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Faster screen orientation change, is it possible?

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I've used a samsung mobile with almost the same hardware and when I rotated it it change orientation instantly.

G300 needs 2-3 seconds to do this, is it possible to hack it, and change values for this ?

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I have this question to.

I tried many roms and some of these have faster screen rotation then others. Were are the explanation?

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On my phone on cm9 it takes about a second. Daz or one of the other kernel gurus may know what determines how long it takes, and whether it's possible to alter it for any given rom.

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Samsung's hardware I better built, touchwiz after all is heavily modified and tweaked to be fast and beautiful. That would explain why the rotation is better, maybe :unsure:

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try changing the window animation scale, transition scale and animator scale in developer options

change it to .5x

but i guess if you want to change how fast it activates the rotation after its detected,

you will probably need to make some .smali hacks to the framework.jar (for stock)

as this is where the rotation anim is handled, i remember this from when it was ported to CM7 (ICS rotation animation)

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The g300 doesn't have a gyroscope

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Cm7 comes with "spareparts" app that has settings for window animation and transition, if animation is off and transition is set to fast then rotation is instant, so it is capable.

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