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By Ste_Vege, Junior Member on 11th September 2014, 11:10 PM
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Hi,
I am looking for an app to reduce the sensitivity of the touch screen for my Moto G. The right top part of the screen randomly detect like a touch, even if I am not touching the screen. Do you know any app to reduce the sensitivity of the touch screen? At the moment my smartphone is not rooted but I will do it if it can fix my problem.

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Stefano
 
 
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Hi,
I am looking for an app to reduce the sensitivity of the touch screen for my Moto G. The right top part of the screen randomly detect like a touch, even if I am not touching the screen. Do you know any app to reduce the sensitivity of the touch screen? At the moment my smartphone is not rooted but I will do it if it can fix my problem.

Thanks,
Stefano

Looks like you got a screen failure... If you can send it to warranty. I think an app can't resolve this kind of issue.
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Looks like you got a screen failure... If you can send it to warranty. I think an app can't resolve this kind of issue.

I sent it already to Motorola, I waited for 3 weeks to have my phone back and they didn't fix it! (UK repair centre). I've found this app on play store: touch screen booster, and it seems that reducing the sensitivity all the lowest level it works better. But I was looking for a more specific app.
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