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11th September 2014, 12:20 AM |#31  
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Thanks a lot!!! Mine is T-320, I installed T320XXU1BND3 and the problem is completely gone! I didn't have to wipe. All apps and settings from the original rom remained. No knox trip. Here is the link with intructions, if someone is interested: http://www.sammobile.com/firmwares/3/?download=29095

Bad news. The solution didn't last, after some days the problem went back. I also tried every possible combination in "SGS screen booster" with no luck. Unfortunately I will have to send the tablet to customer supoort.
 
 
30th September 2014, 04:36 PM |#32  
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I added a tempered glass screen protector last night and it reduced the screen's over sensitivity to normal. I recommend trying a glass screen protector to reduce sensitivity.
1st December 2014, 02:00 AM |#33  
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SGS Booster DOES WORK (at least it seems like it)
Ok, so I picked up a Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 from BestBuy for $199, like the tablet at first but the touch sensitivity was driving me nuts, it was almost impossible to rearrange icons on the home screen. I thought the deal was a bust and was about to return the tablet when I found this thread.

After installing SGS Booster, I was disappointed at first because it didn't seem to make a difference. I was Googling around some more when it dawned on me that there was a "start service on boot" checkbox. I enabled the option and gave it a reboot just for grins and giggles, instant improvement. I have the sensitivity set to 52 and I lowered the minimum motion to 1 (from default of 3).

I don't know if it will continue to help (others have reported that after a wipe its better only for a short time), but hopefully it's a solution.
1st December 2014, 06:50 AM |#34  
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I think it can be hardware defect.
Now I have two tab pro and found the following
The one with warm white has touchscreen problem
The one with cool white is perfect.
Moreover, I realized the one with problem fits roocase while the good one doesn't fit at all.
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14th December 2014, 05:21 PM |#35  
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Are these different model numbers or build numbers? How can they be a different size? Are the kernal version numbers different? Please let us know. Something must be different.
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14th December 2014, 09:32 PM |#36  
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Are these different model numbers or build numbers? How can they be a different size? Are the kernal version numbers different? Please let us know. Something must be different.
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They're with exactly same ROM (build number, kernel version, Android version, and NK1 ROM). I suspect it's hardware issue.
Touch on the good one is 100% perfect with no scrolling interruption or wrong touch even a glass plate has been installed.
Note: Brando one is pretty good though QC can be questionable. If you found something wrong (the first one has some chipping on one side), take a pic and send an email and they will send a replacement for free.
22nd January 2015, 06:27 PM |#37  
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Thanks dude. I bought the tab a while back and rooted/installed cm12. The sensitivity issue started bothering me soon. Screen protector installed. I used your guidance, and the problem is gone. Thanks a lot

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4th February 2015, 04:47 PM |#38  
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Ok, so I picked up a Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 from BestBuy for $199, like the tablet at first but the touch sensitivity was driving me nuts, it was almost impossible to rearrange icons on the home screen. I thought the deal was a bust and was about to return the tablet when I found this thread.

After installing SGS Booster, I was disappointed at first because it didn't seem to make a difference. I was Googling around some more when it dawned on me that there was a "start service on boot" checkbox. I enabled the option and gave it a reboot just for grins and giggles, instant improvement. I have the sensitivity set to 52 and I lowered the minimum motion to 1 (from default of 3).

I don't know if it will continue to help (others have reported that after a wipe its better only for a short time), but hopefully it's a solution.

Thanks for these settings. I have the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 LTE SM-T325 running CM11. This app with the settings you listed worked well for me.
21st March 2015, 04:26 PM |#39  
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Thanks for these settings. I have the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 LTE SM-T325 running CM11. This app with the settings you listed worked well for me.

For the sake of full disclosure, I ended up returning the Tab Pro 8.4 because the problem came back repeatedly. It was a shame. Worst part is that BestBuy didn't have any more to try another and now they're back up in price. For $200 I would have tried another to get a decent working one.
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