Tip & How-To about T-Mobile Wing Smartphone

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Once you have your device activated and charged, you will have to calibrate the screen. Once you have done that, you will be on the Today Screen. The Today Screen displays important information, such as upcoming appointments and status indicators. You can tap a section on the screen to open the associated program. To customize the Today Screen, including the background image, tap Start>Settings>Personal tab>Today

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touch crosshair to calibrate is on my screen how do I get back to main menu screen?


my android saying touch crosshair to calibrate try once more how i can get back my main menu please

Mar 04, 2012 | Coby Tablets & eReaders

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touchscreen not responding


If the touch screen of your phone is not responding to touch then it means you have to calibrate the screen to get it working once again.
To calibrate your screen, be sure that the nuvi is properly charged, then you follow the steps below:
  1. Turn off your nuvi,
  2. Press your finger on the upper left corner of the touch screen,
  3. While holding your finger on the touch screen, turn on the nuvi.
  4. Continue to hold your finger on the screen for about 30 seconds until the calibration screen appears(white screen with touch dot),
  5. Then follow the on screen instructions.
That should do the job for you. hope this helps.

Jan 10, 2011 | Garmin nuvi 255W GPS Receiver

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Screen on my Garmin Nuvi 650 is frozen (no reaction to touch). Cna move through screens via the on/off button. Haven't updated maps...ever. Seems like most repairs will cost me $25 just in shipping. Any solutions in Seattle, WA? Should I just replace with a new one?


The problem with the gps device is a minor one. First you ensure it is properly charged, then you reset it by holding down the power button for about 15 seconds, then it will restart and you will be able to touch the screen once again. If that does not work, then you need to calibrate the screen, take note that calibrating the screen does not just work the moment you try it, you need to try it repeatedly till you get it right. This is how to calibrate your nuvi:
  1. Turn off your nuvi,
  2. Press your finger on the upper left corner of the touch screen,
  3. While holding your finger on the touch screen for about 30 seconds until the calibration screen comes appears (white screen with touch dot),
  4. Follow the on screen instructions.
It is an easy fix. The solution above will help you out on that. Another solution is for you to remove the battery and fix it in back. That should also help.

Dec 28, 2010 | Garmin Nuvi 660 GPS Receiver

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My nuvi1460 touch screen sensitivity and accuracy is poor. I touch one button and the function of another button is activated. How do I recalibrate the screen accuracy to touch, please?


You should check if a screen protection film is still on. If so remove it.

Next is to calibrate your screen following Garmin procedure
Turn off device.
Press top left corner of device an hold.
Turn on while holding pressure, once device starts, release start, but still hold the pressure for 10 seconds until a screen is appearing with "press dot"

Sep 26, 2010 | Garmin GPS

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Tech Help


You need to calibrate the touch screen. With the unit off press and hold the power button until the calibration screen appears (approx 35 seconds). The follow the instruction on touching the dot on the screen. Once this is done your screen should be OK.

Dec 28, 2007 | Garmin StreetPilot c340 GPS Receiver

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