Support Incredible touch settings?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jim_nasium, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. jim_nasium

    jim_nasium New Member
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    1.When I scroll thru contacts I end up calling them as I touch. Is there a way to decrease the sensitivity?

    2. When a call ends & I hit the end call button I have to hit it 5 times hard before it registers. (maybe it does not register at all and the call ending is why it ends the call) So I have the opposite sensitivity issue with ending calls as I do going thru contacts.

    Please help.....thanks!
     

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  2. JoeIncredible

    JoeIncredible Active Member
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    Don't know about changing sensitivity, but I downloaded Call Confirm to prevent accidental dialing, it works great.
     
  3. EagleBoy

    EagleBoy Active Member
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    +1 on Call Confirm.
     
  4. Bundy

    Bundy Well-Known Member
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    Ha. You must have com from a BB Storm. Pressing the screen harder does absolutely nothing - it's not a button.
     
  5. mobiledevice

    mobiledevice Well-Known Member
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    lol, i do this all the time

    if the phone doesn't register my touch, I touch it harder :D
     
  6. jim_nasium

    jim_nasium New Member
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    Thanks, I will try Call Confirm. As far as hanging up goes, if there is no button how do I end a call?
     
  7. Coppergrease

    Coppergrease New Member
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    It seems like madness, but it would seem Android has no ability to increase and decrease touch sensitivity. A very basic and seemingly obvious requirement in a touch GUI. However, I have found that if you fit a zagg invisible shield screen protector, it seems to dull it down to quite a comfortable level. I used one of these protectors on my last phone, fantastic films. They feel slightly tacky to the touch, but I think this helps in this case. They are not cheap, but you will only ever need 1, they self heal and don't scratch.
     

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