10-01-2015 11:11 PM - edited 10-01-2015 11:16 PM
I did a clean update to Windows 10 Home. I installed all the drivers and everything is working fine except for: auto rotate and the Windows button (the capacitive button under the screen).
I have no idea how the capacitive windows button functions within the Windows system (does it need a driver, is it natively supported by Windows, etc) so I am not sure what to even try to fix it. So anything you can do to even point me in the right direction would be most appreciative.
On the auto-rotate:
Now I saw in another thread here on the Miix 3, to use sensor drivers from HP. I am not familiar enough with Lenovo's product range to know if the Miix 3 and the Miix 2 11" share the same sensor hardware, does anyone know if they do and if, so, would that HP driver solution work for my Miix 2 11"? If not, is there any other solution I can try?
09-29-2017 09:58 AM
I have a Miix 2 11" and the autoupdate forced my Lenovo to install the windows 10 creators update last wednesday (27. Sep. `17).
Since than the autorotate functionability doesn't work anymore. And all the normal ways don't work, as klicking the button in the infobox at the right side of the screen, or in the settings app, or the registry entry "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\AutoRotation" setting it to 0 or 1.
I tried a LOT, and after 3 Days of searching and trying I found this app minutes ago:
It is made to show you how your sensors work. Nice.
But now to the weird-amazing part: The autorotate function is WORKING ! ! !
But only as long as the app is running. When you close the sensorInfoApp the screen stays rotated as it was and won't rotate anymore automaticaly.
I guess it is on Microsoft (or Lenovo?) to find out what this app is enabling under the hood and making it an update or telling us where and how to do it by ourself. *hint hint*