Originally Posted by AndyGarton
Nice find, I'm sure something like that is required - I'd love a "finger only" mode personally as I'm not interested in using a pen/pencil/whatever with my phone.
Yeah, same here. I do know that this is in fact the way to adjust the sensitivity, but i have no idea what's what. What happens if i set it to 1? Or what happens if i set it to 0.0099?
Note: It looks like ClearPad is Synaptic's touch technology which is being used in most
Found this in the Android source:
By freexperia <jerpelea> on Aug 17, 2012
# Input Device Calibration File for the Tuna touch screen.
# Basic Parameters
touch.deviceType = touchScreen
touch.orientationAware = 1
touch.size.calibration = diameter
touch.size.scale = 10
touch.size.bias = 0
touch.size.isSummed = 0
# Driver reports signal strength as pressure.
# A normal thumb touch typically registers about 200 signal strength
# units although we don't expect these values to be accurate.
touch.pressure.calibration = amplitude
touch.pressure.scale = 0.005
touch.orientation.calibration = none
Notice "touch.pressure.scale = 0.005". The Ultra is set to 0.0074. I need a tester who has CWR installed and has or can do a full NANDROID backup and can test this. I'm only rooted.
Totally unrelated: I just got my first SOD, and i didn't even do anything. I have no idea what's happening :S