Will you like to rotate home screen on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9? If your answer is yes, then you’re in luck as you can now do that on the Samsung experience launcher.
The feature, although rarely used by most people was exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ when it first launched. Samsung later added the feature with an update to the Samsung experience launcher. Now, if your Samsung runs on Android 8.0 Oreo and above with Samsung experience UI, then you can also get the Feature.
If you are already using a third-party launcher like nova launcher, then this might not freak you as most third-party already have this feature. However, if this is one of the reasons you download a third-party launcher on your device, then you won’t have to anymore. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes with an up-to-date Samsung experience launcher that has the home screen rotate feature.
All you have to do in order to use this feature on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is to activate it. To do that, simply follow the steps.
How To Rotate Home Screen On Your Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- Pull up the App Drawer and Click on the Settings App or you can Swipe down the notification panel and click on the Gear Icon at the top right corner of the screen to access the settings menu.
When you get to the Settings Menu, Select Display.
Tap on Home Screen and Select Home Screen again.
Toggle the Portrait Mode Only Option Off.
Doing this will turn off the portrait mode, allowing the landscape mode to be activated. If you don’t fancy this feature and would like to turn it off at a later time. You can simply follow the same steps and Toggle on the portrait mode only option to get things back to normal.
Being able to rotate home screen on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 device is a must know for everyone who has the device. Although this feature is a basic Feature, it still feels nice to know it is available on Samsung’s launcher without having to download a third-party launcher.