Users of the Android operating system are often interested in how calibration is configured on Android. Now we will try to clarify this nuance in detail.
There are situations when the screen sensor or G-Sensor gets lost. As a result, the display poorly identifies exactly where the finger touches. To fix this problem, you need to figure out how to calibrate the screen Android. How to calibrate and configure the touchscreen itself is described in detail here.
Screen calibration properties on Android allow for more accurate device feel
At its core, this is the process of establishing a touchscreen display for confident and accurate execution of commands transmitted by touching it. Most users do not realize the importance and necessity of this procedure. This is where the comfortable use of the device begins. If you miss this moment, then you will not get the necessary sensitivity and obedience of the touch screen (for example, when using the phone book, chatting on social networks and using a variety of applications).
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Sensor calibration process on Android devices
The operating system Android has, in addition to other software, a built-in calibrator to help you do this important job. It is known that the process of adjusting the screen starts from entering the 'Settings', where we select the 'Display' area from the list, and as a result we have a menu that appears in all the settings.