ElCondor · Jun 2, 2010 at 02:58 pm

SciLor’s LeoCameraAnyKey v0.1 – Use Your Volume Keys As a Camera Trigger

XDA member scilor found that many new HTC devices lack important hardware keys. For instance, the HD2 hasn’t got a camera button, but in order to shoot a photo, you’ll have to press a soft button on the screen. To fix this issue, Scilor developed a little application to extend the functionality of the volume keys, allowing them to trigger your camera to shoot a picture.

Originally posted by scilor

SciLor’s LeoCameraAnyKey is a tool that allows you to run the camera/camcoder function of your devicem but you can now use the volume keys of the HTC HD2 aka. Leo to make your photo/video.
It may work on other devices on many keys.

.Net Compact Framework is required to run this application. This app should work on other devices as well.

For more information and downloads, please visit the application thread.


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