You may have to fiddle with the orientation. There’s a good guide on Applevis 
about it, but put your phone in landscape, flat, then put the phone so that 
it’s on one side, and see if it says “home button to the right” or however you 
have it. If not, turn it to the other side. When it has the home button how you 
want it, put it back down flat, swipe up with three fingers to lock it’s 
orientation, and it should be good.

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Devin Prater

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