Display Auto rotate too sensitive?

  1. zany13
    Froyo Jul 4, 2017

    zany13 , Jul 4, 2017 :
    I don't know if its just me, but I found the auto rotate function extremely sensitive on the phone.

    While I am watching you tube videos, if I tilt the phone slightly the phone changes the viewing to portrait or landscape (or vice versa), its a bit more sensitive than my old note 3.

    Anyone else get this?

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  2. lostLambda
    Lollipop Jul 4, 2017

  3. doodek.metodek
    Cupcake Jul 4, 2017

    doodek.metodek , Jul 4, 2017 :
    I also noticed that. Comparing to my OPO there is definitely a difference. Previously I had auto rotate ON all the time and now i have to turn it OFF sometimes. (when reading something for example). But probably we just have to get used to it. IDK.

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  4. n.hashem95
    Cupcake Jul 4, 2017

    n.hashem95 , Jul 4, 2017 :
    I don't find it any more sensitive than other phones. I personally always use portrait mode since VLC enables auto rotate by default regardless of what mode the phone is in, and on the YouTube app I just tap the little rectangle in the corner to go full screen. This are the only two apps I use to watch video in landscape, and with auto rotate on any phone I find it rotating when I don't want to.

  5. dnacyan
    Gingerbread Jul 4, 2017

    dnacyan , Jul 4, 2017 :
    Yes, I do find the auto-rotate much more sensitive than the OPO that I am upgrading from.

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  6. calves07
    Gingerbread Jul 4, 2017

  7. cmasonuk
    Cupcake Jul 5, 2017

  8. Derek Borsheim
    Cupcake Jul 5, 2017

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  9. SergiuszJasper
    Honeycomb Jul 5, 2017

    SergiuszJasper , Jul 5, 2017 :
    all Android do it , have same issue if u could call that on my op5 and also on my Samsung Galaxy S7 and any other Android I had .... simple solution turn it off it's a click away

  10. drohm
    Eclair Jul 5, 2017

    drohm , Jul 5, 2017 :
    Yep, it's very sensitive. I resorted to just locking portrait via notification menu when I don't want it to flip to landscape. Sensitivity option would be nice, though not sure how difficult that would be for OnePlus to implement.

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  11. Mrnovanova
    Donut Jul 5, 2017

    Mrnovanova , Jul 5, 2017 :
    Yes. It's actually my only gripe with the OP5. I also have a s8+ and I love the OP5. The only thing that bothers me is how sensitive the auto rotation is. Sometimes the phone goes into landscaping when you lay it down flat which makes absolutely no sense.

  12. Fulgidus
    Cupcake Jul 5, 2017

    Fulgidus , Jul 5, 2017 :
    Yet when resting the phone on a flat surface and pulling it up from a different angle he ignores it... On YouTube at least, I have yet to try this on different apps

  13. josh_fash
    Cupcake Jul 7, 2017

  14. BerndR
    Honeycomb Jul 7, 2017

    BerndR , Jul 7, 2017 :
    Same here. Upgraded from OP One to OP5. The One was way less sensitive to autorotation. Would love to adjust OP5's behavior.

  15. saurav_7
    Eclair Jul 7, 2017

  16. quad2s
    Cupcake Jul 7, 2017

    quad2s , Jul 7, 2017 :
    Yes, waaaay too sensitive. Never had this problem with OPO or any other Android I own currently: Nexus 4, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 7, Asus ZenPhone 2.

    Sensitivity controls would be great but even lowering sensitivity to be at par with Nexus/Pixel devices would be a great start.

    As a side note - super happy with my OP5!

  17. bpwest80
    KitKat Jul 8, 2017

  18. martin.j
    Froyo Jul 8, 2017

  19. Zeppomies
    Donut Jul 17, 2017

    Zeppomies , Jul 17, 2017 :
    Agreed. It is too sensitive. Compared to my old S7 there is huge difference. There should be a way to adjust it.

  20. rohit_578ph
    Eclair Jul 18, 2017

    rohit_578ph , Jul 18, 2017 :
    I also noticed this while even going through pics in gallery....even auto rotate mode was off still pics were rotating itself...it's annoying..hope they fix this issue in op5 ...