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Fuze Auto Rotate
Does the auto rotate only work on certain programs?  How can I test it and what can I do if it isn't working.  I can't find anything about it in the manual other than calibrating the sensor.
Does the auto rotate only work on certain programs?  How can I test it and what can I do if it isn't working.  I can't find anything about it in the manual other than calibrating the sensor.
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Correct...the g sensor doesn't work in all applications.  There are currently applications out there that enable this to work in more applications, but they are not 100%.
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Correct...the g sensor doesn't work in all applications.  There are currently applications out there that enable this to work in more applications, but they are not 100%.
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Correct...the g sensor doesn't work in all applications.  There are currently applications out there that enable this to work in more applications, but they are not 100%.
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Prev. devices: SGS, Note 2, SGS3, Galaxy Nexus, T-Mobile, G2x, iPhone4, HTC HD2, HTC Fuze, HTC StarTrek, BB Bold

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Other than photos, what should it work in?  I would like to make sure it's working.
Other than photos, what should it work in?  I would like to make sure it's working.

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phil37 wrote:
Other than photos, what should it work in?  I would like to make sure it's working.


Web surfing, message composition, Teeter game just to name a few.  I don't rotate anything else (besides watching a movie but the software has  built-in screen rotation) so you will have to experiment on your own.
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phil37 wrote:
Other than photos, what should it work in?  I would like to make sure it's working.


Web surfing, message composition, Teeter game just to name a few.  I don't rotate anything else (besides watching a movie but the software has  built-in screen rotation) so you will have to experiment on your own.
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Edited by Tbones on Dec 17, 2008 at 3:01:32 PM

phil37 wrote:
Other than photos, what should it work in?  I would like to make sure it's working.

 

The screen rotation is controlled by the G-Sensor which is only enabled with TouchFlo 3D.

The G-Sensor works in:

Photos and Videos but only for Photos in Full View.
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phil37 wrote:
Other than photos, what should it work in?  I would like to make sure it's working.

 

The screen rotation is controlled by the G-Sensor which is only enabled with TouchFlo 3D.

The G-Sensor works in:

Photos and Videos but only for Photos in Full View.
Opera
HTC Teeter

Silencing an incoming call by turning the device face down.

 

Message Edited by Tbones on 12-17-2008 03:01:32 PM
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The screen rotation is controlled by the G-Sensor which is only enabled with TouchFlo 3D.

 

Are there then 2 different "triggers" for screen rotation?  Works fine for message composition, Home Page, Contacts... all WITHOUT TouchFlo enabled.

The screen rotation is controlled by the G-Sensor which is only enabled with TouchFlo 3D.

 

Are there then 2 different "triggers" for screen rotation?  Works fine for message composition, Home Page, Contacts... all WITHOUT TouchFlo enabled.

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The Auto screen rotation that is controlled by the G-Seneor have no impact in Contacts, email, SMS, and the home page regardless if TF3D is enabled or not.
To get the screen orientation to change from Portrait to Landscape in these app's you have to open the slider and this hasnt anything to do with the G-Sensor. Did you perhaps install a 3rd party app that gave you this function?

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The Auto screen rotation that is controlled by the G-Seneor have no impact in Contacts, email, SMS, and the home page regardless if TF3D is enabled or not.
To get the screen orientation to change from Portrait to Landscape in these app's you have to open the slider and this hasnt anything to do with the G-Sensor. Did you perhaps install a 3rd party app that gave you this function?
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