How To Fix Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8 Plus Screen Rotation Won’t Work

We are sure that you are interested in solving the issue of your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus screen rotation. There been cases when your screen rotation is turned on, you might have this issue. Your Galaxy S8 will not do the proper rotations of your screen to get it into the correct orientation. Your camera being upside down is also a common issue that has been faced with the Samsung Galaxy S8. It is very likely that if the solutions that we give below to do not work, there is a problem with the software of your smartphone. To fix the software for you’re your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus, we recommend you to update it the newest version.

We recommend doing a hard reset of your Galaxy S8 Plus or Galaxy S8. There is also another way to fix your screen rotation of Galaxy S8.

You can do a self-test, which will allow you discover your phone’s gyroscope or accelerometer. Doing this will unveil what has been causing your Samsung Galaxy S8’s screen from not rotating. If you click the code *#0*# on the Galaxy S8 dial pad. Do a self-test once the sensors have been tapped and after you reach the service mode screen.


You might need to go back to the factory defaults by resetting because your wireless carries has disabled the option to access the service screen. You can do this by reading this guide to fix your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus. You should first ask you service provider about the issue since they have a better idea of the problem and what you can do to solve it.

There is another way to potentially fix the issue with the Galaxy S8, but we do not recommend it. You could take your phone and using your hand and hit it to see if it would work. However, it is risk to do and be careful if that is the route you take.

We highly recommend to just do a hard reset of your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus for when your screen rotation is not working properly. If you decide to do a hard reset, it is important to not forget to backup your information from your smartphone. This is because once you decide to reset, all of your apps, information, settings will be erased. To back up your data for the Galaxy S8 is, simply go to Settings > Backup & reset. We recommend you take a look here to learn how to do a hard reset for your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus.


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