J2ME: Image Capture

Posted on 2006-05-09
Last Modified: 2010-04-17

I am trying to capture an image. It captures the image but it does not have the good quality as it was seen from the camera.
Is there any possibility having phone related problem? I mean do we have any controls over the phone's display?
My thought is it has captured the image correctly but display format is incorrect.

It would be great help if you could give any thought.
Question by:velosumdev
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    What flavor of device? Hard to tell without that info!

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