Redmirage

Screen calibration app(from ux100), works on Vega

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Redmirage    0

This is calibration app for ux100(vega clone)

install and do calibration

Never touch anything while app calibration!!!

app will calibration itself.

your own risk.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=FOPHAS7O

Edit.

Many people report that touch issue is fixed after recalibration.

So If some problem on keyboard or touch, Just try it.

And I'm happy to hear that this works on vega.

Webmachines(retailer of ux100) made this app for ux100 users.

So i can't change or improve this app.[i'm just 'user', not developer :) ]

Tip

Before calibration, active usb host mode.

If some trouble while calibration, you can see serious problem on touch.

then this will help you.

- connect usb mouse and you can find X mark on screen

- do recalibration (Never touch screen while calibration and no charge)

Edited by Redmirage

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dagrim1    0
This is calibration app for ux100(vega clone)

install and do calibration

Never touch anything while app calibration!!!

app will calibration itself.

Hey brave guy~ Try it.

(your own risk.)

Ehm, I think you forgot something... like the app itself?

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Redmirage    0
Ehm, I think you forgot something... like the app itself?

sorry :)

Can i upload apk file on modaco?

i think i can't

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zzleezz    1

Worked for me. Fixed deadzone in bottom left of screen and over sensitivity issue. Many thanks :-)

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OMG! I think I love you.

You just saved. My. Vegas ass.

Before that app it would have been impossible for me to type this.

Even navigating to this page would have been a chore .

Thanks

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zzleezz    1
I calibrated it while charging and it didnt fix the over sensitive problem, it might be a bit better tho.

Seeing as the charger destabilizes the screen I don't think calibrating it while charging is a good idea.

I cleaned my screen thoroughly, made sure it was not touching anything and then calibrated it. Perfect now. I had stopped posting on here as I couldn't face fighting the keyboard. Now I'm able to almost touch type with only very rare double spaces. Was at the point where I was waiting for PC World to get some shop stock so I could exchange I for a working one :-)

I reckon the Vega does a calibrate on its first power up and that all these "faulty" ones were just held in someones left hand while they went through "quality control". Might try calibrating it with my thumb on the edge of the screen.

Propose to name this problem - Waiters Thumb :-)

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carl rose    0
I calibrated it while charging and it didnt fix the over sensitive problem, it might be a bit better tho.

Same here. It does react better at the edges but it does not erradicate the problem completly. Thanks to the uploader all the same. Good find

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simonta    19

Redmirage.

You sir, are a steely eyed missile man.

My screen was working great, no dead zones, no double taps but, sometimes I would accidentally select an item when scrolling through a list. The screen was a little too sensitive.

Running this has sorted it. Thank you!

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ptbw    0
This is calibration app for ux100(vega clone)

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Excellent find, it does appear to improved touch accuracy especially on the top right position (home) when landscaped, camera to the top.

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Excellent find, it does appear to improved touch accuracy especially on the top right position (home) when landscaped, camera to the top.

I was sceptical but have found that there is a marginal improvement for me.

Great find and thanks for posting!

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debs626    0
This is calibration app for ux100(vega clone)

install and do calibration

Never touch anything while app calibration!!!

app will calibration itself.

Hey brave guy~ Try it.

(your own risk.)

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=FOPHAS7O

Thanks very much for sharing this with us :D made an improvement on my screen ;)

Redmirage.

You sir, are a steely eyed missile man.

My screen was working great, no dead zones, no double taps but, sometimes I would accidentally select an item when scrolling through a list. The screen was a little too sensitive.

Running this has sorted it. Thank you!

this is the vast improvement I have noticed too :)

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pdej    0
I was sceptical but have found that there is a marginal improvement for me.

Great find and thanks for posting!

Me too!

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I thought mine was pretty good before tbh, just occasional double taps when using the space bar - however it appears to be even better since running this app.

Thanks for posting the link - brilliant!

G

Edited by gdwhitehouse

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remlap    4

I had real problems sending the notifications pop up away with my index finger at the bottom of the screen I had to press it hard with my thumb, now no such problems!

Thanks for the tip a real great find.

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Bobbler    0

This is just perfect now. No more double press in the bottom left of my screen - which was the only occassional problem I had with this. Just done this whole post without a single miss key issue like I had just a few minutes before.

Serious thanks

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