1. dullgeek's Avatar
    Is there some way to calibrate the touch screen? I used the swype keyboard, and I've noticed that when I intend to long press the "m" key in order to get a "?", I often (and I mean *often*) will end up pressing the return key. To get the "?" I have to move to the left... as if I'm pressing in between the "m" and the "n" key.

    I've looked this up in the forums and on google, and it appears that you can calibrate the touchscreen on other phones by going to Menu -> settings -> Language & Keyboard, and then there's an option under there to run a tool to calibrate the screen. But I can't find any such option on the MoPho.

    Any suggestions?
    08-24-2011 11:01 PM
  2. stu5797's Avatar
    also would like to know this
    08-25-2011 12:40 AM
  3. Beach_Head's Avatar
    Count me in...
    08-25-2011 12:58 AM
  4. Lok3sh's Avatar
    Same here
    11-15-2011 07:41 PM
  5. DroidHeroDoes's Avatar
    I think Motorola disabled it
    12-08-2011 02:51 PM
  6. Cellmeister's Avatar
    Yes touch screen calibration is a needed function if not mandatory!

    My touch screen is hypersensitive, you can practically breath on it to launch an app! Even with a screen guard on it!

    Come on Moto, the only touch screen phone without calibration?

    I still love my MoPho though!
    12-09-2011 10:57 AM
  7. Maverick750's Avatar
    Curious about this myself. I find, using any keyboard, spacebar often doesn't respond. Typing is much less precise than it was on my Samsung Mesmerize (again, any keyboard - SwiftKey X, Smart Keyboard Pro, stock Android, Swype, etc).
    01-03-2012 10:26 AM
  8. Cellmeister's Avatar
    My screen must of needed breaking in.

    My touch input is fine now.

    But there should be some settings for it, maybe Moto will do it in a future update if enough peop bring up the issue.

    Love my MoPho!
    01-03-2012 01:24 PM
  9. ivarand's Avatar
    same here
    07-02-2012 06:46 PM
  10. tirith's Avatar
    Haven't seen this feature since my g1 and hero....

    Sent using my MoPho-King photon
    07-03-2012 05:35 PM
  11. Cellmeister's Avatar
    I don't know how old your phone is but after a month my touch screen is working fine

    but some key boards do act up

    So at this point there is still not a calibration tool
    07-07-2012 02:08 PM
  12. Rachel Latham Cowan's Avatar
    According to Verizon, there is no option for calibrating the phone. Unfortunately. Because I am really tired of hitting the wrong letters. Grrrr
    08-01-2013 02:25 AM
  13. timmmmu's Avatar
    if anyone knows how you can help the LG Optimus L9 p760 calibrate touch screen
    10-25-2013 05:10 PM
  14. TheOneonYourForum's Avatar
    Now I've just had this issue and actually came on this feed hoping for an answer but to no luck. What I'd honestly recommend (despite it being a huge pain) is turn it off and on again and see if that works. It's just done wonders for mine so who knows. Best of luck!
    02-01-2016 07:59 AM
  15. nikhil223's Avatar
    This app worked for me. Not sure what it does it but my keypad seems to respond better.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...eencalibration
    07-13-2016 04:12 PM
  16. Burd6925's Avatar
    Is there some way to calibrate the touch screen? I used the swype keyboard, and I've noticed that when I intend to long press the "m" key in order to get a "?", I often (and I mean *often*) will end up pressing the return key. To get the "?" I have to move to the left... as if I'm pressing in between the "m" and the "n" key.

    I've looked this up in the forums and on google, and it appears that you can calibrate the touchscreen on other phones by going to Menu -> settings -> Language & Keyboard, and then there's an option under there to run a tool to calibrate the screen. But I can't find any such option on the MoPho.

    Any suggestions?
    You have to go to device help, then click fix, then hardware test, then scroll down to multi touch. You cannot actually calibrate the touch here but you can see how close your touch is. Also the gravity sensor will help your touch out. Hope this helps it helped me a little bit
    11-18-2016 11:38 AM
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