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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by czar99, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. czar99

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    Ok I have had my Intercept almost 2 weeks and I love it. One of my favorite apps is the Google Sky Map app... I went and tested it to night and the moon was the best reference point in the sky obviously.. So I pointed it there and it was showing me stars not the moon. So I did a search for the moon and it had me turn about 20 to 25 degrees to the left and down and there was the moon on my screen but not in front of me... I just checked it and it shows me Sagittarius.. Any ideas?
     

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    I found a little app called "Compass" (Android.com - Market) that may help. It has some simple instructions on calibrating the magnetometer that may help.

    I also found this link. It's for the Nexus 1 but it may apply. If you find yourself doing the dance, take a quick video and post it for all to see! :)
     

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