If you own a Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus, this article will help you fix the screen rotation problem. The screen rotation issue occurs when it is turned on and activated. This means that the Galaxy S20’s screen does not rotate, even when it is displayed on an Internet site. It is fixed in the vertical position and will not go horizontal if the camera is moved.
The Galaxy S20’s default camera shows everything upside down, i.e. inverted. Also, all Galaxy S20 buttons show up upside down. If none of the above methods work, you may have a software problem. In this case, it is suggested that the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus be updated to the latest software.
There are two options to fix the Galaxy S20 screen rotate won’t work issue. First, hard reset Galaxy S20+ Plus.
A self-test is an effective way to determine if your phone’s accelerometer and gyroscope work properly. This will allow you to identify the problem when your Galaxy S20 screen stops rotating. To do this, press the code #0*# without the quotation marks on the Galaxy S20 dialpad. After you’ve landed on the service mode screen tap on “sensors”. This will allow you to conduct a self-test.
A second tip that some recommend is to gently shake the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus using your palm. This is a risky option, but you should be cautious.
The best solution to fixing a Galaxy S20 screen that won’t turn is to perform a hard reset. You should note that the Samsung Galaxy S20 will perform a hard reset. This will delete and erase all data, settings, and apps. Backup your Galaxy S20 to avoid data loss. You can back up data from your Galaxy S20 by going to settings > Backup and reset.