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Theres tons of apps which do it.. I used Rotation Control one time and it was alright.. didnt work perfectly for a couple devices but worked never the less.
After the Home app update, I thought it'd be nice to be able to control the devices on the computer.
Sicne there is no Home app for Windows or web (there should be!), I had to try this.
CPU consumption (AMD A8-5600K): 3-5%
RAM consumption: 80MB
Note: sluggishness on the video due to screen recording. It actually works fast on a medium specs computer.
You can use rotation control on android and keep it vertical. The interface is a little annoying, but the game looks great. Good for scaping at work.
Edit: This app
I use the Force Rotation Android app. Run it, start the service, and choose the orientation in the notification it sends. As far as I know you're out of luck on iOS
Edit: Here's a video tutorial now that it finally finished uploading [link]
What exactly are you looking for?
The screens are still built-in "upside down" and this can't be changed because all OP5 devices need to use the same software+kernel and there is code in the kernel which flips display output by 180°.
Every OP5 has this. Some see it, some don't, some are bothered by it, some aren't.
As you are using the OP3, install this app and flip your screen by 180°.
Check for yourself. If you see jelly scrolling on the OP3 this way, you will also see it on the OP5.
I notice it on my OP3 and it certainly looks weird, but I don't know if it would bother me on the long run.
I downloaded an app called rotation control. If you pull down the notification bar an hit the shield button and the landscape button it works. [link]
Edit: [link] as I play around with it, menus are a little funky but you can just swap back to portrait mode by pulling the notification bar down again.
Here's the link to the one I use:
It's lightweight, places a nice clean bar in the notification panel with very clear buttons to change the screen orientation. If the orientation doesn't change (usually bc the app you're using prevents orientation changes), there is also a button to override your app and force the change.
But yeah a rotation control app is probably the best option if your gramps doesn't want to switch to a new slots app. I hope it works out for ya
The auto-rotation on my 2013 stopped working consistently about 6 months ago. Since then I've been using a manual rotation control widget that sits in the notification bar and it works great.
Not as elegant as auto rotation but it gets the job done.
Portrait mode made possible by installing an app called "Rotation Control" [link]
Close RS Mobile, enable rotation control, portrait mode WITH guard enabled. Start RS Mobile!
Hey, just wanted you to know it does work. Download the app and make sure you turn it on, close the runescape app, and then re-open it. Make sure you have the shield looking symbol and the vertical phone symbol selected. I'll get a screenshot and show you.
On the menu in the notification bar, make sure the shield button is pressed and the portrait mode button, works pretty damn good tbh
In regards to the video thing, if you look at videos of screens you will see weird effects with the refresh rate and the colours, especially older screens. Sometimes the camera refresh rate isn't in sync with the screen being recorded, this used to show as progressive black lines down the screen. There also used to be issues of where the camera was sourced and where you were filming as the AC power cycle was out of sync with the camera causing flickering shots under artificial lighting.
It is very understandable that a video of the screen could exacerbate the jelly effect.
Now in regards to the jelly issue.
Basically every OP5 has it. The screen is mounted upside down so every phone will have it.
Whether you notice the effect is a matter entirely.
And even if you do notice it, whether it bothers you is a different matter entirely.
A 5T will be an incremental upgrade, to mount the screen properly would probably require a redesign and rebuilding the internals and they simply will not do that for an incremental upgrade.
I'd be surprised if it doesn't require redesigning the internals, but if it doesn't then they might do it - but still unlikely unless they change the screen like from the 3 to 3T.
If you can stomach it try this app
It allows you to set your screen orientation however you want, obviously works best with onscreen buttons.
See if you notice it and if you do, if it bothers you enough to not want the phone.
Are you on Android or iOS? If you're on android, I recommend an app called Rotation Control. It allows you to rotate your screen 180°, meaning you can hold your phone upside down. I had a similar problem to yours when I had my old phone and this worked well as a temporary fix until I got my current one.
Edit: I should have realised that you must be on android if you're using an OTG cable.
This is my go to: Rotation Control by CrapeMyrtle
It can for screen rotation whether an app likes it or not. This isn't always good.
Edit: Ooh. I missed the part about the lock screen. It doesn't do that.
Anything as simple as this?
Rotation Control app from the Play Store.
Rotation Control from notification area...
Try out a few apps from the store to get exactly what you require...
I typed in landscape shortcut
I made this quick video demo for someone might as well post it here: [link]
Rotation Control app
set landscape+guard option
use "2D" starting screen (in game option) to eliminate the blur (if you have).
gameplay works great.
I use it for reversed portrait (180 degrees) also tested landscape.
In case if you don't find keyboard alternative, you can use rotation control app. Whenever, you need to click on bottom part, just rotate your screen using this app.
Yup, I force the rotation sometimes(with this app) just to check if the menus have been fixed. Haven't tried on the new buggy 0.71.0 yet.
For the rotation control, I prefer to use Rotation Control. The app is completely free to use and contains pretty much all the essentials to manually rotate the display, along with a button to force the rotation. Here is the link: [link]
There's MultiStar in Good Lock per u/CedDavo and Minstrel09 which works with most things and Rotation Control per u/PeterDrago50, prefer this Rotation Control myself which has worked with everything I've used thus far.
try downloading this rotation control app that lets you control the rotation in any orientation and lock it. if you have a not so great phone or an old phone or a budget phone, you might drop some frames while this app is running in the background
On Android, this game does its resolution and measurements upon starting the game, so once its started... those measurements won't change.
So trying to rotate the game after its been loaded already will just make it sideways.
Instead, what you have to do is ensure that the game is opened sidways.
For this, we typically use a Screen Rotation app like: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol&hl=en_US&gl=US
Apps like this can "force" your device to be a specific orientation. This way, when you open the game, landscape will be used for the measurements.
You can use the app Rotation Control. A combination of the settings in that you can force it to go to portrait (a little counter-intuitive but use the Guard Mode with Auto Rotation mode in the app and it'll work).
This app worked on mine, enable "Start controlling rotation" (and "Start onboot" if you wish), then in the notification center, select either landscape view, then tap the shield to force landscape-mode
Rotation Control on the Play Store
Haha, I literally just made a post about how to make any Android game work in Portrait mode! Essentially you can use Rotation Control to force just about any landscape game into portrait, or vice versa.
Reachability Cursor goes with it to make portrait games easier to play! (Edit: easier to play with one hand) In my post I linked to a video demonstration I made, so check it out if you're interested in how it actually works.
Anyway, for my actually list of suggestions:
Retro Shooting, The Trail, Tiny Pixel Farm, Dokdo, Age of 2048, Redungeon, Tower Fortress, The Battle of Polytopia, Leap Day, Beat Street, Postknight, Mekorama
This looks like (at least somewhat) WhatsApp's fault because the same feature of Signal works just fine. I've found a nice workaround for WhatsApp Web based on this random website; forcing WhatsApp into landscape orientation makes the scanner start working. Here's how to do that:
Download Rotation Control on your Atom
Open the app and enable "Start controlling rotation"
Find the sticky notification from Rotation Control and tap both the shield icon ��️ and the landscape icon with the R inside it.
Now you should be able to set up WhatsApp Web as normal. Then, uninstall Rotation Control and all is back to normal.
(cc /u/The_Human_Apparatus )
This app seems to work. You need to set portrait and also "guard" move to stop the rotation icon coming up. There are other similar sounding apps in the play store, but I'll let you research it. [link]
Try checking the settings. Long press the orientation lock quick setting to go to its options.
OR try using this app. My friend used it when top of his screen stopped working and it works flawlessly.
>What irritated me on the s5e is that I couldn’t use reddit app in landscape mode but on iOS I can.
Try using the app Rotation Control. It's what I use, and it's OK (not as great as a native app from Reddit that would support landscape, but serviceable).
Rotation Control - 4.90MB
It's great! I can't have the screen go into reverse portrait mode without it. Doing that is good because my charging port is on the bottom of the phone and it's much easier to hold it upside down when charging. It's also great for forcing apps to use the orientation that I want them to use.
if it seems to not work, try disabling and enabling the rotation lock when the game is open. good luck and enjoy!
If you click the shield icon, it will improve rotation quite a bit, and force it in apps that don't support rotation.
You can even make the screen rotate upside down, which is great for using the phone while charging.
Or you can use the other buttons to force the rotation in a certain orientation, or only allow rotation in certain ways.
I use the app Rotation Control to get around the screen orientation problem. It's not perfect since it needs manually enabling every time you want to use Vridge, but it works.
Thanks to this comment by /u/AtLeastJake on the OSRS reddit.
With an app called Rotation Control you can force apps to not rotate, and force your phone into any orientation you wish, allowing you to override Jagex's restrictions.
the settings you want on to do this are the 'guard mode' (prevents apps rotating the screen) and your orientation of choice - these can be changed within the notification drop down on Android.
Sorry iOS users, don't know if this is possible for you guys.
I took the screenshots using my S7 Edge in 1440p, max in game settings. The camera rotation is pretty janky in this mode, you have to be real slow with the rotations or it just goes wild.
Scaling can be weird sometimes but it works. You may need to open and close the client a few times too.
Edit: looks like you might have an iPhone, RIP
Not very tough to do.
I use an app called Rotation Control to do this: [link]
Edit: CC is buggy in portrait mode. I don't use that app generally for this game.
Probably doesnt work quite aswell as S9 because its a third party app but i used this on my old phone when the screen was cracked and it works
I prefer rotation control personally, it puts the controls in directly in a notification for easy access, and it has more settings. Auto-landscape is nice, as is being able to lock the setting on (eg. so you can force apps to rotate even when they wouldn't normally.)
The landscape issue can be solved using this app which forces apps to go landscape even if they weren't designed to. It works flawlessly with a lot of portrait only apps.
Any objections to using a separate app? If I'm understanding your request correctly, here's one that seems to be exactly what you're wanting:
With this app, I have mine set to auto-rotate landscape only. It rotates depending on orientation, but never to portrait mode.
Btw if someone it's wondering, no, it isn't a mod. I was just using this app that is pretty useful for some stuff, but I just wanted to use it on Mcpe for some reason
Idk if you know what Rotation Control is, but it's an app on the play store that gives the tools to force apps to rotate certain ways. It forces traditionally horizontal/vertical apps to switch to what ever orientation you want.
It won't work well in some games, it works well in others.
Dragalia Lost is a vertical orientated game but when forced to go horizontal you actually get a nice FOV increase.
Oldschool Runescape is a horizontal oriented game but forced to go vertical it actually functions pretty well.
You'll have to tinker around with both the Rotation Control app and what ever games you want to try.
I've been able to stop using it because Samsung has it baked into their OS now, but I would recommend it.
I've done this on android with an app called rotation control: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol&hl=en_CA&gl=US
The experience is... okay at best. The UI doesn't have any built in scaling so you get these very very tiny icons so anything to do with inventory is difficult. If they added native support for it where either one panel stretched across the entire bottom, or you could have two open side by side, I would be in love.
>Cons: Some Android software still isn't optimized for tablet. Internet sites still load mobile sites browsing on your browser.
Rotation Control helps with apps that don't want to do landscape. Yes MultiStar does as well but not always. Kiwi browser and one or two others allow you to display desktop mode by default.
Not got a Chromebook to confirm but I used to use this on an Android tablet to force apps to be rotated to full screen: [link] Might work?
To eliminate the display of some apps that only show in portrait mode, which I think is the major detractor to the android tablet experience, get Rotation Control and you'll be good to go.
Download this app, you can lock the screen to whatever orientation you want.
Basically everything works in landscape even if it doesn't want to.
if you download an app from playstore that control your rotation like that i think you can solve your problem. try it if it doesnt solve i dont know.
Depending on device you can already do this in your Android options to lock in Horizontal display. Otherwise try this:
Cygames delivers again with this beautifully modeled scenario. And a Nier Automata-like (as other frontpage post talked about) stage in his second phase. To me they look like Unity default textured cubes.
If Omega comes with other stages I promise I'll record a video to those interested too!
And as with my other widescreen video post, this was made using a free app called Rotation Control:
And again: playing dragalia in landscape mode is strange, I do not recommend. Really spaced out buttons + wonky menus. I just used this to record the video becuase
Great journey! I did exactly all those things 3 months ago :D. There are a few other things you may want to try that may help improve the experience:
Regardless, enjoy and have fun with you "new" Nexus 7 2020 :)
Ah that's a shame. See, the problem with Android and all these new displays with the camera cutout can make it difficult to optimize apps during development. I have another alternative you can try until they hopefully release an update. The Oculus app doesn't seem to be able to rotate in landscape but if you try the Rotation Control app, you can force the display to be in landscape or even upside down and this might help you out temporarily.
It's visible at 6% completion of the level and is only able to be seen in portrait more that I accessed using a 3rd party application. I used the app with a green icon, used the shield icon to override what the phone wants to do, then used the option that let's me rotate it any way I wish. The icons are right next to each other, the first one being the shield icon, the second one being the one that lets me rotate it in landscape or portrait. This method doesn't require root and I'm not sure if it works on any device except for android. The game is 100% playable in portrait mode, to my knowledge. I do not reccomend it for a way to play the game, as it provides nothing better than usual gameplay, in the landscape mode. It is a fun way to play the game, so do whatever you wish. Here is the Google play store link to the app I used: [link]
My new monitor has USC-C PD and a USB hub. I only need 1 cable to do everything. The future is awesome. Even if one doesn't have a desktop environment apps like Rotation Control help to alleviate some of the problems of trying to use mobile android as a desktop.
It's a bit of a different situation, but I recently wanted to use the Instagram app in landscape mode and found the "Rotation Control" app that basically can force some apps into landscape or otherwise, it works pretty well!
Here's the link: [link]
Hope it works for you!
On Android devices, you can use a third-party app such as Rotation Control to lock the screen rotation to horizontal/widescreen, meaning Dragalia won't be able to force the device into portrait orientation.
For Dragalia at least, it works best on large format tablets. On phones and smaller devices, the UI gets pretty messed up in my experience.
Recently got a new phone, was using Rotation control app to play vertically.
In my case, it doesn't work with Android 10, but did with 8. :(
This app contains ads and tracking. Instead I would like to suggest this app "Rotation Control" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol
Free, no ads, no tracking
I believe I wanted the same setup as you (wanted to play pinball fullscreen with the monitor mounted in portrait orientation) and had no luck using a modern version of Android. I'm not in front of it right now, but I believe I had to use an older build like Oreo and then a rotation app like Rotation Control.
I would've rather used something newer but I could not get anything to work and the older build didn't affect me much.
This is the one I use. Unless you have a huge phone or a tablet though, I find it more of a gimmick than actually useful.
For widgets, long press and empty space on the home screen and then select widgets on the bottom. Also, check out Rotation Control on the Play Store. I use it so I can use landscape mode on all of my apps out of DeX Mode. Works amazing, free and no ads.
Relatable. Or it was until I installed Rotation Control.
Why tf did imgur tag this screenshot?
just another app must-have to manage directly the screen(s)rotation... https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol&hl=en_AU
Very useful as including a titles panel for the quick access.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol&hl=es I use this one, select Start controlling rotation and then Select the last option, then i open/completely restart DL and it works
I am using this app for the rotation control. :)
Here is what I use. Simple and clean interface
Use rotation control to play any game in portrait mode. You must enable rotation control before starting up the game and see orientation to portrait and touch that armor button to lock the screen into portrait.
After that any game you open will launch in portrait mode. Some games handle this well, others simply play in center of your screen. It looks nice and definitely works. I recommend you give it a try and see if your games are playable with it.
Rotation Control: [link]
I'm using Rotation Control to force all apps into landscape mode, my tablet case is why.
I'm obsessed with this topic for some reason. I just posted on here about two apps you can use to make any landscape game work in portrait mode! Essentially you can use Rotation Control to force just about any landscape game into portrait, or vice versa.
Reachability Cursor goes with it to make portrait games WAY easier to play with one hand (or small hands!). In my post I linked to a video demonstration I made, so check it out if you're interested in how it actually works.
If anyone wants to try this on their phone, this app has a feature to force automatic rotation for apps that don't rotate to landscape automatically [link]
I'm working on a platform that runs exclusively in landscape orientation. However, I'm trying to integrate some 3rd party applications that are locked in portrait mode so they're pretty much unusable. I did some research and I found this app that somehow converts portrait-locked applications into landscape. I've been brainstorming and I haven't been able to come up with any ideas as to what they might have done to accomplish this.
Does anyone have any ideas or recommendations about what I could do to accomplish something similar?
I wouldn't say it drastically makes controlling easier but it helps
Only thing is it makes the game look like ass but its playable
You can try using "rotation control" app for your issue. Link- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol&hl=en_IN
Rotation Control will let you play vertically
Draw on screen might be helpful in some circumstances
Not sure if there's much else
You can use third party app for 180° rotation. Just it would be not easy to use it for calls and taking pics.
For example this app I'm using myself for similar purpose - [link]
I'm using bluestack, you can go into the setting of bluestack and change the resolution. However, I suggestion downloading Rotation Control app: [link] to make the game in landscape mode. It looks really good [link]
This is achievable and playable (although text and stuff can be somewhat small) with a third party all called Rotation control (android app).
All you do is open the app, then open runescape and boom, you're done!
I use this [link]
This app with the right settings will solve your problem. You dont need to install a new launcher.
Use this one: [link] and force portrait from the notification bar.
If you go to the desktop or some other apps, it will switch to landscape or whatever. But Home app should stick to portrait.
Are you looking for a way to lock the screen orientation to landscape? Maybe you're looking for an app like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol
Actually I managed to solve the problem by using an auxiliary app: Rotation Control. The other ones I tried did not work as well. Anyway, this app has a "per app" control setting and I did just that for Nova launcher and sesame and set up the option "landscape sensor" that means landscape but it can flip 180 deg if you flip the device. Otherwise there is also autorotate mode that flips the device in any direction.
Well with this setting things work like a charm. The sesame search looks gorgeous! Thanks a lot, you guys.
It always goes back to not working after a month so I got bored of trying and just use this app to change the rotation manually
Rotation Control. And, yeah, I play with it left on at all times -- having always played in landscape I'm just more comfortable with it.
download this app
then set your emulator (I recommend KOPLAYER, fastest one in my experience vs Nox/Bluestacks) to your monitor resolution, and use the app to lock to landscape mode, then launch dokkan
Mine's done the same - I figure the MIMO chip has disconnected from the antenna(?) on the back cover and it's just a matter of pulling off the cover and trying to reattach. My phone's buried in a SlimArmor case so can't be bothered.
I've installed this app to control my screen rotation manually: [link]
Biggest downside is that no matter what setting I use, photos come out in portrait and I have to manually rotate them afterwards.
Google releases beta versions of the updates for the nexus and pixel phones, you have to apply these manually or join the beta program to even receive them. If you don't know what this is, it's unlikely that you were on a beta / developer preview version of android. If you want to be sure, post the build number of android on your phone. Settings -> about phone...
If the sensor is actually fried, you'll have to use an app to manually rotate it.
I would still at least try to factory reset the thing though.
Another trick you might try is using a program like rotation control and force it sideways.
I liked to use it to take landscape pictures of my city when I used to take all the gyms in my view around my house.
IIRC I also had to enable developer features and force all apps to be resizable.
This is my goto. Has a force override mode, which can cause problems with games, but since it's a quick toggle in notifications, not a huge issue.
Bonus, doesn't require special permissions.
Try Rotation Control, it lets you set whichever fixed orientation you want. I have it and it's useful for even more than VR.
Is this guide not in Megathread?
Can you please add Rotation Control to the list?
It got the same functions as Rotation - Orientation Manager, but it's free.
There are apps that will force or disable rotation in specific apps. You may want to check the Play Store.
I used to use this: [link]
to rotate my screen. I'm not currently in a position to check out whether this works for dialler but you can give it a shot. As far as I remember, it did rotate absolutely everything to the desired position.
This is the one I use. It's not that bad but I don't know all the settings. I just run it and it puts a notification in the bar that allows you to pick whatever orientation you want.
You can try this app [link]
The app forces your phone orientation to stay horizontal/vertical or upside down, depending on what you chose via the notification bar
Click the shield icon in notification once you start it and set it to portrait and start RS
Rotation control. I use it too.
Edit: here you go
How to (Android):
Download Rotation Control and set the icons to the shield and portait mode like this
Go to Twitch app and click cogwheel at the top for settings and enable pop out mode
Open Oldschool Runescape and should be fine from there
This game surprisingly works pretty well with forced portrait mode, you even can switch to landscape without restarting (screen transitions can fix some graphical glitches). Here's how the title screen and home screen look like. 3D MVs looks fabulous except distortions on near camera stuffs.
If you want to try it out here's the app I used to force screen orientation. Note that it might not work well in Android 10 because of added restriction on app overlays.
Naturally won't, but in Android you can use some tricks to force a landscape mode. For me it's this Rotation Control app
Try the Rotation Control app. I use it to flip TT2 so my charging cable is on top.
Photos on Instagram are correct way when I tried it with phone upside down, Using Rotation Control apo
There is an app called "rotation control" that allows you to do this, and it doesn't need root. Link: [link]
[link] make sure you have guard mode on
I recommend rotation control: [link]
You can download apps like rotation control to switch force every apps into landscape mode. Here is one for android
Problem has been addressed by some dev's, here' one Rotation Control.
Rotation Control will allow you to rotate any app, any way you want.
I downloaded an app
Polecam, przydaje się też w innych sytuacjach
Use this app, it gives you a notification to control the rotation including all available angles.
This app works well for me. It hides it's controls in the notification shade, which is useful:
I use this app to set screen rotation
It is actually called Rotation Control, my bad. Fixed in my original comment.
Here is the link: [link]
It's not a bug
Found it in the Google Play Store. It's called Rotation Control.
Here's the link for it. [link]
Would have been nice if you shared it with the rest.
Get this app to solve your problem:
This is the one app to resolve the issue:
I have used it for years.
If you need help with it, let me know.
Try Rotation Control, you can force rotation in any app by pressing the shield.
I use this app: [link]
There are a few apps that can help with this. I’ve used this one in the past: [link]
This app does a pretty good job of forcing apps to rotate when you want them to.
Use an app that forces screen orientation. I use Rotation Control
if you have an android phone, this works for me: [link]
I use this app to be able to manually lock the screen in a certain position: [link]
This is nice
I use one called Rotation Control Pro, but this free one works: [link]
You can, use rotation control.
See if Rotation Control will help. It's what I use since my sensor failed and won't auto rotate.
I use this one on my Pixel C if I need to force apps to load in landscape when it's docked
Here, this'll do it
You will find this app extremely useful! [link]
I am using this one: [link]
If you're looking for a workaround, Rotation Control is a great app.
I used this app and my device is a 2021 moto g power
Here's what I used to have. Check the most recent comments for the Android 11 lack of support
You can do this on android with some apps, like [link]
Don't know. I use Rotation Control and have yet to run into an app that it doesn't work on.
Rotation Control makes it better.
Thanks for your help! Downloading Rotation Control did indeed work.
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> You can control screen orientation from notification area easily.
You also can prevent the other application from changing screen orientation.
The following rotation modes are available.
- Guard: this application prevents the other application from changing screen orientation.
Have you tried rotation control? (app)
It seems to work with vanced.
I'm also having this issue, but I'm glad to see that Google told u/ezslosberg they were patching it soon. Did they let you know via support chat?
In the meantime, I recommend https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol&hl=en_US&gl=US, which can add a persistent notification like this:
...which allows you to force an orientation on demand.
Vertical mode was available the day after release if you tried hard enough. You can use this as well on android.
Rotation Control: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol - it works for me as expected.
Rotation control [link]
I explained this above, under other comment. But in short, I used this app
Probably have to sideload "Rotation Control" app
try this [link]
I use this one without any issues
Try this app
I use this app to force YT music into landscape:
This is the one I use, if your on Apple you'll need to look yourself as my devices are all Android
I use my phone upside because the headphone jack and charging port is on the bottom. I use this app [link]
I use this app here which adds a notification you can use anywhere.
I use this app to achieve what your looking for
This --rotation control (free no ads)-- is an excellent work around.
There are some apps that can force the rotation, this one is my favourite:
you can try this app
make sure you lock it to landscape
use "rotation control" application
You can use this app to force screen orientation.
Just use this app
Here download this it can force ur screen to rotate in any orientation
You can try to use apps that force it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.crape.rotationcontrol
Rotation control apps like this may be able to force the device to stay in a specific screen orientation.
Here is what I use:
You could try this app:
I edited my original comment based upon your feedback.
This is a good rotation app for Android.
I used this app [link]
I've used this on a different model phone for different reasons, but maybe it'll help you. [link]
You can try using one of those rotation lock apps which force an orientation. For example this one.
I used this : [link]
If you can force landscape, it's more tolerable..
[link] works my netbook.
Try this app, Rotation Control. I don't use youtubettv, but it forces other apps that I use into landscape.
I like using Rotation Control for that. There are many other apps like that, of course, but this one is my choice.
Just make sure the portait icon and shield are on when you start the app
Not exactly what you are looking for but this might help
No but try this app.
Used this instead: [link]
or Rotation Control
rotation control? [link]
You can use Rotation Control to play in Landscape to get rid of them as well.
Use an app that forces rotation. Try this one
Greek can get this app, it lets him pick whatever orientation and locks it to that
Yes, that app is so nice. Play Store link
This is a nice one that is free, also the one I use
Of course! With this app!
I just did a quick test, and this one works. Just put it in guard mode (and landscape) once the game has loaded: [link]
You could use Rotation Control. I also use Google's Clock app for its Daydream
> I haven't found a way to get 180 degree screen rotation for my G5+ .
Just force your phone into landscape mode.
This app will do it (assuming you're on Android):
For your smaller gripe:
Rotation Control has become an essential app for me now. Gives a lot more options for rotation.
I recommend a more recent one, Rotation Control, if you're concerned about the aesthetics, but it is a bigger download.
I had to use this when my n5's gyroscope shat the bed. Rotation control
There is an app in play store " rotation controller " it's decent and do want you want to fix rotate problem
Try a third party app to force the screen lock.
Here's one, [link]
I'm sure there are many others
This link has an example, or just search it in the play store and see which one you like the best!
This app should work fine: [link]
This app prevents other apps from controlling display rotation.
You can also play CGSS with a vertical screen :-)
try this :) there are many rotation control/lock apps in the market, this looks like its the "newest" though.
I use a manual rotating app. This one has good reviews [link]
Hi using rotation control to force all apps into landscape mode, my tablet case is why., I'm dad.
Here you go: [link]
There are many apps, that allow you doing this.
I think there's even a developer option for that.
Why are you being so ignorant? I don't get it.