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N9Apps: Front Camera and Front Camera N9

| June 23, 2012 | 56 Replies

There are many of us waiting for this application to come as the front camera to most of us is totally unused even not tested once till now.


Application Name: Front Camera
Developer Name: Vesuri


Description:


Vesuri a meego developer has created an application for Nokia N9 to use front camera and take snaps from it, though it only takes snaps doesn’t offer you to do video recording though it’s free and will certainly reduce your frustration if you really needed to use the front camera of Nokia N9.

Store link:


http://store.ovi.com/content/278543

Source:


http://my-meego.com/index.php?p=8062&c=30

Wait…….there is another one for you:

Application name: front camera n9
Developer name: Michael Nosov

Description:


There is both good and bad things about this application let’s talk about the good first:
This application offers you some more quality than the above application by vesuri but the this offers you to record video with the front camera on your Nokia N9. It’s very easy to toggle the snap and recording mode.
The bad thing about this application is that it’s paid (it’s saying Rs.5 here in Nokia store India), in other countries it is definitely more than Rs.5 as for India Nokia store apps were slayed upto 1/10th of the orignal price.
Enjoy some screenshots of this application also:

Store link:


http://store.ovi.com/content/292002

Source:


http://my-meego.com/software/applications.php?name=Front_Camera_N9&fldAuto=1658&faq=5

Source: http://my-meego.com

Regards:
Prashant

Category: Applications, MeeGo, N9Apps, Nokia, OVI, Qt

About the Author ()

An engineering student, java programmer, little hardware and software hacking, and a Nokia freak. Contact: http://facebook.com/prashantanduk , http://facebook.com/officialn9 twitter: @Techgeass feel free to contact.
  • AnnaBelleRama

    nice!

  • SLAYER

    Dear Prashant, you need to work more on your writing, especially punctuation. :)

    • prashant

      i am busy so i am not able to pay that much attention to grammar,
      will remember nxt tym.

    • Olarniu Gebero

      I think more important is what he writes. IMHO. THX for your work and time, the Nokia community appreciate it I think.

  • @AndyHagon

    Still can’t get Gtalk video chat to work, and I can’t see myself using the front cam to snap photos with such a low resolution. I complained at the beginning that the front cam was almost useless (except I have used Simple Mirror haha) but after 6 months of lovin the N9, I can’t think of one time when I wished I had front cam functionality. Great dev work though. :)

    • jrdba

      In regards to getting Gtalk video chat to work, after a successful install and reboot of the N9, go into Accounts > Google > click on the button to the left of Google Talk and hit save. From here on go to your ‘availability status’ for Google talk and make the status as ‘online’. After this is done, go into your Contacts page and click on anyone who has Google and is ‘online’ and you will be able to video chat with them. I’ve done it many times. Best of luck.

      • @AndyHagon

        @jrdba Thanks for the reply, I will try (for the 99th time) to get this to work. :)

        • atom

          EverythingN9 coming back? I hope so. Even with all the Nokia bullshit, I still love the phone and plan on keeping it for a long long time.

  • Lord US

    Another example of how the N9 was incomplete and unbalanced when it was released. It’s very hard to believe a similar application would be news if it was released for the competition. Why do they make products not fully balanced?

    Nokia is releasing one gimmick wonders. N9 had swipe and now the 808 has a large sensor. Both were supposed to be top notch but the rest of the features on those are mediocre at best.

    Lumia outsold the N9 at Q4. Let’s see what happens with the 808.

    What’s the point in rushing unbalanced products? It’s hard to sell those.

    • John

      Hey deadshit, the team’s been downsized almost 100% now since Feb 2011.
      They simply haven’t had the resources to add many of the features & (more importantly) squish many of bugs they’d have liked to.
      This feature couldn’t come from a 3rd-party apps earlier because it was waiting on some changes that came with recent updates/patches to harmattan.
      It’s already been well-established that maemo6x has far more functionality built-in in than WP7x.
      So you’ve no freaking idea what you’re talking about anyway…
      Can someone please just ban this troll already…..

      • John

        Not “FAR MORE”… but unquestionably notably more.

      • Lord US

        They didn’t have it ready before the 211. It should have been ready before that date because now it’s too late.

        Making products like the N9 and the 808 would kill any company. Unbalanced products selling only small numbers.

        • gordonH

          you still here… the nerve on a troll.

        • John

          Not really, Dec 2010 was always the best case scenario, sadly the shareholders panicked & the rest is history.
          You’re trying to link poor sales to it being a poor device, when in reality that’s a red-herring & you know it.

          The reality is it’s impossible to extrapolate how well the original strategy or an altered version (dual OS?) may have done.
          The N9 is not a product of a such a strategy, but you continually try to suggest it is.

          You actually have very little knowledge about the device but that matters little to you.
          This has constantly been revealed by respondents to your regular trolling sessions.

          Just don’t unnecessarily troll all the time, I’m sure you’re capable of it sometimes, be a little more mature for a change.

          • Lord US

            Yeah, it was too late at Dec 2010. It’s funny how Nokia continued to develop MeeGo. Never had any future.

            The compatition surpassed Nokia long before that.

            • John

              And yet you don’t outline all the technical reasons why the OS is “inferior”. Even if it is NOW*….
              Had the strategy not been dramatically shifted in Feb 11 or had there been more of a compromise of sorts.
              There’s a very good chance it’d be at parity or perhaps more feature-packed by approx. the N9′s release.

              Same far the ecosystem, close to nothing has happened over the last 17tmh to stimulate that.
              There’s no question it could’ve been looking far healthier than it is NOW.
              The app count wouldn’t be as high as WP 7x, which has been around for longer & is backed by the world’s biggest sw co.
              But it could’ve been MUCH healthier for Maemo6x/MeeGo & Belle+ by now, there’s no Qn.

              What a childish response, the arrogant nature of you posts are stunning.
              You’re so self-assured in your “all knowing”, you seem to think you’re a God who can predict the future.

              *And IMO built-in utility is definitely behind latest builds of ICS/iOS5 “overall”.
              Only slightly compared to iOS5, but quite notably compared to ICS.

              • Lord US

                The biggest mistake Nokia made was not to kill Symbian when Android started to gain some real traction.

                Everything after that was just postponing the inevitable. Too late for Symbian. Too late for MeeGo.

                • John

                  Rubbish, you would’ve wanted them to use anything but Nokia sw EVEN BACK THEN.
                  Your bizarre/irrational bias is clear for all to see in the nature of all your posts.

                  • Lord US

                    Yeah, maybe the development of Nokia’s ASP will prove me wrong?

                    2007/2008
                    Q4 83/71 (-14%)

                    2008/2009
                    Q4 71/64 (-10%)

                    2009/2010
                    Q4 186->156 (-16%)

                    2010/2011
                    Q4 156->140 (-10%)

                    Sorry. It didn’t.

                    • John

                      Derrrr dickhead my point was….

                      IF we lived in your parallel universe & Nokia dropped Symbian before Android/iOS gained traction & actually had a chance to reinvent themselves, you STILL would’ve wanted them to use sw from someone external.

                      That’s how deep-seated your irrationality is…

            • John

              And aside from that look at your freaking OP, pure flame-bait:
              http://mynokiablog.com/2012/06/23/n9apps-front-camera-and-front-camera-n9/comment-page-1/#comment-602646
              No substance whatsoever, tis designed purely to get a rise.
              Nothing actually about the topic at hand…
              For you it’s just another opportunity to spin things into your favourite narrative.
              There’s no denying it’s intent, I’m amazed the admins haven’t given you a warning yet.

              • Lord US

                Yeah, you have a problem with people having opinions.

                • John

                  Except it’s not an opinion dickhead and you know that.
                  It’s purely a flame & it’s totally off-topic…
                  At best it’s a very loose linkage to the story at-hand.
                  A opinion on the story would be a post asking about the 2 apps, what they’re like, anyone tried them yet? etc.

                  • Lord US

                    So, you want to define what is a proper opinion and what is not. How charming.

                    • John

                      Net etiquette, are you familiar with it? Clearly not..
                      When a story’s posted, the intent of the comments is to discuss the subject matter of the story.
                      Not to tie it into some “overarching narrative” that you’re trying to paint.
                      And besides that, the “opinion” you expressed was so dumb it’s not funny, as has been highlighted in subsequent responses.

                    • Lord US

                      We are so lucky to have you here. Please keep telling us what we can write about.

  • benjimola

    I have been saying this meego thing over and over again… its like Linux… to install a simple app you have to hack something. apps crash all the time or developers cannot just build a app and it works…. they must put out a shitty performance first. Joiku spot, wazzap, firefox, google talk… etc. I guess this is one reason they cant spend money they don’t have on it. I still stand behind Symbian though.

    • John

      LOL what a load of shit, clearly NO IDEA what you’re talking about.

      • benjimola

        sorry man but its true… I see how there is a prob with every release of firefox… you have to do something extra to make it work.

        • John

          Nah, you’re just clueless, everything you said had no basis in fact & was pure FUD/trolling.

          The problem with that last stable release was that it was packaged incorrectly, it was pull-down from the store & rectified in the 1st 24hrs.
          Those that were affected by the mistake, had instructions on how to fix the problem caused by it popping-up at TMO & elsewhere very quickly.

          Not a flaw with the entire OS as you so cluelessly characterise it, just a simple packaging mistake.
          But anything to debase Maemo6x is very important for you.
          You’re so insecure about yourself that you feel the need to do that constantly.

          • benjimola

            You don’t like the truth. You are one of the people who say wp don’t have app… But look at it now. And you can blame Nokia or ellop all you want but the n9 was marketed… It was so hyped but if Nokia couldn’t influence the sale of that product it means they are no longer a giant. If they sell adroid or IOS etc. They will still be rated under Samsung and others that are leading the market today.

            • John

              “You are one of the people who say wp don’t have app”

              WTF are you talking about, I have no problem with WP, I like & use it.
              I do have a problem with uniformed dead-shits like you who want to shit all over what’s left of Maemo because your tiny ePenis feels threatened.

              “And you can blame Nokia or ellop all you want but the n9 was marketed… It was so hyped but if Nokia couldn’t influence the sale of that product it means they are no longer a giant.”

              And you conveniently ignore every fucking thing that’s happened over the last 17mth.
              Please, anyone who’s still surprised it’s not sold well compared to the Lumias (which also haven’t been stellar) is a complete moron.

              • Lord US

                The problem with MeeGo was that it didn’t have anything special. Swipe was a nice experiment but nothing special. In addition to that MeeGo was lacking features.

                It was not ready to be shipped back in 2010. That was a serious feature missing. It should have been ready when Elop was hired.

                Yeah I know they merged with Moblin. That doesn’t change anything. MeeGo was not ready when Elop was hired. Everything after that was just too late.

                • John

                  ["The problem with MeeGo was that it didn’t have anything special. Swipe was a nice experiment but nothing special. In addition to that MeeGo was lacking features."]

                  It STILL has more features than WP7x, where’s the criticism there?
                  You can criticise it for being more unstable & less “fluid” but you sure as hell can’t claim it’s less capable.
                  UX is entirely subjective, there’s no way to say that WP is “better”, it’s just better for some.
                  I like them both, they both have their positive attributes & their faults, from you WP7x very rarely cops scrutiny compared to Maemo6x, I wonder why.

                  I’ve already said “yes” IME it isn’t as feature-packed as the latest builds of iOS/ICS, especially ICS.
                  And as already explained (& you know this, but it conveniently goes over your head) it’s not the primary platform (hello!), it’s team has been downsized almost 100% since Feb 2011.*
                  How the hell is it going to be even more feature-packed & far less buggy in a situation like that!?
                  Are you honestly that dumb?

                  ["It was not ready to be shipped back in 2010. That was a serious feature missing. It should have been ready when Elop was hired.
                  MeeGo was not ready when Elop was hired. Everything after that was just too late."]

                  Derr, if it was going to be ready by the time Elop was hired, then Elop wouldn’t have been hired in the 1st place.
                  The whole reason he WAS hired, was because it was looking like they couldn’t make the -ambitious- Dec. deadline.

                  • benjimola

                    meego was not a complete os… it wants to be like android and ios combined plus it wants to be like meego, which may be the swipe or maybe am wrong… well at the end it became a shit. it has more feature than wp well yes maybe but does that make it better or clunky? Meego and meltemi actually cost nokia cash without getting complete… How many platform will nokia support? and you fan boys continue to say it will be greatest os without proof… there was nothing about meltemi… if it was looking good nokia wont kill it. Meego is not complete cant be updated with speed. Symbian is old and cant catch up you still want them to work with S40 and still work in meltemi!!! confused eco-system jack of all trades master of non… google focus on android, apple Ios, Microsoft wp. what do you fanboys need? you sing how they are not making cash yet when they lay off 10000 employees you want to kill them… did it take Microsoft long to layoff when it was rough? you cant be employing when you are dying. Meego is elephant sht and nokia know that’s why they killed it. if meego want to be like android then nokia should just save money and use android. its free… But listen it not just only the OS now… its the Hardware nokia is not No.1 in those 2 grounds. htc that was so high, has been surpass by Samsung even. I hope you insult me for my opinion or what ever you define it to be.

                    • Lord US

                      Yeah, MeeGo was a strange hybrid delivered incomplete year(s) too late. Some people are even claiming it had a lovely user experience.

                      Now people are writing about a front camera application. That’s something MeeGo was supposed to have long before Elop was hired. However it didn’t have that because it was missing features.

                      It’s not about features and who invented what. It’s all about user experiance and delivering the product in time.

                    • John

                      ["it wants to be like android and ios combined plus it wants to be like meego, which may be the swipe or maybe am wrong"]

                      Yes… once again (surprise, surprise) you are wrong.

                      ["it has more feature than wp well yes maybe but does that make it better or clunky?"]

                      It’s more buggy & less stable, there’s no question.
                      For very simple/light users (readers of MNB DON’T fit that definition) it’s stable.
                      Some heavy smartphones users may occasionally hit some particularly nasty bugs.
                      My point was that would’ve been far less of an issue IF there was more resources in the past 15mth+.
                      i.e. if MeeGo remained a component of the new strategy.

                      ["Meego and meltemi actually cost nokia cash without getting complete"]

                      Please don’t try to lump meltemi in there too.
                      We simply dont know what the story is there yet.
                      The case could be made that meego was started too late, & there wasn’t any room for even 1 delay.
                      But meltemi simply doesn’t fit into the same narrative.

                      ["How many platform will nokia support?"]

                      Only 3x ultimately, S^3 was being phased-out, as was maemo6x/meego.
                      That’s not a huge number compared to many other major handset makers.

                      ["and you fan boys continue to say it will be greatest os without proof…"]

                      Only “fanboy” here is YOU…

                      ["Meego is not complete cant be updated with speed."]

                      O’rly, and what do you base that on?

                      ["Symbian is old and cant catch up you still want them to work with S40 and still work in meltemi!!!"]

                      No, the plan was clear, Symbian was to be phased-out, I agreed with that eventually, too much spaghetti code.
                      It could’ve been handled far more gracefully of course, but there’s no question it had more than enough chances/resources/time over the yrs.

                      ["yet when they lay off 10000 employees you want to kill them… did it take Microsoft long to layoff when it was rough? you cant be employing when you are dying."]

                      That’s the thing, we don’t know if it’s purely because they simply CANNOT afford to finish Meltemi, or if it’s part of some longer-term agenda.
                      The future will bear that out, they’re still trumpeting future disruptions. Lets see how that plays out shall we…

                      ["if meego want to be like android then nokia should just save money and use android"]

                      Err, Harmattan’s nothing like Android, & Vanilla was to be nothing like it either.
                      Are you even a regular Android user or know anything about Maemo6x/MeeGo, I think not.

                      ["But listen it not just only the OS now… its the Hardware nokia is not No.1 in those 2 grounds. htc that was so high, has been surpass by Samsung even"]

                      Yeah because they’ve really been executing so much better than everyone else in that area since switching to WP-only.

                      We already know that the 3rd maemo6x phone in the pipe-line was being prototyped with the U8500 or OMAP4, most likely the former.
                      And there’s no question it would’ve been on shelves in some countries by April “at the very latest”.
                      Up to one more maemo6x ph was planned before meego proper (x86/ARM) devices from approx. Sept. onwards.
                      I wouldn’t be surprised if the chassis used by the 900 is actually based on what the 3rd maemo6x phone was to use.

                      FINALLY they may be competitive HW-wise come September+ with WP8, but even that’s still a big IF.
                      Lets wait & see shall we, so much for the amazing WP-only strategy if someone still manages to outdo Nokia hw-wise with WP8.
                      And there’s no excuse this time, Nokia’s supposedly able to focus all their energies on their amazing hw abilities & let MS worry about the most of the OS/ecosystem.
                      The Lumias will have to CLEARLY STAND-OUT from competitors, that DID NOT happen with the current batch.
                      And handset makers are treating WP more srsly this time, so Nokia will have to fight much harder to maintain it’s lead in WP.
                      There is ZERO margin for error this time, it’s the “all-in” approach that confounds me.

                      ["I hope you insult me for my opinion"]

                      Trolls deserve nothing less than to be insulted.
                      Your posts OFTEN go way beyond being “just an opinion” & you know that.

                    • Lord US

                      WP may be competitive after the WP8 is released but Symbian was never getting there. Symbian’s reputation was gone.

                  • Lord US

                    Nokia lost almost everything while they had more features. When are you people going to learn you can’t win that way? It’s not only about features.

                    Now you are getting that one. MeeGo was killed because it was not ready when it was supposed to be. It was too late in 2011. Nokia was going to lose with MeeGo. Android killed Nokia.

                    Nokia hired Elop and killed MeeGo. That was the right thing to do.

                    • benjimola

                      Thank you… I guess you and I think as a CEO… while he thinks like a blind fanboy. Meego doesn’t even have nice UI… I mean something that is generalise in the OS. see iphone compare with windows phone in apps… Till date windows phone have the best ui. meego is not good at anything… swipe is not special and I still don’t know what it is. when I look how n9 and android works.

                    • John

                      So now harmattan does have features, but it was just too late because of that?
                      You’re so full of crap, people can see straight through your bullshit.

                    • John

                      ["I guess you and I think as a CEO… while he thinks like a blind fanboy."]

                      Haha, that’s rich coming from you… You’re one of the biggest fanboys/trolls on this site.
                      Unlike you I actually use WP7x & Maemo6x & like both.
                      Liking WP doesn’t imbue me with the need to make-up crap in every meego-related story just to make myself feel better.
                      Or to do the same for WP7x…

                      ["Meego doesn’t even have nice UI… I mean something that is generalise in the OS. see iphone compare with windows phone in apps…"]

                      What???

                      ["Till date windows phone have the best ui."]

                      Well that’s quite an absolutist/fanboy-ish remark right there.
                      It’s good in many respects, there’s some things I don’t like, it’s certainly the most different.

                      ["meego is not good at anything… swipe is not special and I still don’t know what it is. when I look how n9 and android works."]

                      See now that’s just dumb & childish once again, surely you must know this.

  • benjimola

    maybe should you prove me wrong… I’ve used the N900 that is too heavy for its hardware… I’ve used androids, Symbian and iphones… I used UIQ… I just to love voyager homescreen but I’ve never been satisfied with a phone till I started using windows phone… Prove me wrong look for any app that is on android iphone and windows phone and compare the apps and ui… let me know which is better. intel was suppose to enter the mobile phone market with their processor running meego but they got tired of walking in a tunnel without seeing the light on the other side and abandon it. Am a fan of windows phone if nokia did not build the lumia I will be using titan 2. But am also a fan of nokia cause I loved my e71. everyday I see people saying meaningless things here and I choose to trash the os they claim they like… one that is killing nokia. It would be best if they buy the meego phones and let people buy the wp but anything related to wp they talk bullcrap instead of supporting nokia. Now check through my post I support what works… 808 will sell cause its very unique. lumia is selling also. N9 is not apart from the fan boys who buy it. they cant even properly whatsapp with it. I still know elop did the right thing.

    • Lord US

      The 808 will sell but how many units?

      You can still find users who will tolarate Symbian. Some people even like it. Most of the people want something else if the phone costs more than 300$.

      Most of the consumers don’t care about the quality of the camera. Some want to take good pictures and the competition is offering good enough cameras with great smartphone features.

      A minority of people want to take great pictures. Now some of those won’t care about that huge hump. How many units will those people buy?

      Let’s hope Nokia will be selling lots of 808′s for users looking for a camera.

      • John

        You really do have a bizarre disdain for Symbian.
        It’s like it murdered a family member of yours or something.

        • Lord US

          Nokia sold 1-2 million N8′s in the first quarter it was brought to the markets. The N8 had a wide support from Nokia and the competition was not making products they are today. Now why would they sell considerable numbers of this device?

          I’m objective. You don’t seem to approve that.

          • John

            Um, I don’t even get the point you’re making because (as usual) you don’t seem to be able to communicate effectively.

            Yeah nah you’re definitely not objective in slightest sense of the definition.
            People need only look at the bulk of all your posts to ascertain that.
            I’m not defending Symbian, merely pointing out the fact that you have a burning desire to shit all over it at every opportunity.
            Whether it’s rooted in fact or not is quite irrelevant for you…

            • Lord US

              You are suggesting the 808 will get some serious sales?

              • John

                I’ve no bloody idea, I don’t think I’m “all-knowing”.
                I don’t link how well a device sells with how good it is* & ignore every other factor at play.
                If that’s not non-objective then I don’t know what is.
                There’s no doubt it’s being distributed more aggressively than the N9, whether that results in better sales I don’t know.
                I doubt it’ll sell better than the 900, there’s a chance it sells as well as the 800 or 710, but that’s a big IF IMHO.

                *or had the potential to be

    • John

      ["Prove me wrong look for any app that is on android iphone and windows phone and compare the apps and ui… let me know which is better."]

      What does that even mean… ugh….

      ["intel was suppose to enter the mobile phone market with their processor running meego but they got tired of walking in a tunnel without seeing the light on the other side and abandon it."]

      No, they abandoned it because their major partner abandoned it.
      There was already a few other handset OEM’s on-board shortly before Feb 11`.
      Some very early groundwork towards meego-core had been started by them at that point, but they also melted away shortly after Nokia’s announcement.

      ["Am a fan of windows phone if nokia did not build the lumia I will be using titan 2"]

      Yes, I almost bought it, it was a very tough choice.
      Nokia needs to be FAR stronger than the competition with WP8.

      ["everyday I see people saying meaningless things here and I choose to trash the os they claim they like… one that is killing nokia. It would be best if they buy the meego phones and let people buy the wp but anything related to wp they talk bullcrap instead of supporting nokia."]

      See this is where you’re wrong again…
      There are FAR more S^3 users making disparaging remarks.
      Yet for some bizarre reason you seem to always focus only on maemo/meego.
      I wonder why that is….
      And aside from that, their behaviour is no excuse to behave like a child yourself.
      I’m sorry but others trolling is no justification for you to troll too.

      ["N9 is not apart from the fan boys who buy it. they cant even properly whatsapp with it. I still know elop did the right thing"]

      Oh it’s selling way worse than Lumias alright, little to do with it being terrible compared to them.
      It is less stable and not as fluid, no question, but had meego remained a component of the strategy that could easily have been much less of an issue.

      You have to have a platform with a future before co’s like whatsapp have an interest in dev’ing for it, or Nokia has to bankroll it, hence no Whatsapp.
      Still pretty damn impressive what the community’s been able to devise there though, in spite of all that.
      It’s actually quickly becoming more feature-packed than the S^3 & WP clients.
      Still some way to go before it reaches the Android/iOS ones last I checked.
      I have no problem with WP being a part of the strategy, it’s the re-casting of history that never happened that irks me most.

      • benjimola

        You cant deny that I like Symbian but I never took sides till the behaviour of people… you can also confirm that Symbian and meego fans are one. they just want nokia to die building os. any os nokia build is the best even if its killing the company then anything from outside is not. Meego fans never go against Symbian. they should learn nokia is looking for answers to survive and so far the reason why its dying cant be same reason why it will survive… RIM is taking the nokia path with BB10 that is same root as the meego and meltemi fiasco… if they don’t come out with something kool they are dead… if they come out with something kool they might be dead. take playbook for eg. Now in Nigeria they think BBs are the best phone that’s the mentality… and that’s how people buy their phones. If Samsung behave like Nokia with their Lumia. Samsung will be selling a lot of windows phone just like the selling with the Note and galaxy. Now if nokia had the Lumia in other networks aside from tmo and ATT… they will sell millions of unit because the lumia got popular. I don’t really see you as a fan boy though But you fail to realise when someone is desperate they are also going to make mistakes.

        • John

          Look, I think you actually might be a decent person essentially.
          Deep down you must know that your behaviour lately has been abhorrent.

          If someone says something that’s blatantly trolling towards WP.
          Then by all means respond in a “troll-ish” fashion towards it.
          Ideally though you’d just calmly/logically dissect the flaws in the point they’re making.

          So long as it wasn’t just a flagrant troll post…
          In which case you’re within your right to troll back, & call the troll out for what they are.
          But that often turns into a fruitless exercise, tempting as it is.

  • von

    This is the craziest part of MNB I’ve ever been! Its just a front camera app for crying out loud!!!!

    • John

      You can thank the childish posters on this BLOG for that.
      Totally hijacking the original intent of this article.

      • http://facebook.com/officialn9 Prashant

        this was the reader’s requested article because many of the n9 owners didn’t knew about how to use the front camera.

        • John

          “this was the reader’s requested article…’

          Yes I expect it would’ve been.

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