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[Q] Can I pinch to zoom on I5500?

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Default [Q] Can I pinch to zoom on I5500?

I just flashed my I5500 with this version: I5500XWJP9 and I was expecting I can do pinch to zoom. If pinch to zoom is available on this, can you help me with what is to be done?

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Default Nope, you can't!

I5500 hardware doesn't support pinch zoom or any dual touch gestures,however you can fake it as dual touch madteam.co
sorry i cant post link here due to xda-restriction..search for "[Coding]Fake DualTouch+madteam.co" in google.i hope you will find the link
 
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That mean is: fake dual touch?
i'm try this, but not good.
 
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Did you tried the fake dual touch......

FrgTTen from galaxy 5
 
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No it's not possible but the fake dual touch looks pretty damn cool!! I'll give it a try myself.
 
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The screen on the i5500/i5503 only has a single-touch digitiser...it cannot detect multi-touch. It's a hardware limitation.
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