Need help.... adjusting touch sensitivity

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  1. HSMDiver
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    Hi guys.... I'm a newbie and am having trouble finding where to adjust the touch sensitivity on the Incredible. I can't scroll thru my phone numbers without accidentally calling people when I "flick" thru the list.

    Is there somewhere I can adjust the "touch" sensitivity?

    Thanks for your help, in advance!:blink:
     
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    No can do AFAIK..... I have not seen a Droid yet that has that ability.
     
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    purchase a zagg screen protector, good and thick..should solve your problem
     
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    If you haven't done it yet, calibrating might help you.

    Click on Menu. Click on settings. Click on Language & Keyboard. Click on Touch Input. Scroll towards the bottom to Calibration tool.
     
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    Interesting. I've never seen that option on any droid. Guess I'll look again.

    On a non related note, has anyone else noticed that damn "taptalk" popup happening more often? I am quite satisfied with swype. If you haven't tried it, it takes about a day to get used to, and you'll never want a keyboard again. Does work a lot better on x though, due to the bigger screen, but I'm sure it can be mastered on original droid with a bit of practice.
     
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