Screen rotation is a crucial component to touchscreen device with a relatively bigger display screen. To fully utilize the display screen without affecting work efficiency, screen rotation is important.
Everybody knows the annoying effect of screen rotation when you least wanted it to, so it’s not uncommon for users to set their screen rotation on manual. But how can you rotate your screen now?
Using a basic setting change, you can now assign screen rotation with specific direction on any of your hardware buttons.
For Samsung Omnia II, that would mean going to Settings > Personal > Button to set the option. However, for devices running on Windows Mobile 6.5, that option is not available (since it runs on Samsung’s Setting). This registry edit will guide you to display the original/default setting.
Display/Unhide the default setting for Windows Mobile in order to access Settings > Personal > Button to set screen rotation.
Applicable Devices (Back to Top)
Windows Mobile 6.5
What you’ll need (Back to Top)
PHM Registry Editor (Download)
Registry Address (Back to Top)
Value Name and Data (Back to Top)
Value Name: HideSettings
Value: Change to ’0′
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Now that the default Settings options are back, you can head over to Personal > Button and assign one of the 2 hardware buttons to the screen rotation action.
If you are not feeling generous with all the registry edits, there is also a cab file available that you can install to the same effect. You do need to login to HDblog.it‘s forum to download the cab.