On searching around I've seen similar (though not quite the same) questions posed but haven't found a suitable answer.
We are developing for both iOS and Android. In the player settings we have the Default Orientation set to Auto Rotation and we have both Landscape option checked and both Portrait options unchecked. This all works great on iOS, if holding the device in portrait the game still starts in landscape.
On Android it causes the issue that the splash screen starts in portrait before attempting to switch to landscape after a couple of seconds. This isn't really acceptable to us, is there anyway to stop the splash screen from starting in portrait but still keeping the Default Orientation setting to Auto Rotation*
* The reason we want to keep this setting is that it creates a nicer animated transition effect on iOS and it's a shared setting.
asked Apr 04 '12 at 01:27 PM
The question has been closed May 16 '12 at 01:44 PM by HazeTI for the following reason:
Problem is a bug within Unity and has been reported as such.