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Question [Q] G sensor issue, slowly drifting to the side

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9th June 2014, 06:50 PM   |  #1  
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Hi everyone !

I have an issue on my One X when I'm using the g sensor. For instance, if I use it to take a photosphere, the points start to slowly drift to the side.
I'm on CM11 M7 but i've had the issue for a long time even on CM10.
What's happening ?

I rebooted while pressing volume up and it seemed to work. I managed to make a small photoshpere. I tried to make another one and the g sensor was acting weird again.
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No idea ?
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No idea ?

have you tried to calibrate your g-sensor?
13th June 2014, 10:37 AM   |  #4  
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Yes, I've used GPS status and advanced tools that both have a calibration functionality. That didn't work.
Maybe there is another way of doing it that I'm not aware of.
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Yes, I've used GPS status and advanced tools that both have a calibration functionality. That didn't work.
Maybe there is another way of doing it that I'm not aware of.

read this
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This technique seems to apply to phones which don't have a working sensor at all. But I've tried it anyway. And it doesn't work.
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This technique seems to apply to phones which don't have a working sensor at all. But I've tried it anyway. And it doesn't work.

have you tried a sense rom?
28th June 2014, 02:45 PM   |  #8  
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I have the same issue on my HTC One S ville running CM11. I was thinking about downgrading to CM10 but that doesn't seem to fix it as you say.
I would really like photosphere to work correctly. Does anybody else have this problem (running stock rom), any fixes?

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