Apple's apps don't respond to accelerometer

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  1. DaAlmighty1

    DaAlmighty1 Member

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    Apple's inbuilt apps Safari, calc, music (coverflow) and photos (sometimes) don't respond at all to the accelerometer. Other times they work just fine (without any action by me). 3rd party apps always work properly. Any help on this issue would be appreciated.

    EDIT: modified post for clarity
  2. MANOWAR©

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    Are you asking a question or just stating a fact?
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    LOL xD
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    How do you fix the problem? Does it go away by itself?
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    hgahahahahah xD
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    Laughing again?

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    @OP- Some of the default apps don't support landscape..such as the notes.app
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    yeah what he said^^^

    what apps aren't responding?

    Only the photo, safari, music, video, and calculator apps respond to the accelerometer. (out of the ones built in.)


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  8. wordlife6272

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    try rebooting, then test the apps out
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    I didn't know it turned into a scientific calc.!
  10. DaAlmighty1

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    Safari, photos, calc don't respond. Problem goes away by itself without any actions by me. I have restored, rebooted, etc. Oh and by the way, my first post was a question

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