I have seen other out there that are having problems with Androids 3D Gallery with it not loading albums or images etc. and there is a lot of conjecture to how to fix the problem with workarounds like removing the ‘com.cooliris.media‘ directory in ‘/sdcard/Android/data‘ or moving all your images in ‘/sdcard/DCIM/Camera‘ to ‘/sdcard/DCIM‘ or rebooting the phone.
Well I got pissed with doing this when 3D Gallery decides to be a pita so I just installed QuickPic and have not looked back, QuickPic is lightweight and faster IMHO than 3G Gallery.
I am sitting on 50% battery usage @ 1 day 8 hours on battery, with above apps etc running and making odd phone calls/sms’s, updates, Facebook, IRC, etc etc.
The only thing I did to prep the battery was fully charge the phone to 100% and rebooted into recovery while still connected to the charger and wiped the battery stats and rebooted the phone and disconnected it from the charger.
Changes in the Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread source will allow applications to take screenshots without rooting your phone.
By what I can tell by the screenshots it like like it just a MS Windows only app at the moment and us Linux and Mac users will have to settle for using the SDK or rooting our phones and using apps like ShootMe (Screen Grabber) or PicMe (Screen Grabber)
I did this on my HTC Desire running OxygeN 2.0 RC7 ROM, and requires you have a root access to the ROM, and have a knowledge of adb from Android SDK install. As this just a quick how to I am not going to go into how to connect your phone etc, I sure you can Google that info.
Before we start remember to do a NAND backup
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