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Being an avid Android user, I can say that developers are trying their level best to make its features worth noting. With the passing timespan since Android has been launched, with every update, it is getting improvised to the next level. If I would have to choose one thing that gets on the nerve of almost everyone while using smartphones, it must be screen rotation. While things have improved as compared to previous years when there was no way to turn off screen rotation, it’s still not as flexible as we want it to be. In many situations, it happens that we want to use a specific app in landscape mode, while some other app only in portrait mode? Well, sadly there’s no way out to do that. 

But then with many searches, our team has found the way by which we can simply use certain apps in auto rotate feature without hampering the rotation of other apps. To be very specific we will be going to use third party app which will let us know How To Control Screen Rotation Of Particular Apps On AndroidJust hold up with me for 5 minutes and we will end up with something great.

Note: This tweak works for both rooted as well as the non-rooted device.

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How To Control Screen Rotation Of Particular Apps On Android:

Step 1: First and foremost, Rotation Manager-Control application must be installed on you Android.

Step 2: After successful installation, launch the app. You will encounter with the screen as below.

How To Control Screen Rotation Of Particular Apps On Android

Step 3: Slide the screen towards the right. Change the circle to Forced Portrait mode.

How To Control Screen Rotation Of Particular Apps On Android

Step 4: Turn on the second option to auto-rotate mode.

How To Control Screen Rotation Of Particular Apps On Android

 

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Step 5: Now again Slide the screen towards the right. Now finally turn on the Rotation Manager by tapping on the power button. On the succeeding screen turn on Rotation Manager. A pop-up will appear, hit Ok.

Step 6: At last tap on the Back button, you will encounter with a list of applications. Turn on both the mode i.e portrait as well as landscape mode to get auto rotate feature.

Voila! you are all set to Control Screen Rotation Of Particular Apps On Android.

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