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http://www.resco.net...ws/bubbles.aspx

I loved this game on my i910 and i would like to know if there is some prerequisite i need to get it running on my i920.

Here is a screenshot of what it does when i run it.
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Edited by RoyalDrew, 18 October 2010 - 10:45 PM.

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Found the fix sorry.. i needed the HTCSensorSDK.dll in my windows folder.

But now it seems that in game the sensor is sending the opposite values that it needs.(when i tilt the phone down, the ball rolls up)

Any known fix for that?

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So after putting HTCSensorSDK.dll in my windows folder the games will work but when moving North to South the ball or whatever i'm wanting to move goes the opposite direction.

What's up with that? what do i need to change?

The games calibration doesn't fix it.


BTW the East to West(side to side) movements work as normal

Edited by RoyalDrew, 18 October 2010 - 10:59 PM.

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http://www.modaco.co...h...st&id=47106

Unzip the file and place contents in \Windows folder. No soft reset required but probably better to do one anyways

This is where I found the fix: http://www.modaco.co...-sensor-solved/

Edited by the sandman, 19 October 2010 - 12:23 AM.

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http://www.modaco.co...h...st&id=47106

Unzip the file and place contents in \Windows folder. No soft reset required but probably better to do one anyways

This is where I found the fix: http://www.modaco.co...-sensor-solved/


Awesome exactly what I needed!

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Awesome exactly what I needed!


You know what's funny -- this is Samsungs developers doing -- they do stuff ass backwards I swear -- and this isn't even universal across all their WM phones, some of them have other axis reversed as well (lol).

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thanks sandman i think i forgot to post this in my changescreen post

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