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Old January 26th, 2013, 06:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Accelerometer...

Having problems with playing temple run 2. I don't know why but it takes times for the little guy to move from side to side as I tilt the screen! I believe is a problem with the accelerometer sensor.. anybody having similar problems or know how to fix it?

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have you tested it out with any other games/apps? Perhaps it's the game?
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Old January 26th, 2013, 06:09 PM   #3 (permalink)
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have you tested it out with any other games/apps? Perhaps it's the game?
Yeah I tried, NFS most wanted, and I was having the same problem! It made it difficult for me to maneuver driving the game! Which sucksss smfh
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Have you tried going to settings> display> g sensor calibration?
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Old January 27th, 2013, 12:54 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Have you tried going to settings> display> g sensor calibration?
That doesn't work... the problem persists!!! I don't know why... when i tilt it side to side on temple run i have to tilt it all the way to a point which I can't even see the scree smdh
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Old January 27th, 2013, 03:55 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Post G Sensor problem..

When playing temple run 2 It requires the user to tilt the phone; however, there seems to be a problem on my htc evo v and it will not work well!
Is anyone else having similar issues?
I'm running mobszter rom hd!
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I really don't have any idea then, NFS Most Wanted and NFS Shift work fine for me as well as Temple Run the last time that I played it. Sorry dude. Please don't make duplicate posts on the same subject, moved to the general forum. OB
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Alright then.

I just installed a Pedometer app to keep track of my walks.

But I know there will be a problem if the accelerometer shuts itself off when the screen shuts off.

I checked the manual but there's nothing about it the accelerometer, that I could find.

Does anyone know if it stays on in the background, or there's a setting that controls this?

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PS - unrelated, is there a good piece of software to use when you upgrade your mini-SD card? I'm going to upgrade from 8GB to 32GB, and would sure like to avoid having to re-root, if possible.
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Default Re: Accelerometer...

On ever rom that I've used the accelerometer was always on, as far as swapping cards, just drag the contents to a folder on your computer desktop and then swap cards and drop everything in the new one, won't have anything to do with root. Good luck.
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Aha, that's helpful, thanks

Kinda surprised to hear it's so easy to swap cards, very nice.
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