Droid’s Camera Issues Resolved! (For Now)
Nope. Google’s Dan Morrill explained that the camera issues have been pinned down to a date-related bug:
There’s a rounding-error bug in the camera driver’s autofocus routine (which uses a timestamp) that causes autofocus to behave poorly on a 24.5-day cycle. That is, it’ll work for 24.5 days, then have poor performance for 24.5 days, then work again.
The 17th is the start of a new “works correctly” cycle, so the devices will be fine for a while. A permanent fix is in the works.
So, Droid owners, enjoy your cameras while you can, and hopefully you’ll see the issue permanently resolved soon.
You might also like
U.S. Cellular announced on Tuesday that the waterproof and shock-proof Kyocera Hydro XTRM will soon join its smartphone roster. the 4G LTE handset runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and features
A while ago, you may remember rumours surfacing of an all new YouTube subscription service that would turn the video site into a more music focused orientation, allowing for offline
As we near 2010, it’s time to do the obligatory recaps and forecasts from analysts.Â Kaspersky Lab,Â the world’s largest privately-held Internet Security company, have put together six predictions in