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Question [Q] All sensors Turned OFF, Help required

For some strange reason, on my HTC One X (Endeavoru) I have got all my sensors turned off. My phone is rooted, installed with Cyanogenmod 11 Nightly (latest Nightly Bulid).
The last thing I can suspect as culprit is an application I installed "Battery Benchmark", I made it to stop and latter uninstalled; since then no sensor is working.

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Any manual way to turn my sensors ON, or atleast can know their health status checked?
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Khaled J. Khan,
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HTC Desire S {With CyanogenMod 10.2 Stable}
Disasters: Samsung Note II {Bricked (SDS) } || HTC Sensation XE - With Audio Beats {Bricked/ Dead RIP }
History: HTC XDA Orbit II (WM 6.5) || HTC XDA Orbit (WM 6.1) || iMate JAM (WM 2003 SE) || Nokia 6600 || Nokia 9210i || ...
 
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Use a freshly installed ROM first with a full wipe first then check your sensors with an all from play store , if they still off then you mostly being affected with damaged ones ,

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previous phones Nokia 5210 ----> Samsung V200 ----> Sony Ericson K750 ----> Iphone 2G ----> ( HTC ONE X, and HTC Sensation XE)

If you have a broken G-Sensor on your HTC One X try my [TUT] here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2420209
 
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Use a freshly installed ROM first with a full wipe first then check your sensors with an all from play store , if they still off then you mostly being affected with damaged ones ,

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Thanks for your response.
I will consider it as last resort. But for now, need some solution without loosing data.
Have read somewhere that some set of linux commands may turn sensors on or off VIA terminal service. "Can anyone help on that??"
Warm Regards,

Khaled J. Khan,
HTC One X {With CyanogenMod 11 Nightlies }
HTC Desire S {With CyanogenMod 10.2 Stable}
Disasters: Samsung Note II {Bricked (SDS) } || HTC Sensation XE - With Audio Beats {Bricked/ Dead RIP }
History: HTC XDA Orbit II (WM 6.5) || HTC XDA Orbit (WM 6.1) || iMate JAM (WM 2003 SE) || Nokia 6600 || Nokia 9210i || ...
 
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I can't help you that since I didn't came across such a thing .beside im using linux all the time here

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previous phones Nokia 5210 ----> Samsung V200 ----> Sony Ericson K750 ----> Iphone 2G ----> ( HTC ONE X, and HTC Sensation XE)

If you have a broken G-Sensor on your HTC One X try my [TUT] here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2420209
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