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When this feature is turned on, the screen automatically rotates when you rotate the device. This is useful, for example, when reading a book with eBook apps like the Nook and Kindle Apps.
 
When this feature is turned on, the screen automatically rotates when you rotate the device. This is useful, for example, when reading a book with eBook apps like the Nook and Kindle Apps.
 
#On your Home screen, touch on the Settings icon.  
 
#On your Home screen, touch on the Settings icon.  
#:[[Image:Display Auto-Rotate 1.png]]
 
 
#Touch Display.  
 
#Touch Display.  
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#:[[Image:Display Auto-Rotate 1.png]]
 
#:[[Image:Display Auto-Rotate 2.png]]
 
#:[[Image:Display Auto-Rotate 2.png]]
 
#Touch the check-box to the right of Auto-rotate screen, make sure there is a green check-mark there.
 
#Touch the check-box to the right of Auto-rotate screen, make sure there is a green check-mark there.

Revision as of 21:58, 23 August 2011

Question

How do I set my tablet to auto-rotate?

Answer

When this feature is turned on, the screen automatically rotates when you rotate the device. This is useful, for example, when reading a book with eBook apps like the Nook and Kindle Apps.

  1. On your Home screen, touch on the Settings icon.
  2. Touch Display.
    Display Auto-Rotate 1.png
    Display Auto-Rotate 2.png
  3. Touch the check-box to the right of Auto-rotate screen, make sure there is a green check-mark there.
  4. Note other options here for Brightness, Animation, and Screen timeout.
  5. Press the Back button repeatedly to exit back to your Home screen.