I have reset the calibration so that when you tap the screen with the stylus it responds correctly. There is one small area however on the screen where it records slightly above where you touched with the stylus. This area is around the lower centre of the screen so it is not possible to pick up the on-screen keyboard as it always assumes I am touching just above this. The phone has never been dropped or abused.
Any ideas anyone ?
Its gone m8 i got the p910 and i got the same problem with it u can get a new one off ebay for bout 30 with postage and its dead easy to fit, if u cant fix it ur self let me no ill take sum pics and send them to u
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for window phones 1. Press the "Home" key and press "Start." Use the directional pad to highlight "Settings," then press the center or "Enter" button. 2. Use the directional pad to select the System tab. Select "Screen," then press the center or "Enter" button. Select "Align Screen." 3. Using your smartphone's stylus, tap the crosshairs as they appear on your screen. Do this for as many as appear, until the calibration tool finishes. Your screen is now properly calibrated. for Android phone 4. Press the "Home" button or capacitive area, then press "Menu." Tap "Settings." 5. Tap "Language and keyboard." Tap "Keyboard settings." Tap "Tutorial" and go through the steps that appear on your screen. 6. Once this is finished, turn your phone off and on again. Your keyboard has been adjusted, which activates a re-calibration of the capacitive touchscreen. (Capacitive screens are technically far more accurate that resistive, and so a full calibration tool is not included with Android phones.)
If your Leapster 2 will turn on, but the touch screen is not responding to the stylus, try re-calibrating the stylus with the screen using the steps below:
1. Turn your Leapster 2 off, and remove the game cartridge.
2. Hold down the 'hint' button while the game is off. The 'hint' button is the middle small button in the row of three above the directional pad on the left, with a '?' on it.
3. With your finger still firmly on the 'hint' button, turn the Leapster 2 back on. Keep your finger on the 'hint' button.
4. The screen should be displaying the calibration screen. You can release the 'hint' button now.
5. Press the 'A' button on the right to enter the calibration screen.
6. A small '+' sign will appear on the screen. Touch it with the stylus. A new '+' sign will appear. Touch this with the stylus too, and repeat for as many '+' signs as your Leapster 2 throws at you.
7. The screen will return to the calibration screen. You can now turn the machine off. Leave the cartridge out of the console, and turn it back on.
8. Your stylus and touch screen should now be working, enabling you to sign in as usual.
9. If it is working correctly then you can turn it off, add a game cartridge and turn it back on
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I solved the problem by re-calibrating the screen. Go to the home icon on the screenn tap preferences, date and time, then tap digitizer. Then follow the prompts and tap exactly on the target Xs. Thanks!
Try using your finger to calibrate the screen at first. (If you have difficult to navigate to the alignment screen use the stylus & keyboard to feel out your way) when calibrated to an accepable degree use the stylus to calibrate the sreen, if the target doesn't respond to stylus at any specific piont use your finger. Continue this process till u get it aligned as best as possible. I suspect this problem is caused by specific points on the screen going bad.
We've put together some useful tips on calibrating your MobilePro
* When calibrating your touch screen be sure to use the same amount of pressure that you apply during normal use. In general, the lighter the better. This allows the screen to recognize taps consistently.
* When calibrating your touch screen hold the stylus over the calibration point until it moves to the next point. Holding it for this period will lead to greater accuracy than just tapping the spot quickly.
* When calibrating your touch screen support the screen from the back with your other hand. Try not to grasp the screen from the side with your thumb on the front.
* When calibrating your touch screen do not let anything other that the stylus accidentally touch the screen. For example, don't rest part of your hand on the screen to help steady the stylus.
* Once you've completed the stylus calibration, be sure to perform the double tap calibration as well. This will ensure greater accuracy.