1. msizzlee's Avatar
    Hi,
    I recently spilled coffee on the tablet and had it fixed. Everything seems to work great and none of my things were erased, but I noticed that the pen became much more sensitive.

    I use the handwriting feature quite a lot for taking notes, and now when I lift the pen up (after every letter/word), it continue to write for another second or two. This makes everything cursive and illegible. Here is an example: https://ibb.co/SvL1dr0

    Is there anything I can do to decrease the sensitivity of the pen?
    Thanks!
    05-13-2019 04:02 AM
  2. SpookDroid's Avatar
    Not from a software standpoint. You'd have to take it to the repair shop as this is either a panel distance issue (the Wacom digitizer responsible for S-Pen input) or power adjustment (hardware).

    You can also try to adjust the S-Pen potentiometer (again, this is hardware).
    https://galaxy-note2.gadgethacks.com...ponse-0140084/
    05-13-2019 09:50 AM
  3. milleniumdroid's Avatar
    Not from a software standpoint. You'd have to take it to the repair shop as this is either a panel distance issue (the Wacom digitizer responsible for S-Pen input) or power adjustment (hardware).

    You can also try to adjust the S-Pen potentiometer (again, this is hardware).
    https://galaxy-note2.gadgethacks.com...ponse-0140084/
    Just curious about this because of an issue I mentioned in this subforum last week. Is it possible to take apart the S-Pen to get the remains of a broken rigid nib out if the pen? I'm OK with a temporary ghetto kludge since I'm anyway buying a new S-Pen soon. I'm really missing the S-Pen...
    05-17-2019 02:01 PM

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