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  1. Huxxley

    Huxxley New Member

    Hello,

    I just switched from iPhone to Android and I'm having a problem with typing. Sometimes it registers a letter that I did not touch and I have found that I don't actually have to touch the screen for it to acknowledge the keystroke which results in constantly making typos.

    I have all air gestures disabled (except for 'quick glance'). There's no options under motion that would govern this feature. Also I don't see any options in the message settings that would do this.

    Any help?

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  2. crabman

    crabman Well-Known Member

    Welcome Huxxley. A couple things might help... Look under air view in your settings and if either information preview or speed dial preview is enabled try disabling them and seeing what happens. I don't know that it will work but they are the only things I see that might cause the behavior.
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  3. crabman

    crabman Well-Known Member

    Forgot, there is a setting for high sensitivity to allow typing with gloves, you would want to make sure that one is unchecked.
  4. Huxxley

    Huxxley New Member

    I think that did it. I had air view disabled, but the sub-options were enabled so I re-enabled air view, disabled all options and now it seems to be working better. Thanks!
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