I'm getting confused about how to do this.
What I would like ideally is that when I take a picture, the file that's saved is auto rotated so that when I import it onto my PC it's showing correctly, but when I view photos on my phone they're not rotated so they fill up the screen. I'm happy to rotate my phone in my hand, but this is not so easy with my laptop! I've played around with the rotate settings in the camera & in the sensor settings. It strikes me that the photo viewer perhaps needs its own setting. I want the sensor setting enabled because that affects everything.
Sorted it hanks, went through all combinations & will just leave both on. Some other combinations can give strange results, like the photo being permanently rotated to the left, which is what threw me off to start with
perform a three-finger hard reset, but backup all your personal data to PC and/or online storage first.
Really a last resort as precursor to returning device to Nokia Care facility, because in addition to deleting user data from both C:\ and E:\ plus wallpapers & media pre-installed it removes some essential files possibly precluding Nokia Store & Maps from functioning correctly!
Symbian specialist until 31/01/2013 with interests in Maemo & MeeGo but an aversion to Windows!
Yes, I'd stay away from the 3 fingered salute unless you have a Nokia Care near by.
Steve on All About Symbian posted an article on re-setting but it's not for the faint hearted.
Amazing we are being allowed to discus doing it, must be a sign of the times.
I'd do a Factory Setting "Delete and Restore" then restore the firmware using Nokia Suite as if it happened when you updated it would indicate that's where the problem lies.
Back up data only as you don't want to restore your settings after the update.