Question about Cell Phones
Go to the settings on the phone and look for the accessibility settings. under the accessibility settings there should be a screen calibration option. if present select it and follow the directions. generally the touchscreen sensitivity can be calibrated to help deal with most sensitivity problems, but the problem can also be inherent with the type of screen used in the phone and the hardware related to it so beware that this might something that cannot be truly "fixed".
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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