches On Your Sense 3.0 or 3.5 Camera In Your HD2
The one thing about most Android ports we have seen around here is the fact that there are always things that require a bit more work than others to work properly. The one that remains a constant nuisance for devs is the camera, as it either does not work right off the bat or it is glitchy. Well, the ports for both Sense 3 and 3.5 are not exceptions to this, but it seems that XDA member haldric has created fixes for both of the aforementioned ports. The fixes seem to address video playback issues caused when recording as well as when shooting still pictures. The dev has posted various zip flashable versions, which are intended to address different set ups.
Please share your experiences with these fixes as they seem to be the real deal. Also, please let the dev know if you come across any issues.
i’ve made a new fix for glitches i tested it since 8 days and all seems to be all right.So if someone want to test.used cwm to flash.work fine for me.
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