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before and after Sony fixed my phone (due to the famous crack) i have difficulties with the touchscreen, random ghost clicks while it's not in a moisture environment whatsoever. I already changed the sensitivity to 5 instead of 2 but it didn't help (i have it now on 7 and i'm checking the symptoms now).

Am i currently the only one fighting this or are there more people with this?
 
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Hi guys,

before and after Sony fixed my phone (due to the famous crack) i have difficulties with the touchscreen, random ghost clicks while it's not in a moisture environment whatsoever. I already changed the sensitivity to 5 instead of 2 but it didn't help (i have it now on 7 and i'm checking the symptoms now).

Am i currently the only one fighting this or are there more people with this?
Why dont you add additional screen protector...

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That could do the trick indeed, then i am going to search for one with a oleophobic layer as the Z ultra lacks one (on the shatterproof sheet).
did you add one to prevent the twitchy touchscreen to mess around?
 
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That could do the trick indeed, then i am going to search for one with a oleophobic layer as the Z ultra lacks one (on the shatterproof sheet).
did you add one to prevent the twitchy touchscreen to mess around?
Well no, my screen is completely fine, i just add another to cover the shattered screen protector that preinstalled...i heard add additional one will do the trick cause maybe the screen is to sensitive...

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How did you change the sensitivity?

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How did you change the sensitivity?

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Path: /system/usr/idc
File: max1187x_touchscreen_0.idc
Value need changing: touch.filter.level = X (change x between 1 and 7, deafult is 2)

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