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  1. Bonjour43MA's Avatar
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    So I finally experienced my first bug/issue with the awesome 9860.

    When recording videos, it would automatically stop after a certain amount of time; sometimes a minute, sometimes 40 seconds, etc. I've tried a faster microSD card (class 6) to no avail. I've also tried recording directly to the on-board memory and still had the same issue.

    Anyone ever seen or experienced this same issue on their 9850/9860? I used to be able to record long videos uninterrupted on the 9800 and do plan on doing the same thing on the 9860 (to take advantage of the 720p video), but this bug will definitely prevent me from doing so.

    Thanks.
    Current BB: BB 9860
    Previous BBs: BB 9800, BB 9530, BB 8330, BB 8130, BB 7130, BB 7250
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    Nobody? Wow can't believe I'm the only one with this issue?
    Current BB: BB 9860
    Previous BBs: BB 9800, BB 9530, BB 8330, BB 8130, BB 7130, BB 7250
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    I recording about 2 1/2 minutes of a wicked lightning storm on Saturday afternoon without any issue.
    I finally "TORCH'ed" my Storm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonjour43MA View Post
    So I finally experienced my first bug/issue with the awesome 9860.

    When recording videos, it would automatically stop after a certain amount of time; sometimes a minute, sometimes 40 seconds, etc. I've tried a faster microSD card (class 6) to no avail. I've also tried recording directly to the on-board memory and still had the same issue.

    Anyone ever seen or experienced this same issue on their 9850/9860? I used to be able to record long videos uninterrupted on the 9800 and do plan on doing the same thing on the 9860 (to take advantage of the 720p video), but this bug will definitely prevent me from doing so.

    Thanks.
    I just did over two minutes of video recording with no issues. On on the .353 leak if it matters.

    Quote Originally Posted by SaintsfanWPB View Post
    I recording about 2 1/2 minutes of a wicked lightning storm on Saturday afternoon without any issue.
    Your signature is hysterical! Us Storm survivors finally got to see the sun again! Lol!
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    I have had this issue as well. On two occasions it just stopped recording. I don't recall seeing any error message. It has worked fine except on these two occasions. No idea what the issue could be.
    Torch 9860 & 16gb PlayBook
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    I'm on .261 and it's been relatively stable so I don't really want to wipe it just for this issue... but I don't like how it just randomly stops recording which basically renders the vid cam feature usless
    Current BB: BB 9860
    Previous BBs: BB 9800, BB 9530, BB 8330, BB 8130, BB 7130, BB 7250
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    I haven't seen this problem. I always record in 720. Just I thought but you could have it set up as video for a mms. On some phones this make it stop after so long so the video is small enough to send in a text.

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