Next Windows Phone 7 update still not saving camera settings
This means that you have to enter the settings each and every time you want to snap a picture and set your favorite ISO setting, flash off, anti-shake or whatever the settings might be.
It seems that the first slated update, code named “NoDo“, won’t fix this either. At least not if you look at the behavior of the emulator that was shipped the other day together with the latest Windows Phone Developer Tools (WPDT).
Mobiletechworld published this short clip on YouTube:
It’s yet to be seen if this is the actual behavior in actual devices, but that has to be seen later this month when Nodo gets pushed to users.
Actually Microsoft posted somewhere that this behavior is intended but that’s just a bad excuse. If users don’t want to save their settings and some do, just make it configurable. It’s silly easy to code and wouldn’t take more than a day from some one in the team, surely some one must have a day to squeeze this in? Someone? Anyone??
Read more about the full functionality coming in NoDo in the Windows Phone 7 updates post!