Stop the Screen from Rotating on Microsoft Lumia 535

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Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you how to stop the screen rotation when you move your Microsoft Lumia 535.

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Steps

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    To begin, we're going to press the power button located on the right-hand side of the phone to activate it.
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    Scroll up from the lock screen to enter the Home screen.
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    Now, we're going to scroll down from the top to bring up the notifications panel.
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    Press All Settings on the right side.
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    Now that we're in Settings, we want to scroll down until we get to screen rotation.
    We're going to press that.
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    Now, if I rotate the phone, the screen is going to rotate.
    That may not be what I want.
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    What we can do now is turn this function on where it says Rotation lock.
    Just swipe across the switch to turn it on.
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    Now, Rotation lock is on, and the screen is locked in place.
    If I rotate the phone now, you see that the screen has stayed in its original vertical position.
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    We'll turn back up and see if that is okay.
    So as you can see, we have the ability to lock the screen or to unlock it and to allow it to rotate when we rotate the phone. So that concludes our tutorial on how to stop the screen rotating when you are moving your Microsoft Lumia 535. When you're moving it around in different positions, this will lock the screen in place. You've been watching VisiHow. Goodbye.
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Recent edits by: Anonymous, Eng, Rushell

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