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[attachment=327234:Screenshot_2013-02-08-17-01-08.png]

The Symbol that looks like a sync symbol, the 2 circular arrows in a circle.

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Auto rotation.

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That's auto-sync. Basically, when that's off, you're restricting any accounts on your device from automatically syncing. If it's on, then your accounts will be able to sync.

@ Open Minded: Auto-rotate uses this symbol:
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I believe it's Google sync services. If turned on your calendar, mail, contacts, etc will be synced with your Google account.

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[quote name='Open Minded' timestamp='1360343351' post='595510174']
Auto rotation.
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I thought it might have been rotation lock, I tried it and it's not.

[quote name='KRazpopov' timestamp='1360343416' post='595510180']
That's auto-sync. Basically, when that's off, you're restricting any accounts on your device from automatically syncing. If it's on, then your accounts will be able to sync.
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Ah right thank you.

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Posted

Mine is auto rotation. Darn custom ROM!

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It took me forever to figure that out too.

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That's the auto background sync.

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