Samsung Galaxy S III camera tweaked by hyperX mod

Samsung Galaxy S III camera tweaked by hyperX modThe Samsung Galaxy S III is not long out, and already we’re starting to see sexy mod type stuff.

A release from hyperX does all sorts of funky things with the Samsung Galaxy S III’s camera. Not that it's not already great, but, y'know; it's fun to play mod.

Primarily, we’ve got 1080p video recording cranked to 30Mbit in superfine mode, alongside 24Mbit fine and 19Mbit normal modes. There’s also 720p love, in the form of 19Mbit superfine, 15Mbit fine, and 10Mbit normal action.

Other features include 192 kbit audio for all resolutions, and the ability to tap volume up/down to take a photo while shooting video.

By default, the Samsung Galaxy S III’s camera is disabled when battery life drops below 15%. Not so with the hyperX mod. You can also fire up the camera while on a call.

Head over to HX Custom ROMs for full release notes and a download link.

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JanSt / MOD  Jun. 7, 2012 at 14:21

Requires ROOT, obviously ;)

matt101101 / MOD  Jun. 7, 2012 at 14:48

Rooting Samsung devices is hardly a difficult job, the bootloaders are unlocked and root access can be achieved with very little effort. I think the easiest way to root an S3 would be to just flash Chainfire's CF-Root kernel via Odin.

JanSt / MOD  Jun. 7, 2012 at 14:58

Rooting Samsung devices is hardly a difficult job, the bootloaders are unlocked and root access can be achieved with very little effort. I think the easiest way to root an S3 would be to just flash Chainfire's CF-Root kernel via Odin.

Yeah, I wish HTC had gone that route (pun)... They advertise the bloody unlock service, and look at the dog and pony show....

Guan  Jun. 8, 2012 at 20:46

Nice to see Andy making custom mods again. His custom rom's for the i8910 kept the device alive after Samsung gave up on it not long after releasing it. When it was released, the i8910 was technically, the best phone on the market. Had they not crippled it by putting Symbian on it, Samsung would have been even further along than the rest of the Android pack.

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