Originally Posted by Entropy512
40? odd... It should default to 70 unless you had another init.d script change it.
And it can be changed on the fly.
That is something interesting - Over here in I9100-land there's all sorts of touchscreen fixes and tweaks. In I777 land, the only time people have ever complained about their touchscreen is when running kernels based on I9100 source.
Hah, figures. I'll need to poke around my other tweaks--something is definitely setting it to 40, since my changes aren't sticking. I did hit the bug again, by the way, but I went back and looked at the tsp_threshold, and it was 40, despite the fact that I had manually changed it to 50 before turning the screen off.
Edit: It's not TouchScreenTune, and tsp_threshold doesn't even appear in any of my init.d scripts aside from the one I just created. Nevertheless, every time I turn my screen on, the value is set to 40. I have no idea what could be causing this--what is executed when you turn the screen on?