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Droid X too Touch Sensitive

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ndfan4u, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. ndfan4u

    ndfan4u Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Does anyone know how to make my Droid X screen a bit less sensitive to touch. What I mean is when scrolling for music or ringtones I barely touch the screen and it selects the song or ringtone. How can I desensitize it??
     


  2. deathratlehead

    deathratlehead Android Enthusiast

    It's funny you should say that because I noticed when I do a google image search, when I'm scrolling through the pics, sometimes it selects pics without me picking them. It actually happens a lot. Could someone maybe test this out for me?
     
  3. e5116

    e5116 Well-Known Member

    Get a screen protector that is known for affecting the sensitivity touchscreen? Not something I'd normally recommend, but you asked for it. :D I don't think there are any settings that can change the sensitivity. You can change the scroll speed, etc. though if that's bothering you...
     
  4. thehaggis

    thehaggis Newbie

    You need to be a little more rough with your screen, if you're too timid with it, you'll get mis-selects. Scroll Angry.
     
  5. LexusBrian400

    LexusBrian400 Android Enthusiast

    +1. Its true, stop scrolling like a wimp and use some author-it-tye.
     
  6. john0821

    john0821 Android Enthusiast

    +1.. then again, we might see a new thread.. "i keep long pressing apps and throwing things in the trash" :D
     
  7. Paycer

    Paycer Android Enthusiast

    The screen is heat-sensitive, not pressure-sensitive like my shitty LG Voyager. Pressing more, "solidly," may make your touch more accurate, but how hard you press doesn't actually change how well it detects the touch.

    Maybe you have hot hands? :p
     
  8. ptown434

    ptown434 Member

    Also, I have adapted to holding the finger on items longer. If you barely tap anything it'll select it. But if you tap and hold and then scroll around, it won't do anything. Unless you hold it too long in one place, and then you'll get a pull down menu.

    So, like the others said, don't be too gentle with the swiping and tapping.
     
  9. quickaudi

    quickaudi Android Expert

    hold down and scroll - bet you're slightly tapping it, causing it to select

    that, or touch right next to an app and scroll
     

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