With full flap the manual approach Learjet has full nose down trim with full flap, it needs the iPad to be held nearly horizontal above the head. To recover partially, the autopilot can be used to wind the trim back in a constant altitude hold mode with the full flap extended. With autopilot off and full flap or 2nd stage flap in use the Learjet is then more controllable during a landing. In this state zero flap selection causes full opposite trim and needs the iPad to be held nearly horizontal below the head.
This does not affect Android.
Could the Learjet 45 pedestal trim override switch be made functional? It does move but has no effect. The lack of trim makes the excellent mobile Aero Learjet less enjoyable.