The Droid Guy. If you are one of the unlucky S10 users with this problem, learn what to do to fix this issue. Follow our troubleshooting steps below to start. All one needs to do when auto-rotation stops working for some reason is to turn auto-rotation off, then perform a soft reset. This should refresh the system and clear the RAM. As mentioned, this works with older Samsung Galaxy phones in the past. Android uses a system cache, which is stored in the cache partition, to load apps quickly.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab flips the screen orientation to landscape or portrait based on how you are holding the device. How do I unlock the screen? No I use a program called guitar tap pro. When playing a song the screen advances upwards to show the next verses it did a great job up until about a month ago. Now the screen just jerks ahead at a very slow rate. How can I fix this. This tablet was returned to the factorywithin days of purchasing it for other issues. Is this the tabletsfault. The reason I purchased the tablet was to run thiis program. No the problem has not gone away the title page is vertical the pages go horizontal when I turn the tablet horizontal the screen goes black.
The reason for this failure can be for different reasons. Sometimes a simple reboot will do the job. If the screen rotation is already on try turning it off and then on again. Another reason why your Android device is not auto rotating is either because the G-sensor or the accelerometer is malfunctioning. First, run some tests to see if your sensors are indeed malfunctioning.
Subscriber Account active since. Your Samsung Galaxy S10 knows when you are holding your phone horizontally in "landscape mode" and can rotate the screen to make better use of the phone's orientation. Not every app supports this auto rotate feature, and it's hard to predict which apps rotate and which don't. But most apps that would seem to benefit from rotation, like web browsers and photo apps, do rotate automatically, as long as the Galaxy S10 's Auto rotate feature is turned on. If your phone is not rotating when you turn the phone sideways, make sure that it's enabled. Swipe down from the top of the screen to display the Control Center. Swipe a second time to reveal all icons. Make sure that "Auto rotate" is enabled — the icon is blue and labeled "Auto rotate. The "Auto rotate" button can be confusing to find since its name changes to "Portrait" when it's disabled. If the screen doesn't appear to be rotating automatically, test it in an app that you know supports auto rotation, like Chrome or Samsung Internet.