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Old 24-08-2010
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HTC Evo reboot while shooting video

I have HTC Evo.It is impossible not to appreciate this phone already for its aesthetics but also for the technical functions simply masterful . At the same time , could we expect a poor performance from the manufacturer HTC ? When i shoot a video from camera, HTC Evo reboot. Please help. Thanks in advance.
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Re: HTC Evo reboot while shooting video

Turn on your lights , put the object in the center of the work plan and make adjustments to your camera shooting for best picture by the means you have: white balance, exposure, focus, etc. ... Be sure to adjust your approach so as to have the best visibility. Important note on which we draw your attention : having the choice of a video format 16 / 9 , we recommend you set your camera to shoot this setting if it allows. You can start to turn.
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Re: HTC Evo reboot while shooting video

I also bought HTC mobile. The strengths is Menu very beautiful, very comfortable internet surfing with touch screen , windows mobile full practice to install the application , design of the phone , screen quality , gps faster . Weaknesses - Autonomy , sync only with Outlook, using the phone in two hands with the stylus required due to the small screen except for basic operations, seems very, very fragile ! mail function very present in the main menu is very frustrating when you do not push mail function , no jack.
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Re: HTC Evo reboot while shooting video

Have you tried , when he is on base and spotted with ActiveSync , support for 5-10 seconds on / off button to see if there might be a pb with the standby ( but a hard reset should have solved the pb). At the beginning ( almost a year now I think ), I had some as a bug on startup that was not done but the software because bp was probably even pretended off, one or more soft resets to restart finally allowed and I have had this since the upgrade to bp latest firmware.
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Re: HTC Evo reboot while shooting video

I had no longer the problem since, and I think it was related to software that is planted in synchronization with a database on the PC . So there is no problem hard. Were you, I would try to remove and replace the battery, and if it does not work , make successive reset by long pressing the reset button . I remember that I had managed to restart like that .
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Re: HTC Evo reboot while shooting video

You had a problem slowing down or reset loop problem. I think I'll end up doing a hard reset ( it deletes all files normally ?). I hesitate and possibly also to a flash ROM, although I 'm not sure about the interest I've seen a rom basic French is not linked to an operator. I finally found a good one and all without hard reset, the problem was an improperly colored taskbar, I am looking for mobile camera always works well.
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