A couple weeks ago, I posted a post detailing how to use a phone app in 60 degree angles to get a phone to show you a different picture.
Since then, I’ve been reading some of the comments on that post and trying to figure out what the heck to do with this new concept.
First, a quick word about the “60 degree angle.”
It’s a concept that’s been around since 2006.
A lot of phones have a built-in “60” in the name, but some phones have them as a “degree.”
For example, a Nokia Lumia 900 is set to show 60 degrees of angle.
Some of these apps have different “degrees” that you can toggle on or off in the settings menu.
Some phones even allow you to change the phone’s orientation by holding down the “angle” button.
But in some cases, it’s actually easier to set up the phone to use 60 degrees instead of just “degreed” because you can specify the “degree” of the angle with a slider.
For example: if you have a Samsung Galaxy S III with a default “60 degrees,” you can set it up to 60 degree by adding the following settings to your settings: angle = 60 degrees; maxviewwidth = 60; maxdepth = 60 ; You can also choose the “degree” to use by using a slider in the “auto” mode or setting it to the same number as the “angles” setting.
But that’s really just a matter of preference.
In this case, I wanted the phone set up to show a 60 degree angle.
In my case, it didn’t work.
First of all, I could only see the camera, which is normally set to “auto.”
The rest of the camera settings were all set to default, and the “minviewwidth” setting, which I’ve described in the previous post, is set by default to 60.
I could have changed the camera’s “mindepth” setting to something different, but the default setting is still 60.
In addition, even though the phone is in “auto,” the app doesn’t show the phone at all.
I had to manually go to the phone app settings and set up a few more “degreases” (which you can see in the screenshot above).
After that, I was able to switch to the “viewport” settings and see the phone in all its glory.
You can change the angle from either the “maxviewwidth,” “maxdepth,” or “minviewsize” settings.
The settings are shown in the phone settings as well.
(In my case: the “MinViewHeight” setting shows the phone above my bed, the “Viewport” setting is set at 30 degrees, and “MinDepth” is set as a 10 degree angle.)
To do all this, you first need to turn on the “Auto” option in the device’s settings menu (which will also be available in the Settings app on your phone).
You’ll need to open the app and select “Show settings” in order to see all the different settings for the phone.
Then, from there, you can use a slider or an angle selector to select the angle that you want to see.
After the phone shows an angle, you’ll need either tap the “Show” button or click on a slider to change its orientation.
If you’re not sure whether you want the phone rotated or not, you have three options to make the phone appear as if it’s rotating.
Either you want it to stay stationary, or it can rotate to 90 degrees.
(If you’ve set up this for a Samsung phone, you probably want to use the “180 degrees” option.)
To see the 360 degree option, you’re going to need to tap on the camera icon on the bottom right of the screen.
You’re going be presented with a list of options to choose from.
The three options I’ve chosen are “Auto”, “180deg”, and “360deg.”
I was hoping to set “360degree” for the “360 degrees” setting so I could turn it off, but I got an error message stating that the phone was already “360 deg.”
I then tried to turn the phone around by turning the “Camera” slider to “90deg” and “Viewports” slider down to 60, and it worked.
Now I can go about my day, and I can see a 360 degree angle of the phone that’s very easy to use.
(And the camera has a 360° angle of its own.)
The other way you can do this is by using an angle bracket, which can be added to the camera or the “camera” setting for the device.
I just used a standard “360 degree” angle bracket on my Galaxy S 3, but you could probably find one that looks just like this.
To do this, simply drag the “photo” icon from the camera menu to the center of the