Where's our 720P


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  1. Mostly Harmless

    Mostly Harmless Well-Known Member Contributor This Topic's Starter

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    I see that the DINC guys are getting an update to enable 720P recording. Considering we have similar hardware how come we didn't get an official update for 720P?
     

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  2. uoY_redruM

    uoY_redruM Well-Known Member

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    Cyn's new mod (well kind of new) has it enabled.

    I refuse to root mine, for now at least, so it'd be nice for Google to get this on our Nexus....
     
  3. rlb4

    rlb4 Well-Known Member

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    The root(720p) and stock video rates are only 20fps. Would be nice to get 720p at 30fps without root.
     
  4. BiGMERF

    BiGMERF Well-Known Member

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    that would def be nice

    sent from a Cuban prison camp
     
  5. techdaring

    techdaring Well-Known Member

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    It's mean we must to rooted our phone ?
     
  6. CirkDroid

    CirkDroid Well-Known Member

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    Rooting is easy, and not harmful to your phone. I've rooted, installed a custom bootloader, experienced the displeasure of not liking a certain build, tried some others, and have even reverted back to stock firmware. (still unlocked now of course, but back to the stock recovery image and stock firmware)

    Why am I saying this? You shouldn't have any fear of doing it. There's a reason why you bought this phone, and it's openness to doing this sort of thing is very likely one of them.
     
  7. grainysand

    grainysand Well-Known Member

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    Plus, now there's a way to root without unlocking the bootloader and therefore without voiding your warranty. Win-win!
     
  8. Mr Patchy Patch

    Mr Patchy Patch Well-Known Member

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    I couldn't agree with you more! I feel the only thing im missing is 720p and 30fps with my Nexus. If Google could somehow give us an update to enable that I swear I would probably never switch my phone for anything else as I am like married to my Nexus.
    Please Google, drop that bombshell and release an update for that feature and the Nexus will be untouchable (imo anyways)
     
  9. Mr Patchy Patch

    Mr Patchy Patch Well-Known Member

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    You know, im actually not scared of doing many things...ill try most things once and twice if I like it lol. But when it comes to a phone that I dished out over $600 for that I absolutly love, Im a chicken when it comes to rooting. Id let someone do it for me, but I dont think there is a way in hell ill actually take the leap and try it myself. The last thing I need is to brick my Nexus...and lemme tell ya, thats just my luck.
     
  10. Viralmind

    Viralmind Well-Known Member

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  11. grainysand

    grainysand Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, that's the one.

    I don't get this fear of rooting. It's a simple process, and bricking an N1 is pretty difficult.
     
  12. Viralmind

    Viralmind Well-Known Member

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    hopefully when i get my phone back from HTC they will have relocked it and i can unlock it that way.
     

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