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HTC has released a software patch designed to fix the Touch HD2 smartphone’s infamous ‘pink blob’ camera glitch.

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HTC's HD2 camera puts a pink-ish blob onto some images
Source: GSM Arena

The high-end handset only hit Blighty a few weeks ago, but users quickly began filling forums with complains that pictures taken using the phone’s 5Mp camera were coming out with a strange pink tint in the middle, as seen above.

HTC soon coughed up to the problem and the 2.2MB “Digital Picture Enhancement” patch is, apparently, the solution.

To banish pink-eye from your HD2, simply download the software patch from HTC’s website and follow the step-by-step installation guide. ®

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