Excuse me people but I've to say...
Put this in your heads: That doesn't improve sensitivity, (MAYBE) only calibration!!
Hey I'm gonna tell you a secret method to improve sensitivty:
Open your phone and replace the damaged screen for another one.
Thanks for your comments - your insight is simply astounding. Your belief that the very frequent comments that the omnias screen sensitivity is only relate to a hardware flaw is disturbing (if this was the case samsung would have released a defective product and virtually every omnia would need to be returned). We already know that there i a software dimension as the later ROMs are much better at detecting screen events than the earlier ROMS.
My understanding is that there are 4 elements which must be integrated to correctly for touch screens to work:
1) calabration (matching the xy coordinate with where you touch)
2) sensitivity (weight before a touch is recognised)
3) periodic changes (the size of change and period before a movement is recognised eg swipe v press)
4) the degree of error assosciated with interpreting the calibration data (finger v stylus)
I am feeling pretty good about the sensitivity of the Omnia screen when I use a stylus. I think Kordi's method helps optimise the results of the calibration process.
@Motofone: I have tried those settings in the past - as on the surface they seemed to align with my expectation of the full suit of elements (ie click=weight, maxcallerror = degre of eror, updown - periodic change) but I cant find any values which give me a noticable change in sensitivity
But it seems that Samsung have been tailoring the device the stylus when it was sold to us as a "finger frendly device" - this only seems to be true if you have plastic pointers for fingers (but might make an interesting movie...... Edward Stylus-Hands). Now that samsung has figured out how to get it working properly for stylus navigation - hopfully they will put down their pointers and get it working for our fat fingers.