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Which BlackBerry curve models have an accelerometer?

Besides the Bold 99xx and Torch 98xx devices does any of the Curve models and 97xx have Accelerometer?

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Registered: ‎07-17-2008
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Re: Which BlackBerry curve models have an accelerometer?

I could be wrong but I always assumed it was any device with a touch screen.
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Re: Which BlackBerry curve models have an accelerometer?

OS 4.7 >: AccelerometerSensor.isSupported()
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Re: Which BlackBerry curve models have an accelerometer?


rcmaniac25 wrote:
OS 4.7 >: AccelerometerSensor.isSupported()

Thanks but it doesn't help me when I try to select the devices in vendor portal.  I can't just assumed all devices have support for accelerometer.  If the user downloads the app and their device doesn't have support then they will get mad.

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Re: Which BlackBerry curve models have an accelerometer?

Understood. Just putting it out there.
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