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88-SPEED-88 18-03-2011 07:14 PM

i8910 problem with the photos ...please help me
 
Hi .. I apologize in advance for my English but made through Google translate ... I would like to ask whether it is possible to fix my phone ... problem is that when you shoot something, so the automatic photo view is a beautiful island with excellent quality, but when you have already seen in the gallery, or computer, so it seems "murky" evil sharpness, poor quality, "fuzzy" ... I tried to change all the settings set, or already provides service, in general, or in HXpatcher, but without success and the "problem" persists ... I also bite 'XYZ' s firmware, hard reset, soft reset and still nothing. .. and slide for camera itself popis are Brilliant and clean it so that I did not do all this before, but the firmware that was in Him (HX-V11-7) began to skylark, so I have to flash it again and then started to do this, the fonts com ... Thank you for your answer, or any advice / help

rleader 16-05-2012 10:21 AM

mmm...
 
Hi - this seems like a lost attempt at a reply, still, why not? First time logging in for a while, given I have turned to Android... where I duck permissions, but at least everything works and does not crash - the main thing I really miss from the i8910 was its great set of speakers... I might even be tempted to pick up an old one again to add to the collection (joke).

For you problem, my best guess is not that helpful - if images are coming out fuzzy, the only thing I can think of (which I expect you have already) is that... are you sure you are shooting in 8MP mode? If you shoot in too low a resolution, they will appear great on the i8910 screen (as it is, in effect, this is 640x360 pixels = 230,400 pixels = 0.2304 MP, as compared to 8 MP for the digital camera).

Other than this really simple thing, I would say after all that you have done, you have a bad handset and need to repair/exchange/buy...

Good luck!

SDK 13-12-2012 06:54 AM

I think it is, what he said is reasonable


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