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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Syrax, Oct 24, 2008.

  1. Syrax

    Syrax Well-Known Member
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    Sorry if this has been asked already but I could not find an answer after searching.

    Is there any way that the size of the picture you are capturing can be changed? They seem to be huge and I don't want to overload the mailboxes of my friends' mobile phones.
     

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    Unfortunately there isn't many options for the camera just yet. But it may be coming in the near future. Keep an eye out :cool:
     
  3. Rob

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    Yeah... this really bothers me. It appears they included NO camera functionality out of the box, I guess hoping to illustrate how the 3rd party could build these things through open source development.

    We will undoubtedly see some camera apps pop up... I just wish they would have included SOMETHING - even if minimal - upon launch.
     
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    Rob I totally agree. I thought I was going crazy when I didn't see options for it. I didn't realize how big the pictures were until my friend mentioned it. I hope that there is a developer working on one to be released shortly. I love the whole Open OS, but some simple functions such as this could have been filled in my Google themselves.
     
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