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Old June 8th, 2010, 10:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to adjust touch screen sensitivity on EVO

Is there a way to adjust the sensitivity for the Touch Screen on the new EVO. It works very well, almost too well, it is very sensitive.

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No but you can calibrate both the accelerometer and the keyboard in the settings.
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I think if you go into settings and recalibrate it, you can make it less sensitive, since it reads how you touch the screen. I had to redo mine this morning since it wasn't sensitive enough. So far it's much better!
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Thanks guys, i'll give that a try.
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No but you can calibrate both the accelerometer and the keyboard in the settings.
WHERE? Where in the settings?
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WHERE? Where in the settings?
For the keyboard:

menu -> settings -> language & keyboard -> touch input -> text input -> calibration tool

For the accelerometer:

menu -> settings -> display -> g-sensor calibration
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this adjusts the keyboard but dose not correct the screen, there is no way to actually calibrate the actual touch screen?

pretty shitty design on hts's part, also pretty much everything in this dammed phone is counterintuitive. I'll never buy another htc product.

most of the screen is accurate but the two sides of the screen are not, you have to touch off the boarder of the lcd to get it to resister as touching the sides
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For the keyboard:

menu -> settings -> language & keyboard -> touch input -> text input -> calibration tool

For the accelerometer:

menu -> settings -> display -> g-sensor calibration
I really have fat fingers and I was ready to give up on my HTC EVO V when I found your post. This was a great help. After using the calibration tool three times I think I have what I need.
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