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Support Lost G-Sensor Calibration

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by junkmayn, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. junkmayn

    junkmayn New Member
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    Stupid question probably, but I've lost my G-Sensor Calibrator. I am currently running Vanilla Tazz Android Version 2.2.1 on a Droid Eris. Can anyone help:thinking: I'm new to this all and I'd like some guidance.
     

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  2. thrawn86

    thrawn86 Well-Known Member
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    good questions...maybe its a froyo thing? none of my froyo roms have had the calibration tool, and I can't find anything about it on xda.

    if you just want things to *WORK*, stick with a 2.1 rom. 2.2 is great but its still a crapshoot of things that just don't work like they used to.
     
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  3. doogald

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    I believe that you can recalibrate the g-sensor with the free market app GPS Status and Toolbox. GPS Status & Toolbox - Android app on AppBrain

    There is a calibrate pitch and roll in the tools menu; do you think that would recalibrate the g-sensor?
     
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  4. junkmayn

    junkmayn New Member
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    It may. Thanks for the replies. I'll try that out. I tried an xtrROM and it worked fine, but I thing that it's a Cyanogen thing.
     
  5. junkmayn

    junkmayn New Member
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    haha, *think*...I'm all thumbs maybe that's why.
     

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