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Stylus for non-touch screen

Is there a stylus that can be used on a non-touch screen?

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What is the best stylus for the iphones


You probably won't like my answer, but the best stylus is your finger.
Apple made the capacitive touch screen so people shouldn't have to use a stylus pen. Older devices with a resistive screen need a stylus pen.
If you're used to use a resistive screen like on older GPS-devices, you need to adjust yourself to a capacitive screen of your iPhone.
-Don't try to touch items with the tip of your finger or nail.
-Even if you touch a letter on the phones keyboard with your thumb (which is maybe four times the size of the button), doen't the to touch it with the tip of your thumb. Place your thumb over the button, BUT MAKE SURE THE BUTTON IS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE AREA YOU TOUH WITH YOUR THUMB!

Just give it a try. Once you're used to it, you'll never want a stylus anymore. Everyone i know who ever buyed a stylus never used it.

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If it is a resistive touch screen you can use anything as a stylus. To test if it is resistive touch it with a non conductive material like something made of wood or wear a glove. If it doesn't work then it is a capacitive touch screen and then you just need to buy any capacitive stylus and yes it will work. Photoshop should work fine too.

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The pen has stopped working when touching the screen


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
Thank you for using fixya! I hope I had helped you with your problem. May you have a good day!

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How do I change the sensitivity to the screen so that I can use my longnails & not my finger?


you will not be able to use your fingernail on the hero screen. the touch screen is similar to the iphone (capacitive) and different to most other touch screens that use a stylus (resistive).

your finger is required for the screen to pick up where you touch.

there is a special stylus you can buy that will work, but make sure it is specifically for the iphone. a standard plastic tipped stylus will not work.

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I got a new Styles, for my Veratec C3200, with a new battery, is not working, touch screen no longer respond.


Is it brand-new? If so, any installation disk perhaps? With stylus/ non-standard interface peripherals, it's not uncommon that the standard driver will not completely work right...

If no particular installation disk, try uninstalling the existing driver:

My computer --> Hardware tab --> Device Manager --> Mice and other pointing devices (properties)

Uninstall the driver, reboot (make sure stylus is connected) or go to Control Panel --> Add New Hardware and allow windows to detect the new Stylus...

Hope this helps!

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Solved same problem.
Same model ipaq 1940.
Sorry for my bad english;this is what You can do:
Open the ipaq
Remove the mainboard
My problem was the connection between LCD and Touchscreen.
So I solved putting on the connection 3cm of tape to have a fully working contact.Indeed, the lower part of cable, with the 2 little holes was disconnected.
After this all becames to life!
I hope helps!
Vit :-)
In italiano: 3 cm di nastro adesivo fra LCD e touchscreen.Il loro contatto non era perfetto.Ora tutto funziona.Con un po' di manualità si riesce a fare senza problemi!
Saluti, Vit

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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.

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