iOS 4.1 Stock Apps In Landscape

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  1. Orli155

    Orli155 New Member

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    Hello, is there any way to make Settings, YouYube, App Store and so on be able to be viewed in landscape? I know SBRotator does it but I don't want to install it because it drains battery.
  2. Wait if you don't have SBSettings, then what are you using to rotate the screen?
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    Orli155 New Member

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    ?? But I do have SBSettings.
  4. Sorry, I meant to type "if you don't have SBrotator, then what are you using to rotate the screen?"
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    Orli155 New Member

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    I'm not rotating the screen. I want to know if there's a way to rotate those specific apps without having to install SBRotator.
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    No. That's how those apps were made.

    You can, however, access YouTube from Safari and go into landscape.
    I recommend doing that, anyways, since it's much faster and gives you streaming options.
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    SBRotator is the only way..
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    SBRotator will only rotate the SpringBoard.

    Hence the SB in SBRotator.

    That won't change how the app functions.
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    They simply don't have a landscape mode.

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