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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-09, 7:28 AM

@the_truth

I didn't figure if I downloaded everything from the market and didn't download any weird programs that I'd get anything.  I figured it'd be like iOS and be pretty safe.  I use Zedge for my backgrounds and some ringers and my virus protection was AVG.

I do agree that this adding bloatware and having company's keep there fingers in are stuff without out our consent is an invasion into our lives.  Now if what they are looking at is just of performance or of importance then I can see it. Otherwise I would like to see a question and legal information of why it is happening.

As for the uninstalling of bloatware and issues I have had none and I don't see how this voids warrenty.  My laptop is built to have no junk on it (Alienware) and its under warrenty. The only apps I have left from USC is My Contact Back up and Navitgation.

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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-13, 14:34 PM

@edslerson

Welcome to the Motorola Owners Forum.

Please follow this link for your camera/video issue.

https://supportforums.motorola.com/thread/63689?tstart=0

Can your check your Android Version at Setting > About phone > Android version  2.?.? and post what you see, thanks.

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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-13, 15:58 PM

2.3.5

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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-13, 21:54 PM

Whats system version?

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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-14, 5:57 AM

45.1.190.MB853.USC.en.us

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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-14, 13:42 PM

@edslerson

Have you installed any camera, video, or movie player type Apps?

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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-14, 17:21 PM

That is the newest software idk weird that it doesn't show it.

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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-14, 19:42 PM

Might be a blessing anyway.  I recorded 5 secs of 1080p video and tried to send and even through my corporate email account, it was too large a file to send.  At 720p I am able to record 10 secs and email it without incident.

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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-14, 20:10 PM

Nope, I havent downloaded any camera video or movie apps unless you count netflix and a flashlight app

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Re: Electrify: upcoming 2.3.5 update

2011-12-14, 20:11 PM

Even though it is h264 the compression is very lossy for its size - and the bitrate is high since it's not able to do the higher quality, space saving compression you typically find in torrented movies in real time. The cpus in these phones are about equal to a Pentium 3/Intel Atom.

You would have to transcode it again using h264/x264 on a PC, and you'll take a large quality hit in doing so. and even then it would still be roughly 200mb for 25 minutes - too large for email either way!

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