Anyway too.

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  1. ForeverPimpin

    ForeverPimpin New Member

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    Make my iTouch flip automaticly, cause im tired of waiting for it to flip when i need it to, and it not doing it.
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    LssThanThree Active Member

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    Flip as in?
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    What do you mean flip?

    Your accelerometer not working?
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    If you mean by rotating, it should always rotate unless you download something from Cydia that prevents it from doing so.
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    ForeverPimpin New Member

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    Yea flip as in rotate, it does but it take freaking forever. IDK what its problem is, it took me ten minutes yesterday to get my caculator to flip.
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    That's not normal. D:
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    Do you have a bunch of applications/processes running?

    There is an accelerometer tester in Cydia, I think, as I only had my iPod until 2.2.1
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    Nope the only things that run are the normal things i guess, i dnt have SBSetting to check.
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    Make sure you're holding the iPod so the side is pointing directly up. If you're rotating it on a flat surface with the back or your iPod on it, it won't respond.
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    ForeverPimpin New Member

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    It dont respond when holding it directly up either.

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