Touch Calibration??

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by cboo357, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. cboo357
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    What's up guys? New to the forum and just activated my Droid X. Coming from the LG Dare, I'm in love. Quick question, is there anyway to adjust the touch settings on the phone? Haven't found anything in settings. Thanks guys.
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    From the Verizon Website

    Touch Screen Settings - Motorola DROID X MB810
    The Motorola DROID X MB810 uses capacitive multi-touch technology. Screen calibration is not supported at this time.

    The capacitive touch screen requires your skin to touch the screen. If you are using a screen protector your screen may not work as designed.


    There are settings so that you can turn on or off haptic feedback, Settings, Sound and Display,
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    There's no need / no way to calibrate any capacitve screen (as far as I know). It's not like the Dare's resistive touch screen.
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