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Autorotate issue

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mowar, Nov 29, 2014.

  1. mowar

    mowar Lurker
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    Hey there!

    I'm almost certain, that it's a hardware issue, but I would like some confirmation.

    So my problem is, that my tablet (Navon Raptor 8) got dropped, and the autorotating doesn't work anymore. I checked in the settings -> display -> gsensor, and it seems fine, the numbers are changing, as they should be.

    Then I tried to install other sensor checker programs, and what I found out is, that it's the accelerometer, which numbers I see there, and not the gravity sensor. I'm not even sure, if Navon thought of that, or not as the "gsensor", but if it's good in the settings, then shouldn't it be used to do the autorotation?

    One more info: if I turn the tablet off, then on, it is affected by the rotation, how I hold it, but it won't autorotate after.

    I already checked other forums, tried to turn the autorotation off, turn off the tablet wait a few mins, and turn them back on, but nothing worked.

    #1 mowar, Nov 29, 2014
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