12-09-2011 12:59 PM - last edited on 02-21-2012 08:08 PM by Mark_Lenovo
No longer participating. Sorry folks. If you want to know why, send a message to Mark_Lenovo
Edit - because you decided to leave. Announced your intentions to edit / redact your posts, and that your account be banned.
12-11-2011 08:37 AM
12-11-2011 08:43 AM - edited 12-11-2011 08:52 AM
A1 complies with Skype's requirements as stated here:
Plus, video on the A1 demonstrably works with other Android apps including the Camera app with the rear-facing camera and Google Talk for video calls using both the front and the rear facing cameras.
So, the requirements have been met and the cameras are known to work with the currently deployed version of Android and a variety of apps. When the Skype app starts video for the first time, it even states that it may not work with cameras that they themselves have not verified. So, how is this not Skype's problem? It sounds like they have a verification and patch process to go through.
12-11-2011 08:54 AM
12-11-2011 09:45 AM
Sorry... this isn't even unique to Lenovo. Verizon is in the same trap. They supply Skype on their devices, yet look at the comments about the Droid X here: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.skype.android.verizon
12-11-2011 10:10 AM
12-11-2011 11:39 AM - edited 12-11-2011 11:40 AM
More like, your car dealer told you satellite radio would work in your car, but the satellite provider hasn't enabled the model satellite receiver in the car yet.
You can continue to post... the last word is yours, if you like, but I'm done arguing the point.
If you would like to direct your energies where they would do more good, I've started a thread in the Skype support forum: