Hi, I did add some code but looks like that's not the problem, perhaps the pressure values from the touchscreen also need calibrating.
Can you download:
copy it to your phone and change default.txt by putting a # at the start of the line that says "set initrd initrd-android"
Boot as normal and you should get a text console.
Now do the touchscreen calibration by pressing the camera button and then touching the screen. You will see some messages scrolling up the screen. If its the pressure that is not calibrated you won't need to touch the screen.
Let me know what the last number in the messages is, it should say "TouchScreen Calibration: MIN=(..,..) MAX=(..,..) P=.."
I need to know the P value.
Originally Posted by uiucryan
I am still having trouble with my touch-screen.
DZO - last time I mentioned it you said:
"It does this if it misses a ts interrupt, this shouldn't happen but I'll put some code in the ts event loop to check for missed interrupts."
Any update on this?