Full screen usually only works for video. A few questions:
1) Are you watching video or is this a music file?
2) Have you tried pressing the zero key/button while the file is playing?
- If so, do you see any error messages?
- Does the screen change, flash, or flicker?
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If you take lower resolution photos on the Diamond, especially photos for contacts, they aren't as big as the other photos, so you must zoom in for them to fill the whole screen. For that, simply do a half circle clockwise motion on the picture itself.
Also, if you took larger photos with the camera on it's side, you must turn it to it's side again so the picture goes back to landscape mode.
the switch is actually caused by a magnet, automatic switching can be caused by the sliding screen becoming loose. one of the most common causes of the screen auto-switching is using a phone holder with a magnetic flap like many new holders have instead of a velcro flap.
Tap the screen at target for some moment of time again &
again until align screen don't go. After disappearing this time & date
setting option will come.set these.after that windows installation will be
started.It takes few minute.during installation don't press any key.after this
phone will be started.
Seems like their could be potentially a mechanical problem with regards to the screen orientation.
Or your settings could be wrong.
Whilst in the Internet browser you can change from portrait to landscape by pressing the menu key, Touching the "more" tab, and then scrolling down to "flip orientation".
Due to this being a possible hardware problem i would advise contacting T-Mobile Customer support to see if they have a remedy. Although, in the near future, an application will be released for android giving the G1 Auto-Orientation features using the phones built in accelerometer.
The voice command hotkey is the "Home" key. To start using voice commands, press and hold the Home key until you hear a beep. Say "Help" and you should get a list of available commands and how to use them.
your hardware slide sensor is probably broken. go to start>settings, tap the screen tap at the bottom, tap the screen applicaton, change orientation to "landscape". your phone will be permanently in landscape mode, which is better anyway, since the screen rotation is annoying as hell.
The factory-stock 1940, which uses Windows Mobile 2003, doesn't offer landscape mode.
You can get a 3rd party program called Nyditot Virtual Display that will let you use the 1940 in landscape mode, but I've used it before, and although it works, the problems it creates are not worth it. Besides, that program's not free.
Adobe offers a pdf reader for free that let's you read pdf files in landscape mode.
The 4700 has a 480 x 640 pixels display and WMP9 will not compensate for the smaller resolution videosthus the less than full screen size play back on video with less than the 480 x 640 pixels size resolution.
There is a program that will play the smaller res. videos in full screen on your PDA try TCPMP its free, go here: