Have you ever experienced slow sensitivity of your phone touch screen? Some users complain about this even when using a high end phone. Sometimes this can be due to hardware or software issues. And sometimes it could also be as a result of poor maintenance of a smartphone. What are some good practices you can adopt? Some are outlined below

Keep your smartphone screen clean: Is your smartphone always greasy, dirty or rough? This can reduce sensitivity. Keeping your smartphone screen neat and tidy can increase its performance. Clean your screen with a soft cloth regularly this can reduce the dirt and debris present on the screen.

Using a screen protector: There is nothing like being “too clean” to increase your smartphone’s sensitivity use a good screen protector to reduce scratches that could affect your screen.

System Update: Like we mentioned earlier a slow sensitive touch screen could be software related, a system update can sometimes fix the problem so always check for updates and try to update when there is one available

Avoid hitting, bending or throwing your phone: Some have the habit of throwing their phone casually on the bed or on the table or couch, this does not help your touch screen, it can damage your touch panel so do not practice such.

Calibrate your device: Sometimes you can calibrate your touch screen “if made available by manufacturer” when you notice slow response then re-calibrate your device.

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