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Discussion in 'Android Tablet Q&A' started by onoski, May 26, 2012.

  1. onoski

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    well here I am with a tablet, and after using other peoples tablets can anybody tell me why i have to press like the beejesus on this tablet just to get the apps on the screen to move and not activate. was there supposed to be a pen stylis with the tablet and are the only directions you get really doesn't tell you much about the applications or how to hook up to yhe internet???
     
  2. jimbo7630

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    What brand and model and is it Resistive or Capacitive?
     
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    Hi onoski, congratulations on your new tablet and welcome to the forum. I'm moving your thread to the Android Tablet Q&A section for you, where more people are likely to join the discussion and try to help you. Good luck!
     
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    android 2.2 kernel 2.6.32.9 defalt what do you mean resistive or capacitive
     
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    Touch screen is either Resistive or Capacitive (Capacitive can zoom by pinching i.e. two fingers moving together or apart)
     
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    so can resisitive. what it actually means is capacitive is far more sensitive to your touch and as such much easier to use in most apps.
    resistive needs pressure to be applied , this sounds like what you have. they are cheaper to manufacture therefore buy and make up the budget end of most tablets although capacitive tabs are now to be had for around £60/$100.
    You can get any stylus to work (i actually paid 1penny to have a nintendo ds stylus sent from china which worked ok) but some may be better than others. on some tabs you can adjust this sensitivity by calibrating the screen touch (touch as lightly as possible when following directions during calibration) or thay may have a sensitivity level adjust in settings.
     

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