How to Increase Touch Sensitivity in Samsung Galaxy S20

A decent protective case and a screen protector are a must for any smartphones these days. And if you own an expensive high-end smartphone like Galaxy S20, you really need to protect it from accidental drops, unless you have some serious cash laying around in your room. However, a thick screen protector might be an annoyance at times. It might make you miss a few taps every once in a while. Since you’re putting an external object on top of your screen, this might hinder the screen’s ability to register touches. The annoyance also occurs when you’re using your phone wearing gloves. The additional layer between the screen and your finger might make the phone miss touches. But there is a simple workaround to this issue that’ll prevent you from tapping furiously on your smartphone’s screen. Here’s how to increase touch sensitivity in Samsung Galaxy S20.

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Increase Touch Sensitivity in Samsung Galaxy S20

The procedure is easy and you will have to problem getting it done if you have the basic idea of operating a smartphone. Let’s get to it.

Step 1: Open Settings. You can either tap the gear icon on the notification shade or tap on the Settings icon from the app launcher.

Step 2: Scroll down and find Display. Tap on it.

Step 3: Once inside, search for the setting called “Touch Sensitivity”.

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Step 4: There should be a toggle next to it. Tap on the toggle to enable the feature.

Step 4: Now go back to your home screen and try tapping on some icons and feel the difference.

This is it. Enabling this nifty feature will improve the screen’s sensitivity and lets you operate your Galaxy S20 smoothly even if you’re wearing gloves or you’ve put on a screen protector. However, if you do not feel the increase in sensitivity and the screen is still having problems registering the touches, you might want to get the protector replaced or go to the nearest Samsung service center to have your device checked out.

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