1. Jeremy's Avatar
    world of difference... got it over on Ppc Geeks

    HKLM/Software/OEM/TFLOSettings

    Change DWord value for FingerPressure to 9000
    12-20-2007 09:01 PM
  2. Jamaal890's Avatar
    hey i cant find that hklm folder anywhere, can u help me out... im using resco explorer
    12-21-2007 10:06 AM
  3. surur's Avatar
    world of difference... got it over on Ppc Geeks

    HKLM/Software/OEM/TFLOSettings

    Change DWord value for FingerPressure to 9000
    Its a fine balance. If you set touchflo sensitivity too high selection becomes difficult.

    Surur
    12-21-2007 10:17 AM
  4. mg48's Avatar
    surur, are you saying that 9000 is a good # or that the factory setting is good?
    12-21-2007 10:37 PM
  5. surur's Avatar
    surur, are you saying that 9000 is a good # or that the factory setting is good?
    There is no harm in trying all the numbers and see whats working for you. In the end I reverted back to the factory setting.

    Surur
    12-22-2007 03:17 AM
  6. Jeremy's Avatar
    9000 is a good choice.
    12-22-2007 06:01 PM
  7. smrs's Avatar
    Great! Been needing this!
    01-02-2008 05:47 PM
  8. mg48's Avatar
    I like the 9000 setting. Though I have to admit I did not try anything in between it and the default setting.
    01-03-2008 12:42 PM
  9. Jeremy's Avatar
    just so everyone knows if you align your screen this setting will change. simply just go back and edit it after the align.
    01-03-2008 11:25 PM
  10. jim256's Avatar
    im not sure how many people already know about this/have done this but...

    i would certainly recommend changing HKLM\DRIVERS\TOUCHPANEL "PRESSURETHRESHOLD" from w/e it is to the highest value (FFFFFFFF in hex).

    it makes a difference. not too much, because in the end the software can only do so much, and it was dumb htc making the screen so unresponsive (my dads axim x30's screen is *F A R* more responsive...).

    but i do know that it makes a difference, because i once input "2" because i wasnt sure it was doing anything and... :o ended up having to hard reset my phone because the screen wouldnt do anything no matter what...dont put it too low!
    02-18-2008 12:36 AM
  11. JNGold's Avatar
    The pressure sensitivity settings are overridden anytime you do a screen calibration. As a matter of fact, the lighter you press on the screen calibration screen, the higher the sensitivity numbers are set.
    02-18-2008 09:28 AM
  12. kaitlyn2004's Avatar
    Oh great! Thanks! Mine was actually at 2100.. i set it to 5500 and notice a huge improvement! yayy


    No idea how you guys just somehow "know" what to change, but thanks!
    04-14-2008 07:50 PM
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