I need some help getting the screen to work as I need it.
I bought a 7" HDMI monitor to use with my Bionic. When I plug it in, it works but the phone is in the middle of the screen, which is in landscape mode but the phone is in portrait mode (see Pic-1). This is useless to me for my application.
Is there any way I can force the HDMI output into portrait mode so it looks like my cell phone (see Pic-2)? I did call the manufacture and they said I need to make the changes in the phone's video driver. When I rotate the phone from portrait mode to landscape mode the HDMI monitor shows the phone's image like I want it for just a second (see Pic-2) then goes into landscape mode (see Pic-3).
[to be clear, Pic-1 is what i dont want , Pic-2 is what I want the external monitor to look like when the phone is in portrait (normal) mode.], PIC-3 is Fine this is how it should look like in landscape mode
I would like some kind of external device that will detect that the external monitor is rotated ( possibly with an accellerometer) and alter the signal so that it is displayed correctly
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