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  Reply # 934927 16-Nov-2013 15:10 Send private message quote this post

JCNZ:
wackiestphreak: Android 4.3 and HTC 5.5 just became available for my phone on Telecom


Not sure if you've been affected by the purple/pink camera tinting issues, but if so, has the update fixed the issue for you? Or more generally, does anyone know whether this update has fixed the camera problems?


From what I can tell the firmware update only slightly fix the issue. A lot of users on the Xda forums are reporting sending their phones back to HTC and having the camera replaced.




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  Reply # 934937 16-Nov-2013 15:48 Send private message quote this post

Wade: HTC USA have tweeted that they have sent kitkat for GPe to Google for OTA update.... Not long to wait now!!!
 

Let's do this!

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  Reply # 936435 18-Nov-2013 09:18 Send private message quote this post

JCNZ:
wackiestphreak: Android 4.3 and HTC 5.5 just became available for my phone on Telecom


Not sure if you've been affected by the purple/pink camera tinting issues, but if so, has the update fixed the issue for you? Or more generally, does anyone know whether this update has fixed the camera problems?


Images still have the pink/purple tinge to them unfortunately.

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  Reply # 936438 18-Nov-2013 09:20 Send private message quote this post

wackiestphreak:
JCNZ:
wackiestphreak: Android 4.3 and HTC 5.5 just became available for my phone on Telecom


Not sure if you've been affected by the purple/pink camera tinting issues, but if so, has the update fixed the issue for you? Or more generally, does anyone know whether this update has fixed the camera problems?


Images still have the pink/purple tinge to them unfortunately.


...And you're certain this was the update to 4.3/Sense 5.5?


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  Reply # 936443 18-Nov-2013 09:30 Send private message quote this post

markl:
wackiestphreak:
JCNZ:
wackiestphreak: Android 4.3 and HTC 5.5 just became available for my phone on Telecom


Not sure if you've been affected by the purple/pink camera tinting issues, but if so, has the update fixed the issue for you? Or more generally, does anyone know whether this update has fixed the camera problems?


Images still have the pink/purple tinge to them unfortunately.


...And you're certain this was the update to 4.3/Sense 5.5?



I am

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  Reply # 936445 18-Nov-2013 09:32 Send private message quote this post

wackiestphreak:
markl:
wackiestphreak:
JCNZ:
wackiestphreak: Android 4.3 and HTC 5.5 just became available for my phone on Telecom


Not sure if you've been affected by the purple/pink camera tinting issues, but if so, has the update fixed the issue for you? Or more generally, does anyone know whether this update has fixed the camera problems?


Images still have the pink/purple tinge to them unfortunately.


...And you're certain this was the update to 4.3/Sense 5.5?



I am


Cool, so I wonder how long til Vodafone handsets will get it...

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  Reply # 936650 18-Nov-2013 14:31 Send private message quote this post

markl:
wackiestphreak:
markl:
wackiestphreak:
JCNZ:
wackiestphreak: Android 4.3 and HTC 5.5 just became available for my phone on Telecom


Not sure if you've been affected by the purple/pink camera tinting issues, but if so, has the update fixed the issue for you? Or more generally, does anyone know whether this update has fixed the camera problems?


Images still have the pink/purple tinge to them unfortunately.


...And you're certain this was the update to 4.3/Sense 5.5?



I am


Cool, so I wonder how long til Vodafone handsets will get it...


Not sure there, Telecom users are the same boat though - apparently it is only because I bought my phone from overseas that I received the update.

bmt

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  Reply # 937182 19-Nov-2013 10:02 Send private message quote this post

Just checked for a software update, nothing available.. Still on 4.2.2 with 5.0 Sense. Bought from a Telecom store and even using a Telecom 4G sim, not that that matters..

:/

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  Reply # 937343 19-Nov-2013 15:08 Send private message quote this post

bradstewart:
waikariboy: Anyone here keen to create a backup of there telecom stock rom and share it out?


http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=97&topicid=114440&page_no=143#878958


Thank you my amazing friend.

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  Reply # 937345 19-Nov-2013 15:09 Send private message quote this post

Question about the remote, does anyone use it or got it working for NZ. Would like to turn my TV on and Off with it.

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  Reply # 937381 19-Nov-2013 15:51 Send private message quote this post

waikariboy: Question about the remote, does anyone use it or got it working for NZ. Would like to turn my TV on and Off with it.


Yeah it's pretty easy to set up to use with your TV 




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  Reply # 937414 19-Nov-2013 16:31 Send private message quote this post

lokhor:
waikariboy: Question about the remote, does anyone use it or got it working for NZ. Would like to turn my TV on and Off with it.


Yeah it's pretty easy to set up to use with your TV 
is there an app you use.  I have a vodafone bought One and it has TV on it.  When I try to set it up it doesnt give NZ as an option. Closest is Aussie and it sets up Aussie Freeview.  Doesnt give an option anywhere to set my tv up




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  Reply # 937425 19-Nov-2013 16:57 Send private message quote this post

Smart IR Remote for Samsung/HTC from the play store will solve all IR issues

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  Reply # 937432 19-Nov-2013 17:12 Send private message quote this post

The stock HTC app works fine, you just select any Australian location then proceed through. Then set up the IR for whatever you want to use it with. The location part is just for the guide which isn't available in NZ so you can just remove all the channels and just use the remote part of the app. I use mine all the time with no issues, the localisation part throws a lot of people off.

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  Reply # 937442 19-Nov-2013 17:22 Send private message quote this post

jamesjc25: The stock HTC app works fine, you just select any Australian location then proceed through. Then set up the IR for whatever you want to use it with. The location part is just for the guide which isn't available in NZ so you can just remove all the channels and just use the remote part of the app. I use mine all the time with no issues, the localisation part throws a lot of people off.


NZ is finally an option in 4.3 with Sense 5.5.




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