If your Nokia Lumia 610 or Lumia 610C Accelerometer sensor is not working properly solution is this article can be helpful to you. In Nokia Lumia 610C Accelerometer problem does not usually occur.
Let me start by explaining what an Accelerometer Sensor is, it used by smartphones to calculate to movement of your mobile phone. Like when you use Nokia Maps or any other Maps app on your mobile phone and while driving your phones shows on which speed you are traveling. That information if provided to the Nokia Lumia 610C by it’s built in Accelerometer. If you want to learn more here is a Wikipedia article on Accelerometer.
There is a very slim chance your Nokia Lumia 610C Accelerometer is damaged so the first step you need to take is check if the specific app you are using or even the Firmware of your Nokia Lumia 610 is not causing this problem. To check you need to activate diagnostics App in your mobile phone. If you don’t know how to activate diagnostic app in your mobile phone read this post How to Test and Diagnose Problems in Nokia Lumia 610C.
After opening Diagnostics App go to Accelerometer test option. Here you can see the values of X, Y and Z direction movements. You can not change any option here because it is not necessary. You will see a Ball in the middle of the screen which gives you the indicator. Move your phone in air, tilt it and simply wave it backward and forward. If you see the Ball in the middle of the screen move with the movement of your phone then the Accelerometer Sensor of your Nokia Lumia 610C is functioning and you don’t need to open your phone up, just install the latest available Flash File of your phone and hopefully your phone will start working again.
Here is a Flowchart explaining the same procedure I mentioned above. If the Accelerometer does not work in the Diagnostic test then replace the Accelerometer with a new one. Nokia Lumia 610 and Lumia 610C Accelerometer Sensor is also marked in the flowchart.
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