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Manage device sensors

Manage device sensors: Java Design Patterns and APIs for Android
Manage device sensors: Java Design Patterns and APIs for Android

Mobile devices have sensors that can report all sorts of information about their own usage and the world around them. Position sensors report the device’s location, environment sensors can report atmospheric conditions, and motion sensors report the device’s changes in position or orientation. You can listen for this information using classes from the package android.hardware. In this example I’ll describe how to use one of the most common sensors, the accelerometer, which reports changes in the device’s orientation.

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Developer Mobile Apps Programming Languages Java

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