Support Screen calibration?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by RBEmerson, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. RBEmerson

    RBEmerson Well-Known Member
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    I use SwiftKey for my keyboard and generally like it. However, it seems to bring out problems with "I touch this letter and get that letter" that suggest a screen calibration is needed. But if it exists, I can't find it. Is a calibration possible, and if so, how?
     

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  2. taghag

    taghag Well-Known Member
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    According to Verizon no:

    Touch Screen Settings - DROID RAZR / RAZR MAXX by MOTOROLA

    The DROID RAZR / RAZR MAXX by MOTOROLA uses capacitive multi-touch technology. Screen calibration is not supported at this time.
    The capacitive touch screen requires your skin to touch the screen. If you are using a screen protector your screen may not work as designed.
     
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  3. RBEmerson

    RBEmerson Well-Known Member
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    Sigh... Thanks for checking.
     
  4. carracerz14

    carracerz14 Well-Known Member
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    It's not your screen. It's probably swiftkey I have this problem sometimes on swift key 3. Try clearing data and cache for the app. Be warned you will have to set all your settings back up
     
  5. RBEmerson

    RBEmerson Well-Known Member
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    TNX! I'll give that a try. I like the app but the calibration issue gets frustrating on occasion. OTOH the guesses it gives me when a type word (for example I typed Lady and it suggested Gaga) are amusing.
     

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