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So I'd like to enable screen auto-rotation for YouTube and Chrome, but not for other anything else. How do I do this?

I use a Galaxy S5.

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Have you tried a 3rd-party app like Smart Rotator?

Are you tired of switching auto-rotate setting back and forth? This tool can help you auto switching it.

You can set auto-rorate/portrait/landscape setting for each app, when you open those apps, it will help you set screen orientation to auto, portrait, landscape automatically.

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