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[Q] Touchscreen sensitivity.

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By Salo-S, Senior Member on 20th April 2014, 11:27 PM
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hello, a few days ago my xperia sp was depressed and tried to kill herself by throwing from a height of 90cm. The result was a broken touch screen, which cost me about $ 90. Since it is not difficult I myself installed the touch screen.

However, after installing the screen, I noticed that the sensitivity is horrible, the touchscreen was a little difficult to operate, but not impossible. I even can use day to day, but it is remarkable the difference in sensitivity between the new touch screen and touch screen broken.

What can I do to improve or increase the sensitivity of the screen? Thank you.
 
 
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Try calibration touchscreen via some app.
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you could turn on glove mode. that would increase the sensitivity.
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Was it an OEM digitaliser? You could try cleaning the contacts. Someone else on here has just experienced the same thing he reported a big difference between the two screens and also a discrepancy between the serial numbers on the digitaliser.

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hello, a few days ago my xperia sp was depressed and tried to kill herself by throwing from a height of 90cm. The result was a broken touch screen, which cost me about $ 90. Since it is not difficult I myself installed the touch screen.

However, after installing the screen, I noticed that the sensitivity is horrible, the touchscreen was a little difficult to operate, but not impossible. I even can use day to day, but it is remarkable the difference in sensitivity between the new touch screen and touch screen broken.

What can I do to improve or increase the sensitivity of the screen? Thank you.

Please go to http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2727747
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Please go to http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2727747

as i've seen, may i have to change my screen again? thanks
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as i've seen, may i have to change my screen again? thanks

Change it if it gives you problems

I'll change mine again for an oem version
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holy ship, more $90 dollars spent on this phone. Planning to buy a Moto G instead.
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