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Tips Picture Quality of The EVO4g question

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jsince80, Nov 5, 2010.

  1. jsince80

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    Just one question I took my first few photos with the Evo 4g and it looked great on my phone but once I sent them to my computer using the share function the image was distorted. Is there a fix or something i should do to make sure that doesnt happen, because an 8mp camera should be a lot clearer then that!
     

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  2. odawg2104

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    take the camera off wide screen:)
     
  3. jarablue

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    Supposedly the 2.3 gingerbread update is going to "make the camera better". Guess we'll see.
     
  4. ExSaint

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    When does 2.3 take place?
     
  5. jarablue

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    I think before the end of this year...but only google knows for sure. And they have always been tight lipped about this stuff.
     
  6. sitlet

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    I always have perfect pictures, I dont know why you arent. Could you post one of the pictures here so we can see?
     
  7. Rigmaster

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    Photos sent via the Sprint network are compressed. If you share via wifi, there shouldn't be the same issue.
     
  8. jsince80

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    Yeah I think my problem was i was sending them from my phone on 3g to my e-mail and saving them to my comp from there and they were compressed. Once I tryed to enlarge then i lost pic quality
     
  9. melissai_

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    yeah if you shrink them, and then try to enlarge them after they've been shrunk, the pixels will become distorted and blurry....i.e. shittttttty pics
     
  10. jsince80

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    Figured it out with the help of you fine folks thanks a lot
     
  11. amarsidhu

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    huh... this was good question...
     
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