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Original topic:

Auto-Rotate(Portrait button) option missing from Samsung galaxy s10

(Topic created on: 06-05-2019 07:52 AM)
prashantrar
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Galaxy S10 Series

Hello All,

 

After updating to android 9, the Portrait lock/Auto Rotate option is missing from my phone. I cant find it in settings or anywhere, I even tried a full settings reset but still unable to find it. I am attaching a screenshot of my notification pull down drawer. the option is no where to be seen. Please help been struggling with this for long.

 

I am posting 2 images for reference

WhatsApp Image 2019-05-06 at 14.48.37.jpegWhatsApp Image 2019-05-06 at 14.48.40.jpeg

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Kryn87
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Galaxy S10 Series
Galaxy s10 here, updated a couple days ago and button disappeared. Your fix worked, had to drag 'portrait' out , save, drag it back in and save. Worked perfect, thank you.
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Kyle85
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Galaxy S10 Series
Did you find a solution? My S9 is doing same thing
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Metan
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Galaxy S10 Series

If you don't see it in "button order" (scroll down to notification, scroll down the notification to show all quick links, click three dots for button order. Scroll horizontally of the top row, see if its in there) of ur notification screen to add it, then it's due to ur firmware. Update the firmware or wait for an update. Mine was due to a specific firmware that made it disappear. 

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Jeff131
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Galaxy S10 Series

It's happening to att too. I have the note 9 and my auto rotate is missing.

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EVObastard
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Galaxy S10 Series

There is not a bug, when you turn off auto rotate the button name changes to "portrate", pretty lame if you ask me. 

Densam
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Galaxy S10 Series
That's the fix for me. S9 Android 9. It's just the way they named it which confuses some people. They need to redesign the button.
Densam
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There is not a bug, when you turn off auto rotate the button name changes to "portrate", pretty lame if you ask me. Just tap portrait again.
CydSays
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Galaxy S10 Series

Hello,

 

Look in your drag down quick menu. If you accidentally turn off auto-rotate the icon now names itself "Portrait". Just tap "Portrait" and turn it back on. Hope that helps out.

TomZang
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Galaxy S10 Series

What's going on with auto rotate which has been deleted as an option

  As a Note 8 iset it makes life more difficult

  Help.

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RedPixie
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Used the pull-down menu and Button Order ... there is no Auto Rotate option anywhere in the phone settings .. where did it go?

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