[APP] Auto-Rotate Config

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junalmeida

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Auto-Rotate can configure the registry settings of built-in g-sensor auto-rotate service.
This app is not resident, so, it consumes memory only when you are configuring rotation support.

Pre-requisites
WinMo 6.5
.NET 2.0 or later
Omnia II with RotationSupport.exe service, or
HTC Device

User Guide

First, start the application that you like to auto-rotate.
Tap Start/Auto-Rotate.
Tap on Add. You will see a list of current running apps. Select your app from this list.
Tap OK.
Your application should rotate now, or after a restart.


Changelog

Code:
7/6/2010 v1.2 
Some reported bugs fixed.
Enable AutoRotation flag (GSensor\AutoRotation = 1) on HTC devices
Question to reset device after changing apps.
Added support to Samsung GT-I8000L;

6/24/2010 v1.2 [COLOR="Red"]beta 2[/COLOR]
Trying to fix some reported bugs.

6/24/2010 v1.2 [COLOR="Red"]beta[/COLOR]
Supporting latest HTC devices.

6/23/2010 v1.1.1
Interface bug fixes (color).
Performance improvements.
Refactoring to support HTC devices.

5/1/2010 v1.1.0
Introducing a new interface for an uniform look with samsung apps.
Icon finder changes.
Using new version of dll dependencies.

2/8/2010 v1.0.3
Changing meaningless error messages.
Interface improvements, adding icons to applications.
Moving shortcut from Start Menu/Settings to Start Menu/Programs since this have no effect on Samsung customizations and/or on Wm6.5.

2/5/2010 v1.0.2
Providing support for Verizon's.
Refactoring some components.

2/3/2010 v1.0.1
Interface fixes on TabControl.

2/2/2010 v1.0
Initial Release.

Compatibility
Known to work on official GT-I8000 and GT-I8000L WM6.5 ROM. (IJ)
Works on Samsung custom ROMs with original auto-rotate service.
Works on HTC HD2, and other HTC Devices.
Not all devices are supported.

Feedback

Please fell free to send bug and feature requests using this thread.

Development
Auto-Rotate config was built using the following components: Microsoft .Net 2, Tenor Mobile - a subset of Tenor Framework

Download

View attachment AutoRotate-1.2.CAB
View attachment AutoRotate-1.2-beta2.CAB
View attachment AutoRotate-1.2-beta.CAB
Oldest versions for Samsung devices only
 
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omek07

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Hello

i have a omnia II

we have to have in the startup folder the AutoRotation.lnk???

because i dont have it and i install the last beta version and it doesnt work
 
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Hi I just tried with Garmin on my Blackstone without any problems. I also tried CorePlayer and that one didn't rotatet but I think that is specifically for that app and has nothing to do with your App.

Very nice and easy to use application. I recommend that you update the icon to a more high quality one as it would suite the app. better as all other graphics are nice.

Tell me if there you have any other things to test.

Keep up the good work ;-)
 

macko_macko

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I just installed the software, added the apps and restart my phone but my apps still dont rotate. What am i doing wrong here? The only apps who rotate are the one that were like that when i purchased the phone.
 

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    Screen01.jpg
    Auto-Rotate can configure the registry settings of built-in g-sensor auto-rotate service.
    This app is not resident, so, it consumes memory only when you are configuring rotation support.

    Pre-requisites
    WinMo 6.5
    .NET 2.0 or later
    Omnia II with RotationSupport.exe service, or
    HTC Device

    User Guide

    First, start the application that you like to auto-rotate.
    Tap Start/Auto-Rotate.
    Tap on Add. You will see a list of current running apps. Select your app from this list.
    Tap OK.
    Your application should rotate now, or after a restart.


    Changelog

    Code:
    7/6/2010 v1.2 
    Some reported bugs fixed.
    Enable AutoRotation flag (GSensor\AutoRotation = 1) on HTC devices
    Question to reset device after changing apps.
    Added support to Samsung GT-I8000L;
    
    6/24/2010 v1.2 [COLOR="Red"]beta 2[/COLOR]
    Trying to fix some reported bugs.
    
    6/24/2010 v1.2 [COLOR="Red"]beta[/COLOR]
    Supporting latest HTC devices.
    
    6/23/2010 v1.1.1
    Interface bug fixes (color).
    Performance improvements.
    Refactoring to support HTC devices.
    
    5/1/2010 v1.1.0
    Introducing a new interface for an uniform look with samsung apps.
    Icon finder changes.
    Using new version of dll dependencies.
    
    2/8/2010 v1.0.3
    Changing meaningless error messages.
    Interface improvements, adding icons to applications.
    Moving shortcut from Start Menu/Settings to Start Menu/Programs since this have no effect on Samsung customizations and/or on Wm6.5.
    
    2/5/2010 v1.0.2
    Providing support for Verizon's.
    Refactoring some components.
    
    2/3/2010 v1.0.1
    Interface fixes on TabControl.
    
    2/2/2010 v1.0
    Initial Release.

    Compatibility
    Known to work on official GT-I8000 and GT-I8000L WM6.5 ROM. (IJ)
    Works on Samsung custom ROMs with original auto-rotate service.
    Works on HTC HD2, and other HTC Devices.
    Not all devices are supported.

    Feedback

    Please fell free to send bug and feature requests using this thread.

    Development
    Auto-Rotate config was built using the following components: Microsoft .Net 2, Tenor Mobile - a subset of Tenor Framework

    Download

    View attachment AutoRotate-1.2.CAB
    View attachment AutoRotate-1.2-beta2.CAB
    View attachment AutoRotate-1.2-beta.CAB
    Oldest versions for Samsung devices only
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    I too have an HD2 and overall it works very well. I am experiencing this same effect. In both Excel and Word. Whichever screen I am on when I add the program to AutoRotate it only seems to pick up the file selector list not the main app itself. I have upgraded to Pocket Office 2010 if that matters. I haven't yet tested with the rest of the Office suite.

    I also have Resco File Explorer and Resco Registry editor and rotation only takes effect in File Explorer.

    I've found the problem...tgis happens because the app miss to add a second registry value for some apps that have two different windows to rotate.

    For example, pocket word needs this string value too (I added it this way):

    HKCU\Software\HTC\HTCSENSOR\GSensor\WhiteList\Word Mobile 2 : "WordPad"

    the first one we all should already have is this:

    HKCU\Software\HTC\HTCSENSOR\GSensor\WhiteList\Word Mobile : "Pocket Word"

    We should already have under ModuleName this value too:

    HKCU\Software\HTC\HTCSENSOR\GSensor\ModuleName\Pocket Word : "\\Windows\pword.exe"

    To rotate excel mobile, I added this value:

    HKCU\Software\HTC\HTCSENSOR\GSensor\WhiteList\Excel Mobile : "BOOKWIN"

    P.s.: This is what I've done to make this apps rotate, but I think I should remember to pay a lot of attention when modifying the registry and to do this only if knowing what it's beeing modified. The risk is a hardreset... ;)
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