For those that own the new smartphone by Samsung, it’s a good idea to know how to make screen rotate on Note 9 and Note 8. This is important for those that don’t know how to rotate screen on Samsung Note 8 when you turn the phone around. Some people say that they can’t make screen rotate and the camera is showing buttons upside.
There are a few reasons that this could be happening. The first is that you probably have lock screen on Note 8 or Note 9 turned on so the screen can’t rotate. The other could be a gyroscope/accelerometer issue that stops the screen from rotating.
The first thing that we recommended that you do is to make sure that the lockscreen feature is disabled and allows you to rotate the screen of Samsung Note 9 and Note 8.
The other solution to this would be to update your phone to the newest software as it can fix any software bugs that you may be having. You can follow the instructions below to learn how to make screen rotate on Samsung Note 9 and Note 8.
How to turn screen rotation ON and OFF on Samsung Note 9 and Note 8
- Power on your Note 8 or Note 9;
- Go to the Home screen;
- Select on the Apps icon in the lower-right side of the screen;
- Tap on Settings;
- Tap on Display and Wallpaper;
- Select the option that says “Screen rotation switch” that’ll allow you to turn it OFF or ON.
The Samsung Note 8 and Note 9 comes with something called 3D Accelerometer Rotation and is what allows you to rotate the screen of your smartphone. When you have the Screen Rotation disabled, this allows the phone to move horizontal to vertical or from vertical to horizontal.
Hopefully after you’ve followed the steps above, you’ll know how to rotate screen on Samsung Note 9 and Note 8.