By Darcy LaCouvee November 28, 2008 0 0 0 159 Praise be to the gods of open source. It appears that some smart fella has put together an app for the T-Mobile G1 that handles automatic screen rotation based on the accelerometer instead of only rotating the screen when the keyboard is exposed. Sweet.Advertisement That should make a lot of folks happy as they are web browsing and doing things on their G1s (the browser doesn’t support the auto-rotate function). Better yet, the app also gives you a way to reboot your phone or to remount the Linux /system directory as read/write or read-only – something useful for people digging around a bit more than the typical user. The needed software is available from the DroidSans website. You can see a video of the app in action after the jump. 0 0 0 previous postOpera Mini 4.2 now available for Android phonesnext postUnlocked Android phones having issues with ShopSavvy?