How to Calibrate any sensor in android Phone!

Recently i had some water dropped on my Takee 1 , it stayed off for days , i tried to turn it on recovery mod, but its recovery mod on Chinese, so i tried every thing on that menu, i saw some numbers changing, i thing i re-calibrated some sensors by mistake, and after 4 days, i tried to turn the phone on and it turned on like it is new :), and when i wanted to play some racing games , i figured out  that the sensors are missed up!!! 

After two days of searching over internet, i finally calibrated it successfully with this magnificent app, and in this post i will explain some calibrations that i did to my phone !!

1. MTK Engineering Mode (for phone of mtk cpu)

MTK Engineering Mode is a very strong application with plenty of tools, and it is really saved my life, it can diagnostic any android phone hardware such as camera, screen colors sensors Wifi chip Bluetooth and much more.

Advanced Settings
Advanced Settings

 

Advanced Settings
Advanced Settings

i calibrated my phone’s G-sensors by  doing this steps :
MTK Settings -> Hardware Testing -> Sensor -> Sensor Calibration -> Gsensor Calibration , and put my phone on Horizontal surface, then i clicked Do calibration (20% tolerance)  button, and voila it calibrated , now i can drive on Asphalet 8 as a Pro 😀

Video tutorial :

 

2.Bubble level (try this if you are non MTK cpu)

Bubble level
Bubble level

Some Phones with MTK cpu will not calibrated with MTK engineering , this will work.

 

Bubble level
Bubble level

 

 

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