Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with the new Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor which resides under the screen and it doesn’t work with screen protectors. That is the reason why Samsung ships the Samsung Galaxy S10 with pre-installed protectors. However, there are still many people out there who are facing the screen sensitivity issues but you can fix them by increasing the screen sensitivity. In this quick guide, we will tell you how to increase Galaxy S10 Touch Sensitivity for Screen Protectors.
How to Increase Your Galaxy S10 Screen Sensitivity
The Screen protectors help you to protect your screen from scratches but they may also cause the screen to miss your taps. In this condition, increasing the screen sensitivity is always the best option. Here is the step to increase your Galaxy S10 screen sensitivity.
- Swipe down your screen from the top of the screen and tap the gear-shaped icon on the top right corner to access the Settings.
- Now select the Display section in the settings and open it.
- Scroll down and find the Touch Sensitivity in the Display settings.
- Toggle it to switch it ON and it will increase the touch sensitivity for screen protectors.
Using these simple steps you can easily increase the Galaxy S10 Touch Sensitivity for Screen Protectors. If you are still facing the touch issues even after increasing the Touch Sensitivity then we would suggest you go for Samsung-approved screen protector which will ensure that your smartphone works flawlessly.
If you also want the protection from accidental touch which isa realheadache when you put the phone in your pocket. In the display settings, above the Touch Sensitivity toggle, you will see the “Accidental Touch Protection”, toggle it and the smartphone will ignore the accidental touches when your smartphone is in the dark place such as your pocket or bag, etc. If you have any questions, please let us know in the comment section below. Also, visit our website for more useful guides.