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G Sensor Calibration flips one way only

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  1. brianstewey

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    Hey Guys,
    I don't think this was always the case but my HTC desire won't switch to both horizontals, only one. I have done a reboot and a calibration, the calibration looked fine too.

    Any ideas or experience with this?
    Cheers :D
     

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    On the calibration screen the bubble indicators are only on 2 of the 4 sides this indicates that it only shifts one way, it was actually designed to only go one way.
     
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    Really? If this is true I can't believe the whole time I didn't notice. Cheers for the info.
     
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    No problem, got to admit it would be good if it had the option to turn both ways. i think the new samsung galaxy goes both ways though
     
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    In the attached video it shows that a new feature in Froyo will allow the browser to flip both ways.

    New Froyo Features

    Skip to about 8:12
     
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