Change the Display Orientation in the PSP PPSSPP Emulator

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You're watching VisiHow. In the previous tutorial, we changed the XInput deadzone. This is a tutorial on how to change the display orientation in the PlayStation Portable emulator.

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Steps

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    To begin, open the portable emulator.
    There is a PPSSPP icon on the desktop. You may have the program saved in another location.
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    When the emulator opens, click "Settings" in the menu on the right side of the window.
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    In the "Settings" menu, click "Graphics" on the left side.
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    Then, scroll through the menu until you find "Display rotation".
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    Click "Display rotation" option.
    The display is currently set to "Landscape". You can change this setting to "Portrait", "Landscape reversed", or "Portrait reversed". "Portrait" is especially useful for games that use the portrait orientation, like Pinball games for the PSP.
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    Change the "Display rotation" setting according to your preference by clicking one of the options.
    For this tutorial, let's click "Portrait".
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Questions and Answers

Fix screen portrait into landscape?

I'm using Android phone and I go to the settings of the PPSSPP and go to the display layout and I pressed the portrait and I tried to fix it back, it didn't work! Please help me, thank you.

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I open WWE 2k 14 in PPSSPP emulator. It stops and shows your PPSSPP emulator stopped working when I play big matches in it?

My PPSSPP stopped working when I play royal rumble, fatal four way match, ladder match etc. It stops why? Please help me... I have tried: I don't know what to do!. I think it was caused by: I don't know!

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