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Delirious D

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Coming from my Lg g2 I've notice the g4 has an ULTRA sensitive screen. You'd think that was nothing to complain about BUT its actually quiet annoying.

Trying to scroll through pictures, web, even this forum. With the tiniest touch I'm opening up a thread or picture by accident or on a new website cause I touched an ad. Didn't have this issue with any other device I've ever had. Can't figure out how to calibrate/ adjust..

Toooooo sensitive.. Please help.

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sswitzer

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Coming from my Lg g2 I've notice the g4 has an ULTRA sensitive screen. You'd think that was nothing to complain about BUT its actually quiet annoying.

Trying to scroll through pictures, web, even this forum. With the tiniest touch I'm opening up a thread or picture by accident or on a new website cause I touched an ad. Didn't have this issue with any other device I've ever had. Can't figure out how to calibrate/ adjust..

Toooooo sensitive.. Please help.

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Try this: Settings... Accessibility... Motor and cognition... Touch feedback time. Change it from short to Medium.

There was a thread a few weeks ago about this, although I haven't tried it.
 

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I've got mine set on "long", and its still a little bit sensitive. I never got missed taps, but I've had to adjust my scrolling to avoid the over sensitivity issue.
 

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I have mine set to long. BUT along with that Cognition I put Touch Control Areas to On. Mine was really sensitive, I use stylus. Especially when it came to the 3 tap to zoom in. Seems the phone was always using the zoom and it was a pain in the you know what. I also downloaded SGS Screen Booster and with the settings I made works good now.
 

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I think I might have figured out the reason for this, it might sound stupid, but just hear me out.

Short Answer:
Apply more of your finger on the surface of the screen rather than just the fingertip.

Long Answer:
I have been an iPhone user for years and was used to the heat sensing touchscreen, so I was using my fingertips as lot more. On cold days my fingertips would be a lot tighter on the skin. So I started getting irritated with it "clicking", "typing", etc. So I placed my fingers down at an angle and put my skin more on the screen than usual.
 

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