Testers Needed for 720p Recording Project for All Android Snapdragon Devices
After the successful project of hacking the Nexus One camera software to let it record 720p videos, developers have started to work on a similar hack for other Android Snapdragon devices. Devices mentioned are the HTC Incredible and Desire. There are some developers active at Freenode, but now another developer and XDA member, charnsingh_online, has called for testers of his 720p hack.
This could mean that we can expect a release of this hack soon. But before we get there, there is a serious need of a bunch of testers that can help testing the hack and giving feedback. There are some requirements you have to meet to be able to try it out:
Originally posted by charnsingh_online
U need knowledge of adb, pushing n recovering ur phone if anything goes wrong
Only Incredible and Desire users are asked to participate at the moment. You need to have a vanilla ROM, which means that ROMs with HTC Sense will not work with the hack.
Continue on to the hack thread if you would like to give it a shot. If you think you can actively help in development, make sure to join ##incredibleroms on irc.freenode.net.
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