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  1. Scott_Droid_Bebop

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    Hey everyone I got the New behold two and I can't figure out how to calibrate it so if anyone can help it'd be greatly appreciated. Also when should we be expecting the 2.0 update?
     

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  2. kam187

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    calibrate?
     
  3. Scott_Droid_Bebop

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    Yeah you know like calibrate the phone so when I touch the a button Im not hitting the q button.
     
  4. laker666

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    my suggestion would be press the a button
     
  5. culo77

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    looks like somebody is coming from a palm pilot:eek: i remeber those days calibrating once a month to get the stylus to hit the right area.

    As far as i know for touch screens on android and iPhone, no calibration is needed because it doesnt sense presure it senses heat i think.
     
  6. Scott_Droid_Bebop

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    Ah that makes sense maybe I should just get a new protective sheet for the screen. Thanks
     
  7. paul89

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    you can calibrate the keyboard by using htc's keyboard, they have a calibration tool!!!
     
  8. NowVoyager

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    And if you are using the Stock keyboard, my advice is to hit it slightly left of the key you are trying to tap...Or download Swype and forgetaboutit, LOL.
     
  9. yatimameiji

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    Nope, that force closes the app, probably because the calibration tool is a separate app it calls up.
     
  10. kam187

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    They use capacitane not heat!

    Resistive screens needed calibrating way back because the resistive sensor was a seperate layer on top of the screen. That means they couldnt be sure that it would line up perfectly through the manufacture process.

    Newer screens embed this into the main screen module so you dont have this problem.

    The HTC keyboard calibration is more of a way to compensate for the way you press the keys. Some people use the tip, some people use one side, some use the middle etc.
     

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