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Tilt Sense Broken

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Thormier, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. Thormier

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    Hey all, The other day my tilt sense broke on my HTC Desire, I mean the tilt where you turn it on its side for a wider keyboard or want to view websites in the side view.

    I then tried some other app to test it called "Bubble" Its like a bubble thermometer and it seemed to work on that app and also on the tilt based car game "Rage Thunder" or something stupid like that lol xD

    Is this a known problem? If so could someone please help me fix it as im really not used to typing on the normal keyboard, The bigger one is so much easier.

    Cheers =)
     

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    Tried a battery pull?
     
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    You mean just taking the battery out?
     
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    If so yes i have, i really hope i dont have to send my phone back =[
     
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    Are you tilting it the correct way. Android 2.1 only flips to 'widescreen' with the buttons turned to the right hand side. If they're on the left hand side, the screen won't flip.

    But you probably already know that.

    Have you gone to Settings > Sound & display > G-sensor calibration?
     
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