1. soldierblue's Avatar
    Update 6/14/10: Got a call from Dan Hesse's Office (CEO). Here's what happened:

    1. Sprint has reached out to HTC about this issue. They acknowledge the problem and said they are working on a Firmware update that will address this. However, they could not give us an exact time frame.

    2. The engineer at HTC encouraged us to go to HTC support and send emails to them about this issue so it gets more attention internally, and hopefully speed things up.

    Also, I asked her to relay a message to Dan Hesse, Saying that this might not seem like a big deal at first, but it is in fact a huge one. Customers, especially those coming from an iPhone, expect their phones to "just work", and even if they don't notice it at first, that 30fps cap will get them frustrated at some point, and they will erroneously attribute it to developer, the phone or Sprint, hurting everyone in the process.

    She also said Sprint wants this resolved, but they are pretty much at HTC's mercy right now.
    Just passing this along from the thread over at xda-developers, thought you guys might be interested.
    marko358 likes this.
    06-15-2010 02:17 AM
  2. pingpongboss's Avatar
    Just passing this along from the thread over at xda-developers, thought you guys might be interested.
    whao whao whao nice. Firmware upgrade is being worked on.
    06-15-2010 02:49 AM
  3. Raf's Avatar
    yes...this is bad. The shutter speed on this thing is like it's 1/8 or something. A fix would be heavily appreciated.
    06-15-2010 09:36 AM
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