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Improve Your Screen Sensitivity in Windows Mobile
If you are having some issues or want to make your screen more accurate, this may be of your liking. XDA member olyloh6696 presents some useful tips -cab included- to increase the screen sensitivity on your Windows Mobile device by changing some registry entries. According to the developer this sets your screen sensitivity to the maximum allowable pressure point, so your resistive touch screen will require a lighter touch to register changes.
This was originally made for the Toshiba TG01, but should work on other WM devices. Please post a comment if
it´s working on yours.
Originally posted by olyloh6696
[TIPS] Improve Screen Sensitivity Of Your WinMo (.cab)
I have found tips over the forums on how to improve the screen sensitivity of your WinMo resistive touchscreen
1) When calibrating your screen, tap the cursor hairs as accurately and as lightly as possible. I use a toothpick for this, it has a fine tip. You will notice immediately how much more responsive your screen is!
2) Another method I found was:
a) Install Attached .cab / Reg Tweak
b) Soft Reset
c) Be Amazed at your Screen Sensitivity!
This is a little .cab file / reg tweak created by kevinpwhite (all credits to him)
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