How to manually rotate the mirrored screenViews : 12521 Replies : 10 Likes : 0 2018-11-19 22:45 #1
Here is the way to manually rotate the mirrored screen. It’s compatible with both Android and iOS.
1. First, please update ApowerMirror to the latest version.
2. After you mirror the phone screen to PC, move your cursor to the screen and then click on this button to rotate the screen.
Note: The mirrored screen can be rotated, but your phone screen will not be rotated accordingly.
Josefo LechónidasParticipant2018-12-10 08:59 #2
Hi Ada! Thanks for your response. 🙂
I’ve sent the feedback 🙂 I hope that technician resolve the problem.
s0calemilyParticipant2018-12-24 09:53 #3
for me the button to rotate the screen does not appear. does that mean I can not screen mirror record in landscape mode?
Aruna.lama44Participant2019-01-31 23:47 #4
hi, iam sujan i would like to conecet my iphone to pc but how can i do it i dont know plese tell me how to conecet ?
Aruna.lama44Participant2019-01-31 23:48 #5
yes im using the mac
Ada Reed (author) :
Here is the guide: https://www.apowersoft.com/faq/use-apowermirror-ios-app.html
- 2019-02-15 01:17 Reply
- Ada Reed (author) :
hugo_76760Participant2019-05-30 17:10 #6
I have the same issue as Josefo Lechonidas, my screen turns in the wrong way, and when I use the rotate button, well the app rotates aswell, and it doesn’t take the whole place there’s on the screen, so I can’t use it correctly. (https://i.gyazo.com/ce15d90352aa3d3bc37be256401e7c3e.png)
I’ve just sent the feedback from the desktop program, hopefully someone will help me fix this.
Justin WallaceParticipant2019-08-27 15:22 #7
I am mirroring an Android device on a Mac, your Mac guide didn’t show how to manually rotate the screen. It appears that only when I am connected over WiFi that the phone acts like it is in landscape when its in portrait mode and then portrait mode when the phone is in landscape. How can I resolve this as the rotate screen is not on my app build.
larisabelliveauParticipant2019-12-03 13:11 #8
This is an old issue, but it is still not solved. I have Android LG G6 and a Pro version that I bought in hope that I’d be able to see my video camera screen on my pc when I am recording a top-down video. I can rotate my app and get it on full screen on my pc, but IF the camera is also in a landscape mode (which is what I want), it only shows on my pc in a small portrait mode. I requested help from the tech support, and sent them a link to this page (as I am having the same issue), they ask for more pictures. Here it is for the record. Just please give us (me) a fast and easy solution.
It is very frustrating to waste so much time connecting the darn thing and then still not be able to use it. TECH SUPPORT, PLEASE SOLVE THE PROBLEM ALREADY!
Pixel4xlWhiteParticipant2020-04-01 14:29 #9
I’m hoping this has been resolved. Based on a Google Play review & response dated March 4, 2020, I installed the trial version of the app. It looks promising, but as noted in the review, some features (like expanding to full screen) are only available if I upgrade to VIP.
I am willing to pay for the VIP version, but ONLY if I can be sure the expand screen and rotate landscape features will work.
Is there a video available on the Apowersoft site that can show examples of this?
Specifically, I would like to see what a mirrored Android smartphone screen looks like on a Windows system when it displays a landscape view from the camera. My objective is to be able to use ApowerMirror to mirror my Pixel 4XL camera view during a Zoom conference so I can share it’s camera view during a hands-on demonstration.
jhoward33Participant2020-08-17 08:16 #10
As soon as my mobile connects (Android to Windows 10 via USB), the whole control bar where the rotate button is disappears.
I can’t even drag the window around my screen because the control bar is not there.
How can this be solved?