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There are different approaches to achieve that goal: using a "Cam Server" app on the Android device, and have it uploading pages to a web server same, but streaming same, with integrated web server (so no separate upload) having a fully integrated and programmable solution For all four approaches you'll find matching apps. For the latter, I think e.g. of ...


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Yes, websites can use the WebRTC extension to access the phone's camera, with the user's permission. Not all browsers support this extension, but Chrome for Android does.


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There is a known issue at Android 4.4.1 KitKat with the camera. Try another camera-app instead and see if it's an Android Problem. When the other App is working, i recommend to upgrade to 4.4.3 with the fix for this.


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All Android Apps on the Google Play Store have a list of Permissions they use which includes the use of the camera. It is tedious to look through the permissions of each app manually from the Play Store. Instead try using an app that lists the app permissions and list apps using the Camera/Microphone permissions. Eg. Permissions Observatory (I have no ...


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Just installed Picscribe. This allows you to add comments to exif data. Can't tell you if its a keeper app, as I have yet to abuse its power...! ;-)


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To my best knowledge, I have not seen such option in HTC One that you can use. Now, if you are asking if TECHNICALLY that would be possible, I really doubt it to achieve 180 fps. Though some serious(?) hacks can increase the fps, but I believe there is a physical ccd sensor limitation in place. Otherwise, DSLR camera owners would have been able to turn ...


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A lot of devices are limited by the camera sensor used, even if the device is powerful enough, you may not be able to record at 180fps because the camera module cannot process data fast enough. The HTC One(M7) camera is limited to 96fps at best. The best on a mobile camera is at 120fps right now.


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All that depends on your device, which must support this as well. Android itself does support this since 3.1-honeycomb – and I e.g. successfully use an external keyboard with my tablets, which is just plugged into the USB port. The keyword to look for is usb-on-the-go. We already have more than 60 posts on this topic, which you might wish to check (or start ...


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That's just the new Google Camera app. You can uninstall the update and use the stock version instead if that bothers you.


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I use FolderMount (needs root) as a workaround to this issue. I create a link of the folder where the camera images are stored to a different folder in the external SD card. Today some apps store big files over the internal SD card (e.g. games, podcasts, offline RSS content, pictures, videos, offline navigation software). Typically users have a small ...


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I do not believe there is a way to do this as stock, since the photos taken are stored temporarily and are deleted as soon as post-processing is complete. If you want to develop your own solution to this by creating a 'hook' for the opensource app "Focal" which has the same features as the stock camera. (Focal: ...


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Not exactly a solution, but this seems to be part of the problem: Launch Camera directly from lock screen Time is often of the essence when trying to capture the perfect picture. The Galaxy S5 lets you bypass the lock screen to snap a picture. Simply swipe the camera icon up (in the lower right hand corner) and you’ll launch directly into the ...



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