Blur Camera for GummyJar

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  1. Dustin.
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    Okay guys! For those of you who want the Blur Camera, I went ahead and slapped together this .zip file that you need to install via Clockwork Mod!

    D2 Blue Camera
    Download^

    1. Download above, and place on the Root of your SD Card.
    2. Open D2 Bootstrapper
    3. Bootstrap Recovery
    4. Reboot Recovery
    5. Mount System
    6. Choose .zip from SD
    7. D2_Camera.zip
    8. Install
    9. Reboot

    Make sure you go into your system/apps folder and change your original Camera.apk to Camera.bak unless you wanna keep both cameras! :p
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    thanks, this was one by reason why I wasn't moving to this ROM
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    Glad I could help! :)

    If you want more add-ons just post here and I'll see what I can do!
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    ...just out of curiosity, is there something themed Blue in this camera or is that an over-reactive autocorrect / spell-check for "Blur"?
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    Yeah it's acting wierd for me.

    When I press the camera button I get a very quick "oops" message and the original camera comes up....when I press Back, the Blur camera comes up.
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    It works perfectly for me. Thanks!
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    What about the Blur gallery....Camera Roll? I loved that!
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    Oops, lol yeah it's suppose to be Blur!

    As for people having problems, download Root Explorer or some type of file explorer that lets you go into system/app and rename system files.

    Just rename Camera.apk to Camera.bak and just keep your Blur Camera! :D
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    Is there any chance that you can add the universal inbox that was on blur into this?

    Sent from my DROID2 using DroidForums App
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    What is the difference between the Blur Camera and the Camera?
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    The features and edits you can do to the picture are on Blur. AOSP is just a camera with flash and few other things you can edit. I personally don't care what the camera can do as long as it can take pictures :p but quite a few people requested Blur Camera so I uploaded it.
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    Gotcha... Thanks! Just wondering what the key differences were
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    There is another zip file posted in the original gummyjar thread either here or at xda that includes the gallery... I believe it was labeled as Dx camera from fission
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    Yeah, this camera had been pulled from the D2 for the D2..

    If you were to apply the DX camera it wouldn't work because the camera would try to start in 8MP. So it would have to be specific.
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    In addition to what the other guy said, the blur camera let's you move the focus point around to (semi-)manual focus.

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    That too!! :p
    Let me know if you guys have any issues or want more add-ons and ill see what I can do!

    Sent from my DROID X.
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    When I am using ASTRO and I try to rename the camera.apk file, it tells me I have insufficient permissions, and will not let me rename the file.
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    The BlurCamera.apk also takes full pictures in landscape mode as the AOSP one only takes the picture in the frame that it shows in the app.


    And for you zzeiders try this,
    open up your terminal emultor and type in:

    - su
    - mount -o rw,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system
    - cp /system/app/Camera.apk /sdcard/Camera.apk
    - rm /system/app/Camera.apk
    - exit

    If you need to for any reason get the AOSP camera back then you would type in these commands later:

    - su
    - mount -o rw,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system
    - cp /sdcard/Camera.apk /system/app/Camera.apk
    - rm /system/app/BlurCamera.apk (removes BlurCamera)
    - exit
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    i am getting "rm failed for /system/app/camera.apk, Read-only file system"
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    The, 'mount -o rw,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system'
    command line mounts the system rw, make sure your following the command perfectly.