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[Q]Capacitive Touchscreen

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By b02, Senior Member on 11th February 2012, 03:47 PM
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Well, i didn't think that disadvantage of my phone was so big, as i could read before, but i tought it's nonsense.... Yesterdey, it stared snowing and i was out, my touchscreen, as you can guess couldn't work ... I had to heat it in my clothes, and then write a message, it pissed me off so much, people around looked like wtf is he doing (i was covering it with one hand and write with other pointing to the sky, so snow couldn't touch the screen)...

Then i started looking for a stylus and i found some that are ok for capacitive screen...

Does anybody know if it will work on cold weather, and also what can it be done so it would work somehow on cold weather ....

p.s. Yes, now i know what an disadvantage it is of these screens ... I just wonder how people in Canada use it e.g. or anywhere where snow is very common ...?
2nd March 2012, 08:13 AM |#2  
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Maybe Clear Lcd Screen Protector will help you (
15th March 2012, 08:34 AM |#3  
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You can try this for a stylus

Get These Things
  • 1 Pen
  • 1 Paperclip
  • 1 Small Sponge
  • Scissors

  1. Get your pen and remove the bottom of it and the pen from the inside
  2. Poke a hole about 2.5cm from the botom of the pen
  3. Cut a bit of sponge off and push it in the bottom of the pen
  4. poke the paperclip in the hole you made and wrap it around the pen
  5. get the sponge in the bottom damp
  6. now when you put it on the screen while touching the paperclip it wil work
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