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A71 touch screen is too sensitive

(Topic created on: 30-06-2021 11:56 PM)
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Reddington
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I got my phone a week ago and cannot get over how sensitive the screen is.  The store I went to didn't have any protective cases, so I'm using it as is.

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BandOfBrothers
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Do you mean on the edges of the screen as some phone's have a setting to help with that.

Or do you mean all over the screen @Reddington  ?


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AndrewL
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@Reddington: If you're finding that your Galaxy A71 screen is too sensitive, then please try heading to Settings > Display > Touch Sensitivity, and toggle this option off if it's active. Now, head to Settings > Accessibility > Interaction and Dexterity > Touch Settings, and increase the assigned times for 'Touch and Hold Delay' and 'Tap Duration'. Let me know how you get on. 

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Reddington
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It's the entire screen.

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Reddington
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Thing is, touch sensitivity is already off.  Will going into accessibility still help?

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AndrewL
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@Reddington: The Accessibility options mentioned in my previous post are worth a go, as increasing the time it takes for the phone to register touch interactions should reduce the perceived sensitivity of the device. 

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