[Q] Tweaking Calibration and Screen Sensitivity?
Hi...new to this forum, so advanced thanks to all the tips, allowing me to give my encore new life.
Running CM10.1.2, stable build. Downloaded a stylus writing app (Papyrus), since I thought I could use my Nook to take notes at work. Issue here is that the stylus I bought works fine on my friend's Ipad, but I can't write worth a damn on my screen.
I have read a lot of threads on capacitive styli, and have some on order, but I also started looking at screen calibration and the sensitivity of the screen as well (this really could just be a hardware problem).
Question...I'm looking for the RTFM on shell commands to see if there is any way to improve the sensitivity, as well as calibration (I know there's an app on Play, but I don't need an app, do I?). Seems as if I can't find any info on either, and it's been a long time since I've worked on Linux. Only got one hit on "calibrate", talking about adb commands, and renaming the
Are there any settings to help this out? I booted into TWRP, and there doesn't seem to be anything in there, and there's a bunch of settings in "developer options", but I have to start googling those, to see if any fit the bill.
If anyone can point me in the right direction, I would be extremely grateful. Perhaps this belongs in the developers forum?