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A hummingbird can rotate each of its wings in a circle, allowing them to be the only bird which can fly forwards, backwards, up, down, sideways or sit in sheer space. To hover, hummingbirds move their wings forward and backward in a repeated figure eight, much like the arms of a swimmer treading water.
Do you mean the onscreen text or pictures don't rotate when you turn the tablet sideways? If so, on the Home screen tap Settings, then scroll all the way down the settings past the bottom of the screen. Near the end of the list is Accessibility. Tap that, and then in the System section be sure there's a check in the box next to Auto-rotate screen. If there isn't, tap the checkbox to put one in. Then press the back arrow till you're back at the Home screen, and when you rotate your tablet the pictures and text should remain horizontal.
I just got my scanner yesterday and had the same problem with my FIRST jpg. I looked for a solution and found your posting. I had scanned one page of the instruction booklet from the center fold outwards, not in the direction of the text, but rather sideways across it. That image was mirrored. I did another scan in the 'proper' direction, that is, from the top of the page to the bottom, both as a jpg and a PDF and they came out in a normal, readable form. Perhaps you need to do it a few times if you haven't already? Have you tried calibrating it?