saamyandroid wrote:Thanks ,
N wthat is the use of Following keywords in
["unspecified" | "user" | "behind" |"sensor" | "nonsensor"]
From http://developer.android.com/guide/topi ... ement.html
"unspecified" The default value. The system chooses the orientation. The policy it uses, and therefore the choices made in specific contexts, may differ from device to device.
"landscape" Landscape orientation (the display is wider than it is tall).
"portrait" Portrait orientation (the display is taller than it is wide).
"user" The user's current preferred orientation.
"behind" The same orientation as the activity that's immediately beneath it in the activity stack.
"sensor" The orientation determined by a physical orientation sensor. The orientation of the display depends on how the user is holding the device; it changes when the user rotates the device.
"nosensor" An orientation determined without reference to a physical orientation sensor. The sensor is ignored, so the display will not rotate based on how the user moves the device. Except for this distinction, the system chooses the orientation using the same policy as for the "unspecified" setting.