If you are using a screen protector on your Galaxy S10 and noticed that the screen has become slow or unresponsive, you can turn on Touch sensitivity to improve screen responsiveness. The Galaxy S10 uses capacitive multi-touch technology so there’s no option to manually change responsiveness or recalibrate the screen.
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How to change sensitivity of Galaxy S10 touchscreen
To turn on Touch sensitivity switch, follow these steps:
- From a Home screen, swipe up or down from the center of the display to access the apps screen.
- Open Settings app.
- Tap Display.
- Tap the Touch sensitivity switch to turn on.
- That’s it! Sensitivity of your touchscreen should now be increased.
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