Originally Posted by ultramag69
I believe you may find there's a calibration app in the themes and apps forum. I believe it was being developed but may be a paid app. Might be an idea to look there....
I've tried that before, but I tried it again just in case. I think you're talking about S-pen Reset, Reset S-pen, whichever one it's called..
Originally Posted by Aes28
Hmm, so the old pen didn't do this? Mine does it too and it's getting rather annoying while drawing. Been wondering if it's just a normal thing I'll have to deal with... but what you said gives me hope. Did you send the SPen back by itself to get a replacement or did you have to buy a new one?
Also does anyone know if the Bamboo Stylus' do this at all?
Yes, and I've tried many many pens... the one that this is I bought at Best Buy as a replacement... so yes, I paid for another pen I should not have had to pay money for, but I didn't care and needed it working. Trust me, I've put a lot of experimentation into what seems like is becoming a project now
. To me, the experience is so variable. Each pen is different. You get a pen that defaults this pressure, another that defaults that... my OEM pen did not become sensitive enough and it was impossible even with adjustment. Then you have people who can get it so sensitive, they can write on the display merely by floating the pointer close enough...
I'm happy with the tablet otherwise. It's just so frustrating. Wacom product support and their pens are usually good technology, but Samsung did not think this through on the software end when they didn't even think to add a calibration utility or some kind of diagnostic panel that at least tells us what pressure is being applied, the XY coordinates, nothing... it's just not helpful when you're having these kinds of problems. It's an expensive device, there should be some kind of support for this sort of problem... I called for some help with warranty and they told me I would have to send the whole tablet in... which is silly.