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    A coworker of mine has the Ally, and mentioned that the calibration seems to be off. I've tried to find a way to calibrate it, but am not having any luck. Is there a way to fix this? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleW View Post
    A coworker of mine has the Ally, and mentioned that the calibration seems to be off. I've tried to find a way to calibrate it, but am not having any luck. Is there a way to fix this? Thanks!
    I just checked myself and don't see anything either. It should be under Menu > Screen and Keyboard but it isn't
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    Default Re: calibrate the touch screen

    Don't know of you found the answer to this yet, but for the HTC one x the calibration tool is under settings, language & keyboard, HTC sense input, advanced settings. Hope this helps you.
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    Thanks, but she ended up switching from the LG Ally to a different phone shortly afterwards because of the screen issues. The option simply was not available on that phone model.

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