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    Just wondering if there is a QR reader app that will read codes on the device or if we are stuck with the offline versions made for the depth of field cameras on other webOS devices (at least I swear I read that's why they had to be sent to a 3rd party service).

    Not really a big deal, but since I have an auto focus camera I may put it to use. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSkoolVWLover View Post
    Just wondering if there is a QR reader app that will read codes on the device or if we are stuck with the offline versions made for the depth of field cameras on other webOS devices (at least I swear I read that's why they had to be sent to a 3rd party service).

    Not really a big deal, but since I have an auto focus camera I may put it to use. Thanks!
    I've downloaded 'QR offline Decoder' (App Catalog AFAIR).
    Tested with some QR codes and find it working (not perfect, but working).
    Try it.
    I couldn't find an alternative.

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    QR offline Decoder - works well for me. The trick is to not get too close. It wants the code to be the size of the focus ring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frantid View Post
    QR offline Decoder - works well for me. The trick is to not get too close. It wants the code to be the size of the focus ring.
    Thx for the tip!
    That could explain why not all codes were decoded.
    In fact I've noticed that distant photo works better than clos-uped.
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