How to fix a capacitive touchscreen’s poor detection, precision or recognition due to humidity

WARNING – I will NOT be held responsible for any damages the methods shown in this video may cause to yours or someone else’s hardware, including loss of use of such devices and/or loss of profits from the resulting inability to use such devices. Any information you choose to put into use from this video is done AT YOUR OWN RISK.

This video will show you how to fix your capacitive touch screen’s imprecise touch recognition, lack of sensitivity, poor detection and bad reaction to taps, swipes, slides and finger gestures (for example, your touch registers at a different place on the screen or movement is not accurately recognized) when such problems occur in a hot humid environment (such as in summer time, when it is muggy, your hands are sweating, and a layer of humidity residue buildup has collected on your screen. Simply cleaning your screen (when the device is turned off of course) should rectify the problem.

This issue can affect all capacitive touchscreens, such as the Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, as well as Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone SmartPhones and Tablets

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