AutoRotate OnOff

7
Apr/10
15
Current version: 2.0.0
Price: FREE
DOWNLOAD Available on the Market

Description:

Simple AutoRotate toggle widget (1×1).

Allows you On/Off your screen auto rotate with only 1 click.

Control whether the accelerometer will be used to change screen orientation. If Off, it will not be used unless explicitly requested by the application; if On, it will be used by default unless explicitly disabled by the application.

Please change mode through the widget, if you change it in system settings, widget will not update automatically.

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  1. mario
    12:39 AM on July 21st, 2009

    I like your widgets. Please, consider the opportunity to write a widget to regulate the brightness of the screen by steps. Thanks

  2. mario
    7:55 PM on July 23rd, 2009

    Another suggestion: in theory the gps activation/disactivation is possible in a rooted phone. The application ‘power manager full’ is able to change the gps state in installed under /system/app (as suggested in the application docs). Could be possible for your gps widget?!

  3. nicole wells
    7:47 AM on August 28th, 2009

    I downloaded the auto rotate and I cannot get it 2 work. Please email me this is frustrating. I did what the instructions said do but nothing. Please help!

  4. Dimitri
    8:53 AM on February 8th, 2010

    I downloaded from the market and it does not work. Can you tell me why and how to fix it?

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    What exactly not working? Please send us more details.

  5. chad
    7:27 PM on February 11th, 2010

    I have the same problem with all of your apps, i really want to use them, but every time i try to open them it says the app can not be launched.

  6. Capetown
    11:27 AM on March 14th, 2010

    If there’s no room for the widget on the home screen you want to add it to, the application will crash. Find a home screen where there is room, and it will launch okay.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Hello Capetown
    You can’t add widget if there no free space, add button will be grayed.

  7. eddie
    3:02 PM on April 9th, 2010

    What’s up with the alignment on Droid? The widget sits way to high compared to other icons.

  8. Charlie
    4:40 PM on July 14th, 2010

    First I want to say I like everyone of your apps!
    If can be done I would very much like an auto rotate to keep it in the landscape mode.
    great apps thanks

  9. ///\oo/\\\
    10:17 AM on September 3rd, 2010

    Can’t get the label to show on HTC Desire with Froyo (other users also report this on Market). It is really just a minor inconvenience, but still, a fix would be nice :).

  10. John
    6:14 AM on September 23rd, 2010

    when i use this widget without the label on the bottom it doesnt center in the 1×1 space like all the other buttons. it throws off the symmetry of my homescreen. im disappointed as i really wanted this widget. anyone know how to fix it?

  11. John
    6:16 AM on September 23rd, 2010

    its an epic 4g running eclair 2.1 btw sorry

  12. mj
    2:56 AM on October 11th, 2010

    This widget can not show correctly with the value of minHeight. So bottom of label of this widget is cutted in some home application.

  13. dbareis
    2:01 AM on February 12th, 2011

    I’ve added this comment to appbrain: Don’t use this (or any other similar auto rotate widget I’d guess) widget on the Samsung Galaxy Tab (perhaps any Samsung phone) or you may find AutoRotate failing altogether. If so turn on via widget (reinstall it if you have to) then UNINSTALL it. Use the one provided in the notifications area :-)

    Apart from that the label never appears on my HTC Desire HD, works on all your other widgets that I use :-)

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