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  1. groucho69
    Well you just bought that Zishan so you have that to look forward to. Heal quickly.
     
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  2. majo123
    Indeed will take a few weeks to come though but looking forward to it... And thanks.
     
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  3. HungryPanda
    WOW:





     
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  4. groucho69
    I really know what you are going through. Many years ago I had DVT after surgery on my toe. Not pleasant at all. A few years ago I was lame after getting off the plane from Jamaica to home. Somehow I did in the medial cartilage. Just when I was getting back to normal after that surgery I slipped on ice and broke my right patella and badly bruised the left. Took a year plus for the bruise to heal. The right knee still wasn't right (like gears grinding) and I finally convinced the doc to send me for an MRI and what do you know he see's a floating object. After the surgery for that he tells me that he couldn't find the floaty but that I needed more cartilage removed. Meanwhile after walking hobbled for abut 3 years it affected my left hip as well. There is more as well but who cares? But at least I'm ambulatory.
     
  5. SpeakerBox
    Yup! Getting old can be tough. I am a runner and am having hip problems. I have had to cut back on running and walking my Yellow Lab. Sometimes it throbs in the middle of the night to the point where I have to get up and move around. But what do I expect at 63? Just do the best I can I guess.
     
  6. majo123
    Mines the right too and excruciating climbing stairs etc, I have a fair threshold of pain, I'm the type of guy who gets on with it probably to the point that I should of gone a long time ago to get it looked at... But this knee cartilage thing is not good at all
     
  7. jerick70
    Dude I hope you get better soon. Knee problems are no fun.
     
  8. majo123
    thanks dude, my next scan isn't until November then I will know if operation or not... Got a bit of a wait... Hey ho though could be worse.
     
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  9. DBaldock9
    One of my Sources is a Google Nexus 7 (2013) Tablet - which, now that I've installed LineageOS 15.1 (Android Oreo 8.1), has the ability to transmit BT LDAC to my Radsone ES100 or Shanling M0.
    .
    Is anyone else running LineageOS 15.1 on your Android device?
    Which Launcher are you using?
    .
    Recently (within the last week), an update, or combination of updates, has broken Auto Screen Rotate.
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    My configuration consists of -
    Google Nexus 7 (2013) Tablet, with unlocked Bootloader / TWRP Recovery
    LineageOS 15.1 (Android Oreo 8.1)
    Rooted with Magisk, and running Gravity Box in Xposed Framework (Systemless)
    Using Action Launcher 3
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    So far, I've found 4 places where Auto Rotation is mentioned in settings:
    Android > Settings > Display > Advanced > Rotation settings > Auto-rotate screen = Enabled for 0, 90, 180, 270 degrees
    Android > Settings > Display > Advanced > Rotation settings > Rotate lock screen = Enabled
    Android > Settings > Accessibility > Auto-rotate screen = Enabled (This is the same as the Auto-rotate screen above.)
    Action Launcher > Settings > Appearance > Screen orientation = Auto-rotate
    Gravity Box > Display tweaks > Allow all rotations = Enabled
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    I've also appended these two lines to the bottom of the /system/build.prop file -
    log.tag.launcher_force_rotate=VERBOSE
    lockscreen.rot_override=true
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    I've tried various combinations of enabling / disabling the settings, and I've found that -
    If Screen Orientation = Auto-rotate in Action Launcher, the Home Screen and Apps are always in Portrait mode - no matter what the other settings are.
    If Screen Orientation = Landscape in Action Launcher, and Auto-rotate screen = Disabled, then the Home Screen is in Landscape mode, but the Apps are in Portrait mode.
    If Screen Orientation = Landscape in Action Launcher, and Auto-rotate screen = Enabled for 0, 90, 180, 270 degrees, then the Home Screen and Apps are in Landscape mode.
    .
    I've booted into Recovery, and cleared the Dalvik Cache and App cache (several times), and even tried uninstalling / reinstalling Action Launcher.
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    I'd certainly appreciate any suggestions for settings to try, and/or Apps to install / remove, to resume normal Screen Auto-rotation on my Nexus 7 Tablet. Thanks!
     
  10. groucho69
    I always hold the hand rail on stairs. Never know when the knee might stall or lock and I've had to catch myself many times.
     
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  11. majo123
    I'm worried because im actually quite active, dog walking, kayaking, my job... Im only 50 don't want it to change my life style...but hey fingers crossed operation and a bit of weight loss will solve it
     
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  12. groucho69
    Ah you'll get through it. Be back to chasing dogs and women in no time.
     
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  13. DBaldock9
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  14. jerick70
    That's a long wait. Hopefully your issue resolves itself.

    I've had various knee problems. I had my ACL replaced a few years ago from a skiing accident. My other knee is starting to buckle when I walk lately. I may have done something to it in Skiing too. The doc didn't look at the other knee. I don't want to be down again with surgery. I'll just deal with it.
     
    Last edited: Jul 14, 2019
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  15. mbwilson111
    Everyone should use the handrail. Be safe.
     

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