Turning iPod doesn't rotate screen

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by MikeonTV, Apr 28, 2008.

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    MikeonTV

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    when I turn my ipod touch 90 degrees (CW or CCW) the screen and keypad to not switch to wide view. It does happen some (maybe 10%) of the time. Am I turning it wrong?

    1.1.4. ipod touch 8GB ziphone broken
     
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    mkrishnan

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    I find my iPhone responds much more consistently if I turn it while it's not horizontal -- it doesn't have to be vertical, but it isn't very sensitive in the horizontal plane. So try just tipping it up a little bit when you turn it.
     
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    PMB

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    If the keyboard is up, it will not rotate, you need to tap done, than rotate
     
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    linden

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    happens with me to. I find it harder to rotate outside.
     
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    Fliping ipod touches

    :mad: it bugs the crap out of me!! mine wont turn at all!!!!! and im so used to the large ipad keypad, the verticle ipod touch is so small, so i try to turn it, but it doesnt work at all!!!! if anyone knows, plz tell me:confused:
     
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    avit

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    Nice bump. Please make your own thread.
     
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    spillproof

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    Oh god no. No more threads on this "issue", please. :)
     
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    ! sorry about my languge becuse i am not english.

    you have to do this:
    1.duble klick on home butten then go to right side ( music ).
    2.there is a butten on the right.
    3.push it.

    now you can rotete tour screen.
    :)
    :)
     
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    This function can be turn on or off in many applications.
     
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    wordoflife

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    I'm pretty sure autorotate only works in a few select apps in 1.x
     
  11. Lacemaker427, May 16, 2013
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    Blah, blah, blah, and FYI

    I just experimented on Notes (native) and Week Calendar (purchased) and it rotated like a dream in both with the keyboard up. I'm not sure what you are talking about. Do you have an app that refuses to allow rotation in that circumstance? If so, what is the name of that app?

    FYI: The simplest way to verify if you have the screen rotation lock on or off is to look at the upper right hand corner of your screen to the left of the battery icon. If the lock is engaged, you wil see a circle arrow with a tiny lock inside it. I won't repeat how to disengage the lock as its been stated repeatedly in this thread.
     
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    The poster you replied to made the post 5 years ago. You know what the newest iPod touch was then? The original one. Newest OS? iPhone OS 1. Now? We're at iOS 6. Think before you reply to a five year old post.
     
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    Thank you for your kind suggestion, however, "think" is inaccurate -- "look" would be more appropriate in this situation.
     
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    I'm not going to argue with someone who doesn't know how long it's been since 2008 ended.
     
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    I think you are wise not to argue. Well done!
     
  16. macrumors newbie

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    lock orientation

    ppl i had this prob too for ios 7.0.4, its simple, firstly turn on your options in control center in settings,then lock your i"device, when locked slide it up for a variety of options you will see a lock a lock icon to upper right side of the screen,turn it off and your good to go :p
     
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    Jnesbitt82

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    Dear God this thread won't die! Lol. OP is from 2008.
     
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    No entries in 2009 and 2012 though. 2015 should be our next good year.
     
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    alphaod

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    Also the OP's iPod is on 1.1.4
     
  20. macrumors newbie

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    I have the same issue but when I double click the home button and slide to the right I don't see a music icon.

    Can anyone help?
     

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