I got a Samsung Rogue for Christmas and the user's manual is not very helpful. I setup the mobile email for my yahoo account but can't figure out how to open jpg files that are either attached or emedded in the email. Also is there a way to adjust the sensitivity of the touch screen, it takes a lot of pressure to select the options.
Ok so I am having some really annoying issues with screen taps. texting on this thing freaking sucks, I don't know if its just screen lag or the screen is not reading my finger taps. Any fixes to make the screen read better??????
just got a E7 last week. Great phone for my needs but I find the touch screen a little too sensitive that a slight brush would activate e.g the call dial pad or the options menu in the home screen. This usually happens when I try one handed operations as I try to stretch my thumb across the screen.
Does anyone know where & how to reduce the sensitivity of the touch screen so that it will only register a touch when I deliberately touch it?
in the old S5 you could enable "glove mode" to improve touchscreen sensitivity, with this option enabled you could use a simple pencil as a stylus. I know it's enabled by default in the S6 (even without an option in settings) but it's not as the S5 was (no pencil stylus here).
I followed the directions to adjust my Android Galaxy S6 Edge but when I went to "Display " to find the "Sensitivity Setting" there was none. Idk if it's been uninstalled or deleted. Either way, can I get it back if so?
I had problem with low volume during the call so I followed the suggestion in the forum elowhttp://www.samsunggalaxysforum.com/s...)-very-low-!!/There are suggestions to adjust the "sidetone" value. Once I did that, I have been hearing the echo throughout my calls (not happen in speaker or headset mode, though). Now I am very frustrated. If anyone come across the solution for this issue
For some reason, the screen on my at&t gs6 doesn't seem as responsive as it should be. It often misses swipes I make while playing games or in the ui it also seems to take a bit longer than normal to register taps while typing.
I searched settings and developer options and I see no way to increase screen sensitivity.
Also happens a lot when pulling the drop down menu.
I changed my lock screen to finger print this morning. Typically I just have it set to swipe, but wanted it on for the day, I do that periodically. This evening I went to change it back and the option for swipe and no lock arent available. They say, " turned off by administrator, encryption policy or credential storage." I tried looking through these areas and didn't find anything. I didn't change any of those settings or install any apps that may have changed it (Android pay is deactivated).
I have a problem with my SGS 2.The problem is if I press the Menu Touch key nothing happens.The problem is since the version 2.3.I've installed yesterday ICS with the same result.But if I press the back Touch Key the Menu TouchKey lights on.
On my iPhone the default camera app uses the touch to focus feature to also set the exposure. It seems not to be the case on the Galaxy and the only way to change the exposure is to point the camera elsewhere (I tried the 3 different exposure settings also). Is there any kind of 'touch to set the exposure' feature in the default or 3rd party app?
Suddenly my Tocco started to play, when I press anything on the touch screen it registers the touch in completely different place, or doesn't at all. So, either you have to press ALOT of times to do anything or you just get angry and cannot do anything. I took it to local samsung store with my warranty, after a week I had it back and they said it was liquid damaged therefore you have to pay.What I though is, if it was liquid damaged (But I never remember to have any liquid on the phone, even a small bit) wouldent it be worse? Not just screen sensetivity. After looking on ebay I have found Digitizer with touch screen for Tocco, which costs 15 pounds. So my question is, would it solve the problem if I bought it and replaces, and if not, any way to sort it out without paying too much?
I have a Samsung GT S5233S with Att. My touch screen is in perfect condition with no scratches or anything. When I woke up in the morning it doesn't work anymore, I can't really use this phone for anything else except pick up calls now.
I've been looking for the solution for this for a long time and have not been able to find an answer. Here is my issue: I have a Touch Enabled game that works perfectly well on other touch devices (including Samsung SPH-M800/M810), but not on the newer Samsung Touch Devices A867 onwards.I add the JAD attribute: MIDlet-Touch-Support: True and it removes the Virtual D-Pad, but I am left with an 80 pixel high gray bar at the bottom. I have tried painting specifically to that area with no effect, I've tried set FullScreen(true) in my Canvas class but it doesn't do much.I can't seem to find a way to get rid of this gray bar. Have any of you come across is and solved it?If so, how?
So i got my phone about a week ago and when i do a reset back to factory new, they work until i have done the set up of phone, it no longer works. When i check under settings and display there is no options for my lights. How to turn it on?
I have a Samsung Highlight T749. I bought a replacement oem touch screen. The add said it was easy to do but I am having difficulty locating where the touch screen wire connects to. When I took the old screen off, the wires just came right up and I didn't see where they connect to. I think I have to take the phone apart even futher, but am afraid I might break something since I don't know how it is supposed to come apart.