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Very much an improvement, stylus is still garbage tho. My adonit jot pro still can't be used because the screen captures far too few touch events.

Nice app tho!
Argh, damnit! We have the kernel sources, is there any way to raise those touch events reported?

BTW, I have the same stylus, can't wait to put it to good use.
 
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Default how does it work ?

Hi, I have downloaded it but I dont see much difference ... how do u test really? Not sure if I see any difference setting to 0
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Argh, damnit! We have the kernel sources, is there any way to raise those touch events reported?

BTW, I have the same stylus, can't wait to put it to good use.
havent you tried the asus note app supposed to work fine
 
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havent you tried the asus note app supposed to work fine
it works fine but it still cant use a stylus or write fast with
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What ninja said, it takes about twice as long writing stuff out on the tab, rather than pen and paper, which makes it inefficient to the point of useless.

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Wow that was really cool testing
 
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With the OPs settings, mine is running really well and I haven't had any issues.

Supernote works better then anything so far, but still far from usable.
 
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Argh, damnit! We have the kernel sources, is there any way to raise those touch events reported?

BTW, I have the same stylus, can't wait to put it to good use.
Hi,

i saw people mentioning a build.prop setting named windowsmgr.max_events_per_sec, which is set to 150 by default on the 7500. I've changed that to 300, and it appears to make things snappier, especially scrolling operations. I finally got close to iPad2's responsiveness with this. But there might also be other factors involved...
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Hi,

i saw people mentioning a build.prop setting named windowsmgr.max_events_per_sec, which is set to 150 by default on the 7500. I've changed that to 300, and it appears to make things snappier, especially scrolling operations. I finally got close to iPad2's responsiveness with this. But there might also be other factors involved...
That sounds big. Have you tried writing with a stylus? Full-speed stylus handwriting on the GT10 is pretty much the holy grail for touchscreen improvements. Anyone who can make that happen will certainly get a beer from me... or two... (that is, once my GT10 comes back from being serviced!)

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