Priority: P1: Critical
Affects Version/s: 5.13.0
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:See attached sysinfo.txt
URGENT: I have an app that uses the QRotationSensor to detect when the phone is turned over. It works in 5.12 but not in 5.13. Upon investigation I found that the values are incorrect in both range and value. For example, the x range is defined as [-90, 90] but I'm seeing more like [-50, 50]. When the phone is placed vertically, the x value should read 90 but I see -25.
- From Qt Creator, use the example named "Qt Sensors - QML example"
- Replace the file qmlqtsensors.qml with the attached version (replaces TiltSensor with RotationSensor).
- Build and deploy to an Android phone.
- Place phone flat on surface.
- Start app. Start sensors. Expected reading: x=0, y=0. Actual reading: x=0, y=40.
- Rotate around x axis so phone is vertical. Expected reading: x=90, y=0. Actual reading: x=-25, y=25 (ish).
Tested on Moto G5 Plus (armv7 32 bit) and Galaxy Note 8 (armv8 64 bit)
This is URGENT because Google now requires a 64 bit version for apps using native libraries. In order to comply with that, I need to use Qt 5.13.