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Support Any way to increase touch screen sensitivity

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gwlaw99, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. gwlaw99

    gwlaw99 Well-Known Member
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    The one I used in the verizon store required a bit too much pressure
     

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  2. dante

    dante New Member
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    <<bump>>
     
  3. Robobandit

    Robobandit Well-Known Member
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    It is a capacitive touchscreen..(it works using your body's natural electricity) you shouldn't need any pressure.
     
  4. quixand

    quixand Well-Known Member
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    Unless....he's a zombie. In which case...BURN HIM!
     
  5. ratchetjaw

    ratchetjaw Well-Known Member
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    LOL dam now that was funny ROFLMO :D but dont you have to destroy the brain lol
     
  6. dante

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    OUCH!!
    The newbie getting abused!!
    Well I just ordered a protector from ZAGG.
    I will try and get Verizon to swap out this privacy protector I got..
    It really is worthless.
    My privacy protector is giving you a sharp elbow to the ribs!!
    :)
     
  7. quixand

    quixand Well-Known Member
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    That's what fire is for! ;)
     
  8. hockeytops

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    Correct, but there are some things that may require increasing the capacitative screen's sensitivity. For instance, I just bought a Droid and a privacy screen protector which is a bit thick. The instructions with the protector say to increase the sensitivity [to make up for the increased distance between your finger and the screen]. However, there's nothing in the settings menu to do that.

    Does anyone have any ideas? Are there apps for it?
     
  9. shreeshar7

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    put ur one finger to the Ac plug point and touch with the other finger and try ...there will be more electiciiityyy....LOL :D
     

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