{Q} Does Aria Support a Stylus InputAccessories


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  1. Bob in Northern NJ

    Bob in Northern NJ Member This Topic's Starter

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    My fingers are WAY TOO FAT! I have the keyboard settings on my HTC ARIA as big as they will go! I read that a rubber tipped stylus will work, but I would like to confirm that first. The salesman said that a stylus won't work as the screen relies on heat sensor input from the finger!

    Anyone please advise if you know different! I love the phone now that it is rooted, but I am finding it to be too small if I can't use a stylus!

    Please Help!

    Thanks!

    Bob in Northern NJ
     

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  2. Phinsfan65

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    They have an Aria at my Alltel/AT&T store that you can touch and feel, I will test it and let you know.
     
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  3. AndrewAmazed

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    yea I don't think it will work but I could be wrong.
     
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  5. android272

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    It all depends on weather your touch screen is compasitive or resistive.

    Resistive means it needs pressure to impute

    And competitive means you need your finger or any part of you body. I have used my nose when wearing gloves before.

    You can make your own stylus if you would like. Look up DIY iPad stylus in YouTube and the first one should work. From what the video shows its easy to do
     

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