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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by atuan1410, Dec 11, 2010.

  1. atuan1410

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    Hi everyone.
    Just got one Desire HD and face this annoying problem.
    It can rotate screen from portrait to landscape very smoothly but when from landscape to portrait, it cannot rotate or at least i have to wait about 7s.
    I'm so worried. Anyone can help me about this?
    Thanks in advance million times
     

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    greetings, Atuan. i too have the same issue but i'm not sure if theres anything that can be done about it.
     
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    And me - drives me nuts! I've even thought about turning the whole thing off cos of it.
     
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    did u try calibrate it?
    menu, settings, display, g-sensor calibration
    are both bubbles moving? when i bought mine new, one of the bubbles didnt move, only for the calibration start animation did it move, i sent it back and they said it was faulty and gave me a new one, but if your outside your 30days then you prob have to send it for repair
     
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    Yep tried that but it didn't make any difference.
    Thanks for the tip tho.
     
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    Hi
    Solution worked for me - thanks. Still not as responsive as Ipod, but much much better.
     
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    Hey

    I'm new and I know it's a late response but I have android 2.2.1 on htc desire hd and my auto-rotate was working fine till one day I decided to calibrate the g-sensor, I didn't know what it was so pressed the button while just holding the phone in my hand to find out lol! Big mistake bcoz once this was done the auto-rotate was permanently on landscape! I hadn't a clue how to fix it until I read this thread. I'd tried placing it on a flat surface to recalibrate the g-sensor but it didn't work, but it mentioned on another thread about the camera which I totally forgot about and when I placed the phone on a flat surface with the camera over the edge so that the phone was completely flat. I recalibrated and I am soooo pleased to say that it worked for me and my auto-rotate is back to normal! Yey! Hope this is helpful :)
     
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    Do both bubbles move when you rock the phone about?

    Oh yea forgot to mention the camera sticking out, level it for perfect calibration but it didn't seem to make a lot of differ for mine
     

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