I have the same problem with my htc Sensation. I contacted htc and they said it was a problem between Skype and Ice Cream Sandwich that Skype has to rectify. is that true? I am not going to update my Asus tablet or my husband's phone with ICS until this is resolved. I hate this inconvenience not being able to use Skype video on my phone as I love Skype, and I see that this is a widespread complaint for some time now. I just wished I had done more research before installing ics. Who will be fixing this? Android? Skype? It seems to be a common error on many platforms. Thanks, Marilyn
Yup, just received a follow-up email from HTC:
"Dear Ralph Antonio .,
Good morning Ralph,
Thanks for replying to my email and leaving me with your feedback. It is greatly appreciated.
I have looked at the thread that you have posted in your previous, and there are other customers with different brands of phones running ICS that are having this issue, as well. Unfortunately, this is an issue Skype will need to resolve since we offer no support for 3rd party applications. I recommend that you contact Skype directly, show them the thread and let them be aware of this issue so they can release a software update on their end.
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So, it is a SKYPE issue, but they are not doing a thing about it, I guess!!!
Does any other brand smartphone with android 4.0 have this issue ?
I only see "HTC" in this thread. ( mine too )
I think HTC need to fix their camera driver.
I think it is a general problem with devices using the Qualcomm Adreno 220 GPUs.
I am pretty frustrated at the moment with my Huawei Mediapad.
As of right now it seems like the only solution is to root your phone, install clockworkmod recovery, and flash an openGL file to update some driver. This will all probably void all warranties but it's the only working "fix" right now. Google it up - if youre already rooted it might be a 2 minute fix.
I tried it and it fixes the green video on HTC Sensation 4G.