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[Q] No rotation, no accelerometer

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By turboxav, Junior Member on 1st May 2014, 10:05 AM
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11th May 2014, 01:19 PM |#21  
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Originally Posted by mrbelou

I experienced the rotation problem with all 4.2 rom I tried (Alterndromadus and JB I.E.)
If you want the screen in landscape you have to use the physical keyboard.
Screnn will not flip automatically. I don't know why.


I do exactly the same.
It's almost good experience tu use alterndromadus. I keep it waiting for an eventually good rom with kitkat.
 
 
29th May 2014, 01:31 PM |#22  
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Desire Z's faulty sensors
I have something of a different problem. My accelerometer, compass, orientation sensor and gravity sensor started bugging some time ago and giving me the wrong info until they stopped completely and since then they don't send any info at all. Tried to reflash RADIO but that didn't work. Using any other ROM doesn't help, either. So I guess that this problem could be hardware related. If you think otherwise, any help will be appreciated. Can someone identify this sensor chip(s) on the mainboard? It would be worth to check the connectors up.
I have found on this dis-assembly guide some pictures where the IC's are uncovered.

http://tjworld.net/attachment/blog/h...0277-small.jpg
http://tjworld.net/attachment/blog/h...0281-small.jpg

Thanks for help in advance.
5th June 2014, 03:27 PM |#23  
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Got the same Problem with AlterNdromadus CM10.1 ( http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2674767 )

So if I understand right I have to Upgrade to 4.4.x. But I dont want to have a Alpha installed -.- But as long it is only that...
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