Some users have reported a problem when trying to take a photo for upload to TwitPic. This was caused by Yatca not requesting the ‘Recording’ permission, though for some reason this problem wasn’t affecting all devices (including my own). This has been fixed in service release 1.1.2 – link on the right in the usual place. Users must now grant the ‘Recording’ permission to Yatca in addition to the ‘Internet’ permission that has always been required.
Another permissions-related fix in this service release is that when granting a permission to Yatca it is no longer necessary to grant full ‘Allow’ acccess – ‘Prompt’ access will be sufficient. This enables Yatca to be used in environments where BES policy prevents users from granting ‘Allow’ access to third-party applications but does allow ‘Prompt’ access.
This service release doesn’t fix any of the other issues raised (such as the “Error accessing camera: Requested format not supported” that 8900 Curve users are getting when taking a photo), nor does it provide any new functionality or performance improvements. In other words, if the problems described above don’t affect you, there’s absolutely no benefit to be gained from installing this service release!