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ASUS UX360CA Screen Won't Automatically Rotate

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January 12, 2017 6:21:13 AM

So a few days ago, I picked up a brand new UX360CA signature edition from the Microsoft store (running WIn10). When I was using it initially, the screen would auto-rotate if you flipped the lid around and physically rotated the device. Now, I can't get it to automatically rotate at all.

I've already tried restarting it, and I've re-installed the sensor drivers, which was recommended elsewhere, but it hasn't helped at all. Does anyone have any idea how to fix this issue? It's a pain to try and go into the settings to rotate the screen every time I want to use the feature.

The only thing I can think of that might have had anything to do with it were a couple of Windows updates. Other than that, it's been pretty standard stuff.

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a c 335 Ĉ ASUS
January 12, 2017 2:42:03 PM

Have you tried the following to fix this....

1. Go into "Control Panel" and then click on "Display".
2. Next click on "Change Display Settings".
3. On this screen, make sure "Allow the screen to auto-rotate" is selected.
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February 21, 2017 1:53:17 PM

kuhchuk said:
So a few days ago, I picked up a brand new UX360CA signature edition from the Microsoft store (running WIn10). When I was using it initially, the screen would auto-rotate if you flipped the lid around and physically rotated the device. Now, I can't get it to automatically rotate at all.

I've already tried restarting it, and I've re-installed the sensor drivers, which was recommended elsewhere, but it hasn't helped at all. Does anyone have any idea how to fix this issue? It's a pain to try and go into the settings to rotate the screen every time I want to use the feature.

The only thing I can think of that might have had anything to do with it were a couple of Windows updates. Other than that, it's been pretty standard stuff.


Have you found a solution for this? I'm also experiencing the same issue....

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March 7, 2017 4:35:44 AM

webworkings said:
Have you tried the following to fix this....

1. Go into "Control Panel" and then click on "Display".
2. Next click on "Change Display Settings".
3. On this screen, make sure "Allow the screen to auto-rotate" is selected.


Yeah, that's not an option...
http://imgur.com/QjlMwXW
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March 7, 2017 4:36:53 AM

James_506 said:
kuhchuk said:
So a few days ago, I picked up a brand new UX360CA signature edition from the Microsoft store (running WIn10). When I was using it initially, the screen would auto-rotate if you flipped the lid around and physically rotated the device. Now, I can't get it to automatically rotate at all.

I've already tried restarting it, and I've re-installed the sensor drivers, which was recommended elsewhere, but it hasn't helped at all. Does anyone have any idea how to fix this issue? It's a pain to try and go into the settings to rotate the screen every time I want to use the feature.

The only thing I can think of that might have had anything to do with it were a couple of Windows updates. Other than that, it's been pretty standard stuff.


Have you found a solution for this? I'm also experiencing the same issue....



I've given up. No more auto-rotate. I'm thinking a fresh install of win10 should do it. It was almost certainly one of the updates that broke the feature.
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5 minutes ago

kuhchuk said:
James_506 said:
kuhchuk said:
So a few days ago, I picked up a brand new UX360CA signature edition from the Microsoft store (running WIn10). When I was using it initially, the screen would auto-rotate if you flipped the lid around and physically rotated the device. Now, I can't get it to automatically rotate at all.

I've already tried restarting it, and I've re-installed the sensor drivers, which was recommended elsewhere, but it hasn't helped at all. Does anyone have any idea how to fix this issue? It's a pain to try and go into the settings to rotate the screen every time I want to use the feature.

The only thing I can think of that might have had anything to do with it were a couple of Windows updates. Other than that, it's been pretty standard stuff.


Have you found a solution for this? I'm also experiencing the same issue....



I've given up. No more auto-rotate. I'm thinking a fresh install of win10 should do it. It was almost certainly one of the updates that broke the feature.


1 year later...

My ASUS UX360 asked me if I wanted to enable "tablet mode".
I said yes.

Then connected an extra monitor through HDMI I got a message which told me that "tablet mode is disabled when using multiple monitors" or something like that. After that, my ASUS behaved in the same way as yours.

To fix it, Go to display settings.
(From your printscreen): Click 'Advanced display settings' at the bottom.
There in the middle is an option
[Rotation Lock]
Set this to OFF and your problem will be solved.
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