A Windows Phone senses how you're holding it and flips between landscape and portrait accordingly.
Occasionally it would be useful to override this and fix the phone in landscape (or portrait) regardless of how it's held.
Is this possible?
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Technically speaking you can't. Some apps can implement the behavior they want but you can choose one or another.
There is an homebrew app that can do that but you will probably lose the warranty.