Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by RoboMonkey, Jul 10, 2010.
I have like no one to even call.
My wife won't touch the EVO its too big.
My GF uses it to check her make-up...
Heh ... sound a lot like me. I really have no need for it. It is just a gimmick to me. I can see where people would use it but being that I do not have many people that would want to video call. Also, I am just to lazy to have to hold the camera in a set position to keep my face visible in the frame.
I have used it to take a few self pics but other than that I have not needed it.
Still, many people must be using to bring down Fring's support of Skype.
I rarely want to talk to people, let alone see them. I still haven't even used the front cam. Love my evo though!
Nope...never use it. I played around with it. My husband, brother & dad all have EVO's and tried it out, but haven't used it since.
i dont even know how to turn the front cam on lol! yes lame!
Thats what she said!!!!!
I dont use mine also but its nice to know its there if i do need it.
I use it for skyping and as a mirror.
It's good for people who take a lot of "self" Myspace-like shots... lol. But it is good when you are with someone and you want to take a picture of yourselves. That's a great feature to have at that time.
Time to get a girlfriend!
Ditto, and like the other guy said I barely want to talk to anyone let alone see them. And I really don't want to fiddle with a camera and speaker phone to make a call.
Just text me please
How does the ff camera work? I can't figure out how to do it. I even asked Sprint a few days ago, and the CSR told me it had only one camera.
There is a switch in the Camera/Camcorder settings to switch to Front facing camera (secondary) to use it.
There is also an app called Mirror 4 EVO that has a stand alone icon to access the Secondary camera without having to switch the setting in the stock camera app. It has limited setting and only uses the setting last used with the camera. It also does not have camcorder functionality. Pictures only at the moment.