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Have you implemented the camera yourself? Its generally a better idea to use the take photo intent and let other people worry about all the quirks of different manufacturers reimaginations of the camera API.
Hi, In my expense tracking application (ExpenseClam) I have implemented a camera activity to allow photographing receipts. Generally the code works well, with analytics reporting over 5000 photos taken successfully. Unfortunately there are a small number of phone models out there for which the camera service crashes with my app, causing some (understandably) negative reviews in the market. I don't have access to any of these phones, so my options for debugging are limited. The ones I've seen crashes for are mainly HTC US phones: HTC myTouch 4G (Glacier), HTC EVO 3D (shooter), HTC 4G (supersonic) and recently the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (mysid - a model not listed in the market device list). So this is my plea for help: Has anyone else using the camera APIs seen similar issues? Does anyone have access to one of these phone and would be willing to help me by running some test code? For now I've manually excluded the Evo 3D from the compatible devices list in the market to try and reduce user frustration. Thanks, Colin.
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