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This is one of those problems that I believe requires a documented standard: the same reason every platform trivially accesses the GPS location of a photo is because of EXIF and it's standardized tags. EXIF is not user-extensible, and side car files are too namespace-y (proprietary). Unless I'm wrong about there not being a standard place for Euler angles ...


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I had a quick look on Stack and i found this . it might be helpful in the situation.... If you are using ADB, you will need to command into the shell with adb shell - for opening shell su - to gain root via superuser - Optional sensor set acceleration 0:0:0 sensor set acceleration 99:99:99 here is the references i found ...


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I have this too, and likewise it has persisted after getting a replacement device. It interferes with panoramas and photospheres, cardboard and the like. No idea on a fix. I think I'll do a second replacement.


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No, not with HTML/JavaScript/PHP. HTML is just plain information display. It can't "do" anything by itself. JavaScript doesn't has access to the device sensors (luckily). PHP is server side... You could do it maybe with Flash/Java Plugins but those are unsafe and don't work (as far as I know) on mobile devices. So yes, it would require an app. What you ...


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You can, but it requires extensive android development knowledge, rooting your phone (which i do not condone and do not take responsibility for any errors that occur if you choose to do it). This isn't even simple rooting either. You'd need to know how use XPosed, and the module for it isn't even complete either. Even if you did manage to fake a gyroscope, ...



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