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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Menddles, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. Menddles

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    I use snycmypic but I don't like it very much. The thumbnails look fine but if someone calls or I go into People then the picture is stretched and ugly.

    Which do you use? Or do you know of a better one?
     

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    Haxsync. It's OK but some of my contact pics, which were once hi res and perfect, have been replaced with their grainer original pics. I'm not sure why.

    It is MUCH better than syncmypics.

    I've considered trying Friendcaster
     
  3. Menddles

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    Friendcaster looks like a Facebook app replacement. I read the description and it doesn't say that it replaces the contact pictures. I'll give Haxsync a try.
     
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    After looking around I found out that any sync app will take a 50x50 pixel picture from facebook and when upscaled it will always be fuzzy. It has something to do with facebook rather than the apps.
     
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    Friendster works well for having pictures of your contacts in your SMS app, but if you look them up in your contacts they are all blown up and grainy.
     
  6. Menddles

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    Any contact pic app will do this. I think it's because Facebook is only giving access to the thumbnail rather than the actual picture.
     
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