Indor IT-03 Flash File MT6577 Hang Logo Lcd Fix Firmware
Drive Mode: I mostly keep it at Single Shooting, but sometimes switch to Self-Timer when photographing on a tripod to avoid camera vibrations.
ISO: The Auto setting usually works pretty well. You can not only set Auto ISO Minimum and Maximum, but also the minimum shutter speed in relation to focal length (ISO AUTO Min. SS setting). I usually leave Minimum ISO at 100, while setting Maximum ISO to 3200 anything above ISO 3200 is too noisy for my taste. I keep ISO AUTO Min. SS at Standard, which works for my hand-holding. If your hands are shaky, try Fast, which should double the minimum shutter speed in Auto ISO mode.
Flash Mode: Fill Flash. Doesnt matter for most people, since the A7R II does not come with a built-in flash.
Metering Mode: Multi, but sometimes I change to Spot metering when a situation calls for it (see my article on metering modes )
Flash Comp: 0.0
White Balance: AWB (Auto White Balance)
Focus Mode: AF-A, which is a combination of AF-S and AF-C modes, works pretty well for most situations on the A7R II. I also heavily use MF when focusing manually.
DRO / Auto HDR: Off
Focus Area: Flexible Spot: M. This mode works great for selective focusing. Once you press the center button on the dial (configured below), you can easily move the focus points.
Creative Style: Standard. Dont bother with creative styles, as they are irrelevant when shooting in RAW.
Exposure Compensation: 0.0, I prefer to use the top dial for adjusting exposure compensation instead.
In the Gionee Max firmware, there is a firmware based on the community supported Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro firmware. This one is being offered at no cost to the users in the support thread. To flash this firmware, first we need to download the C9 firmware file as explained in this thread . Make sure to use the version of the file which has “C9D” suffix. If we do not use this version of the firmware, then we will not get any benefits whatsoever for flashing and installing the firmware, including the Gionee Max firmware.
When installing the firmware, make sure to note down the Device ID displayed in the phone, and the Model ID shown in the Build Info field. The model ID is displayed on top left corner of the dial. This will help you easily identify the model of the phone next time when you need to flash the firmware.
Once we download the flash file, it is important to unzip the file so that we can locate the Firmware.IMG file, as well as other files such as How-to.txt and Driver.zip.
All data and settings are now stored in a encrypted format. This should mean that even if your password is somehow discovered, they cant use this to download files with updated firmware to your device. If they can get hold of your device, its probably been lent to a friend or foe, and they might be able to get access to your files. All files will be encrypted, so you can inspect the content with the encrypted file viewer ProRadar or decrypt the data with Safedigest or Safedigest Backup & Restore. Because of the potential of a data breach, we recommend you use the encryption.