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By hkv2307, Junior Member on 23rd July 2014, 03:01 AM
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where is the gravity sensing chipset???i cannot rotate my screen
 
 
23rd July 2014, 12:31 PM |#2  
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where is the gravity sensing chipset???i cannot rotate my screen

The screen is not meant to rotate on the watches.
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Gotta wait until the Moto360 for that.
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Gotta wait until the Moto360 for that.

I doubt it.
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I doubt it.

And why is that? Motorola already announced that the screen would automatically adjust to fit both left and right hands, because of the button protruding from the side.
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And why is that? Motorola already announced that the screen would automatically adjust to fit both left and right hands, because of the button protruding from the side.

Soooo..? Yes you can set whether you want to turn it upside down, that's all. It will not rotate all the time and I think that's good.
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Soooo..? Yes you can set whether you want to turn it upside down, that's all. It will not rotate all the time and I think that's good.

It would be annoying, hopefully there's a rotation lock, but as per people that have had a chance to use the watch, it has auto rotation.
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