How To Change Xperia Z2 Touch Screen Sensitivity

Learn how to change Sony Xperia Z2 screen sensitivity for better and faster response. The Sony Xperia Z2 has a much better and improved screen. It has a 5.2″ Full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and pixel density of 442 pixels per inch. It supports up to 10 fingers at the same time and it has shatter proof glass so you won’t get worried for breaking it when you suddenly throw it on the ground.

The display is 0.2″ bigger and a lot better than the Xperia Z1 display. The display of the Xperia Z2 is a lot more vibrant with beautiful punchy colors, good saturation and the viewing angles have been improved a lot. Poor viewing angles were a big problem on the Sony Xperia Z1.

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While the Sony Xperia Z2 has an excellent screen, it is not perfect. There are a few problems with it that many people are reporting. One of the most common and reported problems is the touch screen sensitivity. For some people, the Xpeira Z2 screen is very sensitive and for others it isn’t sensitive at all.

Those who claim that it’s sensitive say that the screen recognizes their fingers and touches even without touching the screen. Simply hover the finger over the screen and the phone will recognize it. Those who claim that is isn’t sensitive say they have to touch the screen multiple time so it can recognize their fingers.

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If you are experiencing touch screen sensitivity problems with your Sony Xperia Z2, follow the guide below.

How to change & fix Xperia Z2 touchscreen sensitivity problem

1. Using a file explorer go to System > Usr > Idc and find a file named max1187x_touchscreen_0.idc.

2. Open it in a text editor and search for Touch Filter’.

3. Below that there is the following code ‘touch.filter.level = 2’. Change the value of it.

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Change the value higher is you want to make your Xperia Z2 screen less sensitive and lower if you want to make the screen even more responsive.



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