is there a way to adjust screen sensitivity..my coolpad doesnt seem to register half the time when i touch it...its a real pain in the arse when I text I constantly don't have buttons register
Hey guys I just got my note 2 today and have been messing around with the S pen. Does anyone else notice that when pressing buttons on the screen to open apps or things in apps etc that it is not always responsive unless you hit it at the perfect angle?
I had been having issues with my tablet's touch screen sensitivity until a few weeks ago. I assumed it was the screen protector, but I found that there were days where I had great success. But there were other days where it took several touches to get any thing to register. I even tried one of those apps that shows where your touches are. So many touches never even showed up.
Ran upon this app on the Google play store that allows you to adjust touch sensitivity on the Prime. The app is called TouchScreen Tune. I tried out the free test version and it seems to improve things. Maybe worth a look.
Unfortunately, I find the transformer prime to have pretty poor touch responsiveness when compared to my other devices.
I have a new install of Fedora 17 64 bit with KDE on a HP 2000-416DX laptop. After installation, using the touchpad moved the pointer, but the sensitivity was way too low when tapping --- I almost had to punch the touchpad to get it to register taps. I went into System Settings -> Input Devices -> Touchpad and turned the sensitivity up.
So I was searching around for something that would allow me to change my screen sensitivity. And I'll tell you now this app did wonders try it out on super optimized and check start on boot and restart your phone and see the difference. Its called touch screen booster in the app store
Sprint and HTC are releasing their first update over-the-air for the HTC One. This update, labeled version 1.29.651.10, includes BlinkFeed improvements, a new Sprint Zone client, and improved back and home key sensitivity.
The most notable of these is the improved key sensitivity.