- 12-12-2012, 09:57 PM #1
So i just realized today that the camera flash will not work when the battery is under 24%. HTC confirmed this after 3 phone calls to them as did I. I monitored the battery and when it was at 24% the flash worked with the camera. It does not matter if battery saver is on or off , nor does it matter if the phone is charging. I find this a bad feature I should be able to drain my battery if want to. My HTC HD7 did not exhibit this behavior. It just does not make sense and only makes me feel more like i always have to have it charged.
- 12-27-2012, 06:21 PM #9
This isn't nearly as annoying as the fact that the camera doesn't use the flash to focus in low light photos... however I agree, it should be an option not a mandatory feature. Thought WP8 was all about making the phone yours...
- 05-15-2013, 04:32 AM #10
Thanks for this. I discovered the hard way last night that the flash won't flash when the battery is low. As a result I couldn't get shots of the shelters my Scout group had built in the woods.
I could accept this if the flash was set to auto, and battery saver had kicked in. But I set the flash on, had disable battery saver and it still didn't work. That's not acceptable really. If I want to run my battery down taking pictures, that's my choice.
BTW, the HTC Flashlight app works fine when the battery is virtually empty - surely a much higher power drain.
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