Enable or Disable Screen Rotation on Lenovo A7000 Smartphone

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    Before we begin, we make sure that the phone is unlocked. We should be on the home screen. From the home screen, there are two ways to turn "Screen rotation" on and off.
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    One way to turn "Screen rotation" on and off is to access the "Settings" menu. In this tutorial, we tap on "Settings" directly on the home screen.
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    Once the menu is open, we scroll through until we find "Display". It is next to a yellow circle icon.
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    We tap on "Display" one time. Near the bottom of the "Display" options, there is a line that says, "When device is rotated". In this video, it is set to "Stay in portrait view".
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    We tap on the "When device is rotated" line one time. A pop-up menu will be shown. We can choose to "Rotate the contents of the screen" with the device or to "Stay in portrait view".
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    Let's tap on "Rotate the contents of the screen". We have to note that this setting does not rotate the home screens. It will work with certain applications such as web browsers.
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    If we'd like to change it back to the portrait view, we come back to the "Display" screen and tap on "When device is rotated".
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    We tap on "Stay in portrait view". This will turn screen rotation off.
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    When we've finished setting the screen rotation, we can press the home button. The button is at the bottom in the center. We will go back to the home screen.
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    The second way to enable or disable screen rotation is by swiping down from the top of the screen. We will open the notification bar.
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    We swipe down from the top of the screen again. We will see our quick settings.
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    In the second row of the second column, we see that "Rotate" is "Off". It is gray. We tap the icon one time. The words will change to "Auto Rotate". The icon will become white, letting us know that screen rotation is turned on.
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    To turn screen rotation off, we come back to the notifications and the quick access menu.
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    We tap on "Auto Rotate" one time.
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    When we have finished, we swipe up from the bottom. We will go back to the home screen.
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