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How do I rotate a photo on a Sharing PF1006 digital photo frame?

I have a Sharing PF1006 digital photo frame. Several of the photos are displaying horizontally rather than vertically. I can't find a way to rotate them. They are on the SD card correctly.

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Edit them before you load them onto the SD card. All the images are shown in one orientation, but some are supposed to 'auto rotate'.

check out the link

https://www.google.com/search?q=rotate+a+photo+on+a+Sharing+PF1006+digital+photo+frame

Posted on Sep 03, 2022

Testimonial: "I did that and it didn't make any difference. They aren't auto rotating."

  • wgrimes1 Sep 04, 2022

    Thanks, Andrew. I did that and it didn't make any difference. They aren't auto rotating and I don't see a rotate option in the settings.

  • ADMIN Andrew
    ADMIN Andrew Sep 04, 2022

    Is it like this with a remote? Page 6 'Rotate' whilst in Pause Mode.
    https://www.digitalframesdirect.com/cont...

    The is nothing listed specifically for 'Sharing PF1006 manual' apart from the above.

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