The method of disabling the sensor in the .so folder seem to break auto rotate. For me however its kinda worth it. Anything I usually want rotated is always rotated on its own anyhow and not being able to use my phone as a phone is kinda the worst lol.
Some users in the CM 11 thread have had success using a Q-Tip with a little alcohol on it to clean a black haze on the sensor. This, however, requires you to take the phone apart, which is actually a lot easier than it would seem.
Just four days ago, the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 received an OTA update to Android 4.4.2. … more
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