HTC HD2 Camera HOTFIX released


That’s right folks HTC has finally released the much needed Camera HOTFIX for the HTC HD2. The thumbnails bug has also been fixed. I’ve posted some before & after shots.

This update for HTC HD2 delivers clear digital picture quality like never before. Living up to the name of “HD” this phone and its twin LED flash will take beautiful pictures for you to cherish your memories. Displayed in brilliant vibrant colors on its 4.3 inch screen, HTC HD2 camera will delight you.

Installation Instructions:

Note: This update is only applicable to ROM version is equal to 1.60.XXX.X, or lower.

Follow the instructions below to download and install the update on your device:

Make sure you have Microsoft ActiveSync® installed on your Windows XP PC or Windows Mobile Device Center on your Windows Vista® PC. You can find Microsoft ActiveSync from this link or Windows Mobile Device Center from this link.
Connect and synchronize your device with your PC via Microsoft ActiveSync® or Windows Mobile Device Center using the USB cable.
To download this update select the update below and the location closest to you then click Download.
Copy the update, which is an .exe file, to your device. To install the update, tap the .exe file and follow the on-screen instructions.
Note: If you perform a device hard reset, you will need to reinstall the update after the hard reset.

Grab it here

UPDATE: Unfortunately the HOTFIX doesn’t “fix” the issue when capturing videos with the device, only the pictures…Come on HTC, you can do better than this!

  • Tom

    The problem is only half corrected by HTC. It remains a noticeable pink spot.
    Hope HTC is doing better than this.

  • Tom

    The problem is only half corrected by HTC. It remains a noticeable pink spot.
    Hope HTC is doing better than this.

  • admin

    Yes, hopefully HTC will keep working on this.

  • admin

    Yes, hopefully HTC will keep working on this.

  • Aam Aadmi

    I am certain its a hardware issue. HTC did admit at frist it was a hardware issue and then retracted on their words because they knew it will create huge problem from a selling point of view. Such an expensive phone with such a big flaw. Plus if they are only able to make it just a little better (from the pics above) through software update, thats no good.

  • Aam Aadmi

    I am certain its a hardware issue. HTC did admit at frist it was a hardware issue and then retracted on their words because they knew it will create huge problem from a selling point of view. Such an expensive phone with such a big flaw. Plus if they are only able to make it just a little better (from the pics above) through software update, thats no good.