1. Windows Central Question's Avatar
    Most of the time I am having problems getting my Windows 10 phone to respond to my left hand fingers. This has been the case for some time. After a while i usually give up and use my right hand, even though I am left-handed. Is this by design? Am I missing a setting? Is the phone screen sensitive to some significant deficiency on the surface of my left hand fingers? Can anyone throw any light on this

    My phone is a Microsoft Lumia 650 (OS 10.0.15254.158).
    01-10-2018 03:30 PM
  2. Adam Bolt1's Avatar
    That seems weird. I have had no problems on any phone before whether typing/swiping with my left or right hand.
    The only adjustments you can make for Left Hand use is the keyboard as far as I am aware. Go into settings language/region keyboards. At the bottom you will see a button to click for more advance settings and then you can control the keyboard for left or right hand use.
    I don't think this will fix your issue though.
    Cheers Adam
    01-10-2018 05:10 PM

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