12-11-2022 06:13 PM in
21-11-2022 08:24 AM - last edited 21-11-2022 08:27 AM
I experienced a similar auto rotation issue yesterday. Power saving mode with limited apps and home screen was enabled. If I enabled auto-rotate, the display would switch to landscape mode. But when auto-rotate is disabled, the display is ok. However, the images taken by camera in portrait mode is saved in landscape mode. I had to rotate each picture. After a phone restart, the auto-rotation got fixed.
21-11-2022 06:12 PM in
I also faced same issue in my note 20 ultra updated 2 days ago. First noticed it today.
It's a issue with OneUI 5.0.
It is taking Left side of my phone as top side while auto rotate is on. So if I tilt up, right or down then it's its 3 different orientations.
But if I tilt it left it comes to normal mode, then I lock the orientation so things work little bit fine😂
21-11-2022 10:46 PM in
I also have this issue since the recent update on the S21 Ultra. Thankfully not the only one, I thought it was an issue with the sensor.
Like many on the thread, reboot resolved for short period, then it starts happening again.
Hopefully will be patched soon 🤞
22-11-2022 07:27 AM in
Unfortunately I have the same issue since updating to Android 14 on my S21. It is particularly irritating when trying to view any fullscreen content on any video app (YouTube, netflix, prime video and so on) since it does automatically rearrange the screen orientation in the opposite one from which the phone is held, so the content is always upside down.
I really hope a fix comes soon.
23-11-2022 02:20 AM in
Just wanted to add that this exactly is happening to me too.
I have a Note 20 ultra, though. Not an s21.
Restart fixes it but only for half a day. Been restarting my phone 2 times a day since one UI 5.
I want to add, however, that apart from that I live the update