3

My 1020 did the same thing. I turned it off completely then turned it back on and it works fine now.


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While this isn't the ideal fix, there are free apps like Fantasia Painter Free in the WP7 marketplace that you can use to rotate those photos. With the new Windows Phone 8, basic image manipulation like rotating the image is now supported.


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This is not possible with the current release of the Windows Phone OS but requested for as a feature in a future release. The homebrew app Orientation lock (now at version 3) will allow you to get this feature.


2

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.


2

As far as I know, No it's not possible. :/


1

VLC for Windows Phone ought to do the trick for you. The default video player in Windows 10 Mobile also lets you do this.


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