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Of course! You can use Metadata viewer to see the GPS coordinates and other information of your photos. Android has Handful of APIs for anything you want. If you a developer you can make use of that. Here is all you need. Tutorial to get yaw, pitch, roll in android. Simple Camera API tutorial Google documentation about accelerometer api :)
The problem is with your phone Accelerometer(not Gyroscopre). If it is not a hardware problem then Try Restart your phone. Go to "Settings"-> "Motion" -> "Sensitivity Settings" -> Calibration ->calibrate. It automatically calibrates the screen and the gyro sensor. IF the problem exist, backup all your things & Restore your phone to factory settings. ...
In simple terms, Accelerometer is a sensor(Hardware) in your Smartphone which is Highly accurate can detect small changes in the position of your phone. While Orientation sensor & Gravity sensors (Hardware) refers to a less accurate accelerometor sensor can detect only when major change occurs(Ex.Changing the phone from portrait to landscape or vice ...
Yes, You can do this with your phones' Light sensor(usually located above the screen). It measures the light falls on your phone. There are some apps in the play store which provide data about the light falls on you phone and you can save it. Such an app is Lux meter.And there are plenty of apps to do this. Search for similar apps in Play store.
Reed switches are bulky and have mechanical contact bounce. They require a relatively strong field to do their thing. OTOH, Hall sensors have none of these shortcomings, BUT they are powered devices.
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