Update to TILT review
Ok, I did more testing this weekend and have found the following relating to the TILT by at&t.
1. I thought the camera was pretty bad, but found that if you give the room proper lighting, it actually works well and takes ok pictures for a phone. Same goes for video, the video was choppy and really bad with the frame rates, until I discovered that if I had good lighting in the room I was recording in, the video also looked pretty good.
2. The HTC Home plugin was causing my phone to switch to vibrate on its own at what I thought was a random schedule, however it turns out that any time I had a calendar items that marked me as busy, it would set the device to vibrate even if the “auto” setting wasn’t being used. This was very annoying, and I was able to find a different build of the HTC home plugin in the xda developers forums to get rid of this issue. Only now the plugin seems a little hesitant to start up after a reboot, I have to go into my today settings and tap ok again to make the plugin appear. Minor complaint, since the vibrate issue is fixed.
3. I highly recommend the Kaiser Tweak app from xda, it quickly lets you apply many tweaks to the phone.
4. The HHC Home plugin customizer is a must! It makes configuring the home plugin much easier and quickly helps you customise your icons and other options.
Posted on October 27, 2007, in General, Products I use, Professional/Tech and tagged at&t, busy, camera, help, HTC, man, phone, plugin, review, sing, tilt, time, video, weekend. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Update to TILT review.