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Learn How To Calibrate The G-Sensor On Your Android Device Today!

Calibrating the Android G-sensor is one thing so many Android users are interested in Knowing, some users seek for its settings so that they can better configure in accordance with their preference. The Android G-sensor is an inbuilt sensor which is built to automatically understand and predict the movement of your Android device.

 Calibrate The G-Sensor On Your Android

The G-sensor option is under the "settings" option on your device. Follow the guide below on how to calibrate your G-sensor. Although there are several methods which you can implore to calibrate your Android device, I will only discuss 3 methods below.

How To Calibrate The G-Sensor On Your Android Device

  • Go to your Android "settings" option.
  • Then click on the "Display & gestures" option, note in some Android device, this option is labeled as "Motions & Gestures".
  • The third thing to do is to select the G-calibration option. I don't know what they use to label it on your Android phone but in most cases, it's either labeled as "G-SENSOR CALIBRATION" OR just "G-SENSOR".
  • Tap on it and put your phone carefully on a flat surface making your phone screen facing towards you. Then press the calibrate option, don't shake your phone during this period as it needs to be firm as possible.
  • You'll notice something like a green circle moving, wait for it to stop moving to complete the calibration process,

Using The Accelerometer Sensor Option To Calibrate Your Android Device

  • First, you need to download and install the Accelerometer sensor application from the Google Play store.
  • Launch the accelerometer sensor app and place your device on a flat surface making the front face upwards. Note: It is likely you receive a prompt message reading "No Sensor", this simply means your Android device did not come with an accelerometer.
  • But if it does not show the "No sensor" message, it means you have no issue. You can continue by waving your phone several times in the air until the Accelerometer sensor calibrates your device by resetting the accelerometer range of your device.
That's it! you're done with this step.

Now we go to the last step which is the "Bubble level" step

Making Use Of Bubble Level To Calibrate Your Device

The term "Bubble level" simply means an instrument which tells one whether a thing is in the horizontal level. It pertains to surface being leveled. Now coming back to Android, you can see that it makes total sense. 
The bubble level app is designed to perform this experiment just that it deals on Android calibration alone. Now I'm going to explain how you can go about this step.
  • First, you need to download and install the "Bubble level" application from the Google Play store.
  • Then launch the application and push the "menu" option. Choose the "Calibrate" option.
  • Put your device on a leveled surface as usual and wait for your phone to successfully calibrate.When it has finish calibrating, it will display some couple of "ZEROS(0)" inside the G-Sensor boxes which can be located in the lower section of your Android screen.

Read Below On How To Calibrate iPhone

Kindly note that there is no direct way to calibrate the sensitivity of your iPhone device but there are ways in which you can explore to calibrate the motion sensor.
  • Calibrating your iPhone's Motion sensor is pretty cheap. All you need to do is to look out for the compass icon on your iPhone's home screen.
  • Then click on it to begin the calibration process. You will notice a small red ball inside something like a "circle", tilt your device in order to make the small red ball circumvent the circle. 
  • Once that is done, a new compass will pop up, what this simply implies is that you've successfully calibrated the motion sensors of your iPhone's device.
Now, calibrating the brightness; all you simply need to do is to go to settings first.

  1. Then tap on the "Display & Brightness" option. You can either choose to keep auto-brightness on or off, but i will advise you to keep it on so that the brightness level of your iPhone automatically changes as you switch between environments. 
  2. This being that, when you move to a darker environment, your phone brightness increases automatically so as to see your device's screen clearly thus making the user-friendliness greater.
Lastly, I'm sorry Apple hasn't given its users ability to adjust their iPhone's sensitivity. But should in case you discover at any moment that your phone's screen is not responding as usual, simply take a white cloth to wipe the screen's surface as this may be caused due to dust and other particulates.
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