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Topic # 60732 1-May-2010 14:51
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I'm a bit stumped right now. I have downloaded a flight game and a driving one, both are not behaving correctly right now. When I hold the phone close to what I think was level both the car and plane were not going straight.

I have done the g-sensor calibration by placing the phone flat on its back and running the tool. Is that the correct way? Has anyone else encountered this with driving games?

Thanks.
D. 




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  Reply # 325581 1-May-2010 15:09
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Nevermind...it seemed to have fixed itself. Both dogfight and racing games are behaving correctly, but it hasn't improved my "driving" though Tongue out




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