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Auto-Rotate Config App
XDA member junalmeida developed this application for Windows Mobile to Auto-rotate on devices equipped with a G-sensor. It will configure your registry settings using very low memory as it´s not resident. This is ideal for those of you who don´t have it cooked on your ROM.
This app works on Leo and Omnia II running WM 6.5, but should work as well in other newer devices, .NET 2.0 is also needed.
Users are invited to report bugs and/or ask for features.
Originally posted by junalmeida
Auto-Rotate can configure the registry settings of built-in g-sensor auto-rotate service.
This app is not resident, so, it consumes memory only when you are configuring rotation support.
Omnia II, or
HTC Device (beta)
First, start the application that you like to auto-rotate.
Tap on Add. You will see a list of current running apps. Select your app from this list.
Your application should rotate now, or after a restart.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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