- 04-30-2012, 06:23 PM #1
this used to work on my focus - any idea why it does not work using the lumia browser?
also works fine on an iDevice
is there a way to replace the stock (read:CRAP) browser on this phone?
- 04-30-2012, 06:37 PM #4
try setting the browser to mobile jim .. i get the "flash needed" when i have my browser set to desktop version
if you set it to mobile - then it does not load the picture - the loading bar does not move
incidentally - I just ordered one of these lytro camera's - if i cant view the pictures on a windows phone its going to be a pretty sorry state of affairs
- 04-30-2012, 08:35 PM #6
well . i can confirm that it does not work on my focus either - so lytro must have updated something on the way they render the mobile version of the page
i doubt they're going to be too interested in fixing something for the windows platform - i already emailed them ..
Does anyone own a droid phone they can test this on? just go to Lytro and try to interact with the picture
if it works on the droid then the problem is with internet exploder on the windows phone
i'll try to download some different browsers and see if i can get it to load in any of them
- 04-30-2012, 09:33 PM #8
- 04-30-2012, 10:11 PM #10
so much for IE being standards based then .. typical .. it's crap like this that is going to ruin this ecosystem .. I love my windows phone, but lately I've been questioning making the switch from an iDevice .. say what you will, but they own the mindshare and everything just seems to work on it.
- 05-01-2012, 09:00 AM #13
just to clarify - you should be able to touch anywhere on the image and the focus will shift - the lytro is a light field camera that allows you to take a picture and do the focus afterwards - I get mine in 3 days !!
works on an iDevice - no surprise they only seem to support apple with their image upload tool, so they're pretty much an apple focussed company, and it apparently works from a droid device
does not work on my lumia 900 or my old samsung focus - both are at 7.5
- 05-01-2012, 09:08 AM #15
Yeah. The reality of the mobile space right now is apps most often come ios first, android second, WP later if at all. If you're not comfortable with that and/or have a particular need, you might be better on another platform.
This is something I've been struggling with this upgrade cycle. Trying to be patient, but after a year and a half of waiting its hard not to start wondering if that day will ever come (this coming after a year and a half with webOS). Many things I love about wp7, but the grass cam look greener.
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- 05-01-2012, 10:05 AM #17