Widget to remove photo / video in one click. In case you need that quick or memorializing. There is no need to wait until the standard camera opens! You can shoot your desktop.
I currently have a Galaxy S3 and am considering picking up the G3.
While playing around with the G3 in the store the other day, I was trying to find a way to use the LED as a flashlight. On my S3, I can add a widget to any home screen which will turn the camera LED on and off.
I am using a Widget Locker Lock screen and don't understand how to change their sliders. One slider is to unlock the phone. The second slider is to change the volume. I would like to remove the volume slider and replace with a dialer slider. Is this possible? Secondly, if I tug on the edge of the lock slider, it opens a window of "bezel apps".
WhatsApp have introduced a widget on the latest version which allows you to take a video or picture without opening WhatsApp first, and when you take a picture with it then click on the tick it will then open WhatsApp and from there you can select who you wish to send the picture to.
My post here is about once you take the picture and after you have sent it.
In the Android L Preview, Google released the Camera2 API.
Does this mean in L, any phone with a 5MP camera would be able to shoot 2K video and any 13MP camera would be able to shoot 4K video, and is there any reason why Google may not choose to include this in the Google Camera for Android L later this year - ie would shooting in a higher resolution be a compromise?
The camera on the Nexus 5 has stopped working. Coming from a reboot, I can open the camera app, see the camera is working, but as soon as I click to take a picture (or video), the app crashes (tried native and Play Store camera apps), which I then have to force close, then when I reopen the camera I get the error "Can't connect to camera".
How can I start my app's activity exactly when the user slide to the widget that my app provides?
I'll make my self clear:
My app provides a widget to the lockscreen (keyguard),
After the first time that the user manually add the widget to the lockscreen,
I want that when he swipe to it, my app's activity will start.
I'd succeeded to implement it while the user is clicking on a button on the widge
When playing back a video taken with the stock camera app of Ganbarou 4.4 (built on CM) on a galaxy tab 10.1 (v1), it somehow shows the scene which should not have been filmed just below the video frame as a ghost image over the top third of the video.
This is not the case with other camera apps, e.g. not with "a better camera".