This simple module makes the device "think" it's held in a certain orientation.
How does that help you?
Well, have you ever tried to read something in landscape mode while lying on your side?
I did, and I failed, because the screen rotated back.
Brilliant! But, how does this module work?
It basically disables systems' orientation sensor listeners (more battery juice side-effect?) and feeds it fake data.
Won't having the device always rotated be a pain in the arse?
No worries! Here's the best part: if you turn off auto-rotation (via quicksettings, for example), the device remains in it's original mode.
And, if you don't have quicksettings, you can make a shortcut on your homescreen from this app which does exactly that.
So, it's easily toggleable
Compatible with all Android versions from 4.0.3 'Ice Cream Sandwich' to 9.0 'Oreo'.
Xposed Framework: rovo89 & Tungstwenty
Download: Fixed Screen Rotation Mod on Xposed Module Repository
If you found this mod useful consider donating me a coffee, this will help me code ^^
How to report problems efficiently?
- Enable the Debug log in settings
- Use functions that don't work as intended
- Export the logs from Xposed app and put them on PasteBin
- Post on the XDA thread the link along with more information about your device
Forced Screen Rotation Mod, Xposed for all devices (see above for details)
Source Code: https://github.com/XspeedPL/ForcedRotationMod
Xposed Package Name: xeed.xposed.fxrmod
Current Stable Version: 1.6.1
Stable Release Date: 2019-03-10
Last Updated 2019-03-09