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  1. DynaDog's Avatar
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    I'm pairing my 920 with Nokia Play 360 speakers and playback is really bad. The audio sounds better (as far as quality), actually, but there are a lot of hesitations, then speed ups, pauses and drops. It was fine before (except for the pause when starting, which is worse now).
    I would think the Nokia speakers would be trouble free.
    Anyone out there having BT trouble post-update?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ynight View Post
    I'm not sure I understand you guys. So you are saying when you are scrolling the start screen, they brightness of the screen changes for no reason? Haven't noticed that if so, but I do notice that if the phone goes into battery saver, the screen dims even more..
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    Yeah, that's mor or less what's happening. I've got battery saver turned off for that very reason an that's the effect I get. I don't even really need to scroll and it will start dipping up and down for no reason. It's driving me knuts cause like it was mentioned earlier, before this update it was amazing.
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    After seeing your post, I paired my 920 up with my Play 360 speaker (I only have one). I'm streaming a Christmas mix from Nokia Music via WiFi. No problem here, no hesitation. I got the
    Update about six hours ago.
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    #104  
    Quote Originally Posted by sjhippie View Post
    Yeah, that's mor or less what's happening. I've got battery saver turned off for that very reason an that's the effect I get. I don't even really need to scroll and it will start dipping up and down for no reason. It's driving me knuts cause like it was mentioned earlier, before this update it was amazing.
    Then I'm most certain I dont have the same problem...that sucks, maybe try a hard reset? Although if the problem spreads widely, a fix may come in days..But it sounds like a big mehhhh for normal use...
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    The comparison shots that Daniel posted show really obvious improvements. Anyone else complaining without anything to go by other than their word, I call BS and that goes for the OP. Anyone else that is thinking of complaining, do everyone (including Nokia) a favor and take a few outdoor daytime pics before your update then take those same pictures after the update. First person who does that, why don't you start a thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lottidah View Post
    After seeing your post, I paired my 920 up with my Play 360 speaker (I only have one). I'm streaming a Christmas mix from Nokia Music via WiFi. No problem here, no hesitation. I got the
    Update about six hours ago.
    Thanks for checking. I'm playing music stored on my phone, so maybe that's a clue. I put the phone on the charging pad, thinking maybe it was power related. Still happening. Hmm.

    By the way, aren't these Play 360s the greatest things ever? You gotta get another for the stereo. Totally worth it. I don't think the Play Ups are able to automatically pair for stereo.
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    #107  
    Quote Originally Posted by Radu Grama View Post
    I was expecting to get sharper photos after the 12/19 update on my L920, instead I am experiencing out of focus or *really* out of focus photos. Anyone else seeing this?
    same issue and also find the bad night shot now (more noise)
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    Yes I really wish I had splurged and gotten two of them when Amazon had the $99 deal going on! It's a great little speaker.

    Sorry I'm not much help for your issue. I don't have any music stored locally. I'm always streaming (so far).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radu Grama View Post
    I was expecting to get sharper photos after the 12/19 update on my L920, instead I am experiencing out of focus or *really* out of focus photos. Anyone else seeing this?
    Check the photo settings to see if you are stuck at "Close-up" from the Scenes menu instead of Auto. That could probably make your pictures of distant objects out of focus. Shrug...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lottidah View Post
    Yes I really wish I had splurged and gotten two of them when Amazon had the $99 deal going on! It's a great little speaker.

    Sorry I'm not much help for your issue. I don't have any music stored locally. I'm always streaming (so far).
    No, thanks for the data point. I'm sure others are going to have problems. We'll all figure it out together!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vlad0 View Post
    Do you think they bumped down to jpeg processing from 90% to 95% ? (down because the higher the percentage, the lower the compression, better quality.. larger file) The only other reason would be if they are not filtering out as much noise as they did with the old algorithm..
    I think it has to do with the noise aalgorithms. You can see more noise in the blue sky sample shots for the new firmware. Noise and sharpness will make for larger files.

    I'll take noise any day over the overdone noise reduction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColeHarris View Post
    Very noticeable improvement for me as well, especially on high detail objects like grass or hair. Very impressed that Nokia managed to get this out so quickly; hope to see some new comparisons with other phones, specifically the iPhone 5 now that the software has been updated.

    One thing though that seems to still be a problem is the white balance, it constantly fluctuates between various temperatures. It's especially noticeable in video where the image seems to transition between warm and cold almost constantly (for me at least). Hopefully we'll see a fix for that as well here soon, although its not a huge deal for the time being.
    I think that happens when you have the settings on "auto"
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    #113  
    Maybe you just can't imagine L920 taking sharp photos and it's blurry.
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    I am also seeing this issue after the OS update , not always but sometimes brightness fluctuates from low to high and it's really annoying , hope they will send a fix soon.
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    #115  
    After my update I noticed the brightness pulsating while browsing a website. At the dark end the screen was unreadable.
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    Ha! that dog being chased by the alligator is awesome!
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    #117  
    Mine's been fine all day since the update, until I got home. Now I'm sitting in my chair - where the light is arguably not quite dim but not quite bright - and it's acting like it doesn't know what brightness setting it should be on. It doesn't go from dimmest to brightest, but it is kinda like... "ok, let's dim a little bit! no, wait, brighten up a tad! no, too bright, dim down some! Er, no, go bright!"

    It's not happening very rapidly, maybe about every 10 seconds or so it changes a bit. Definitely new behavior, it didn't do this prior to the update. So they definitely changed something... which is odd, because I don't recall any reported problems related to auto-brightness which would require changes.
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    #118  
    Quote Originally Posted by Gamely Lounges View Post
    After my update I noticed the brightness pulsating while browsing a website.
    And yeah, for me it's only when browsing websites as well.
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    #119  
    Hey, interesting... I turned off all the options in display+touch (Touch sensitivity was already on normal, but I turned both Sunlight readability and Brightness with Battery Saver off) and it seems to have fixed the problem I described above. Weird.

    Edit: er... I should probably state that I have an 820, not a 920. Didn't realize this was in the 920 forum, sorry.
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    #120  
    It's just the battery saver display setting. That will fix it.
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    #121  
    Just an FYI, the preview images on your phone aren't the actual images. Connect your phone or transfer the pics to a PC and there is a pretty good jump in clarity.

    With that said, I am thinking the issue may be user-friendliness (although I still think Nokia can make them a teeny bit sharper). When I first took pics I was disappointed too, and I had to do some digging to see the difference. To the average user, it should be a simpler task to see the better quality in the images. Maybe Nokia just needs to fix the quality of the preview images shown on the phone?
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    #122  
    But the preview images on the iPhone 5 and Galaxy SIII will be sharp and consumers will notice the difference.
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    nope. put the phone in auto scene mode, or the correct scene mode, and tap the screen to pick the focus point. It's FAR better now.
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    #124  
    Here's a couple of shots, one with the One X, the other with my Lumia 920 post update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoledman View Post
    But the preview images on the iPhone 5 and Galaxy SIII will be sharp and consumers will notice the difference.
    That was my point...
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