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By MikBre, Member on 26th February 2014, 10:22 AM
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adjustment sensitivity (in cm11 under display setting ) controls the screen sensitivity for touch or the sensitivity of sensor for automatic brightness?
 
 
27th February 2014, 11:23 AM |#2  
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It is the setting for automatic brightness.
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the notification bar, drops alone when I put in ear . It have something to do with this?
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the notification bar, drops alone when I put in ear . It have something to do with this?

No, is a known bug of cm11
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It is the setting for automatic brightness.

Are you completely sure of that?
As i've written in the cm11 development thread i've got some problems with screen.
Some times react as having water drops on screen.

I don't know if it is a coincidence but after setting sensitivity to very low in these 2 days this problem happened only 2 times...
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Im really sure that it is the setting for auto-brightness. And i have never heard about such a setting in CM to change the sensibility of the touch screen. But i had those issues of "ghost fingers" too and a thorougly cleaned screen did the job - some soap, clean dry firmly.
Do you have a screen protector on the display? Maybe remove it if yes.
And it might also be a hardware related problem...
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Im really sure that it is the setting for auto-brightness. And i have never heard about such a setting in CM to change the sensibility of the touch screen. But i had those issues of "ghost fingers" too and a thorougly cleaned screen did the job - some soap, clean dry firmly.
Do you have a screen protector on the display? Maybe remove it if yes.
And it might also be a hardware related problem...

No i haven't any protector on screen
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