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[Q] Rotate screen upside down?

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By 1000bech, Member on 19th January 2014, 05:01 AM
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When i'm using my Moto G in bed and charging at the same time, i wish i could rotate the screen upside down / 180 degrees, because the charger connector presses my chest.

Does someone know if there is a way to do it on the Moto G (KitKat)?
 
 
19th January 2014, 07:08 AM |#2  
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There is when rooted, not sure without.
19th January 2014, 03:33 PM |#3  
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There is when rooted, not sure without.

Mine is rooted, so how?
19th January 2014, 04:47 PM |#4  
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Well use this app "Screen Rotational control"
And turn on screen rotation toggel
Works for me
I don't think it needs root
Additionally Gravity box also has this option in it to allow all rotations
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Mine is rooted, so how?

Install Xposed Framework, use GravityBox. Then under Display Tweaks check "Allow all rotations"
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Install Xposed Framework, use GravityBox. Then under Display Tweaks check "Allow all rotations"

GravityBox did the trick! Thanks!
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