Samsung Galaxy Note 2 S-Pen over sensitive problems and solutions

Samsung developed S-Pen for Galaxy Note series to help users when they need conduct activities that need precision such as writing, drawing, photo editing and even more. However, not every user can take advantage of the stylus to its full potential, since many folks experienced an over sensitive Galaxy Note 2 S-Pen, GNote 10.1 users also encountered this.

 

Their stylus keeps selecting things while hovering, so we can still select or scroll without touching the phone screen, that’s cool, right? It may look fantastic for some, but you will realize that it can also be a problem when you want to write or draw, you aren’t able to write anything legible, and your drawing is going to be messy.

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Image Credit: Samsung

If you want Galaxy Note 2 S-Pen sensitivity gets normal, there is an effective way suggested by users who also have this issue, and of course they were able to normalize the S-Pen sensitivity. They took the bad stylus from the device and slamming the back of the S-Pen gently to hard and flat surface like a table or floor.

 

After that, try using the stylus on your device, if there is no change you can repeat it, but this time slam it decently hard, but try not to make your stylus scratched or dented. When it works then you can make use of the S-Pen to type, scroll, writing and drawing precisely on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (SGH-T889/SGH-I317/SPH-L900/SCH-I605).

 

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8 Responses

  1. Saadman Salahuddin
    December 14, 2012 at 4:52 PMReply

    Go to the S Pen tab in settings and change between the dominant hand options (Right to Left – Left to right, then go back). This re-calibrates the S Pen.

    • ali frdn
      January 11, 2013 at 4:49 AMReply

      thanx this worked for me

  2. Husam Daghlas
    December 16, 2012 at 3:06 PMReply

    أحسنت
    Means in English excellent

    Thanks a lot

  3. jake
    January 10, 2013 at 4:32 PMReply

    Thank you! This finally worked! I hope it lasts.

  4. Will Williams
    January 18, 2013 at 7:43 PMReply

    Thanks! I’ve just had to set up 12 of these handsets and seems to have worked! Has anyone had any reoccurring problems?

  5. Stuart Moore
    January 31, 2013 at 9:22 PMReply

    Or alternatively remove the button conver and rotate the pot to increase or decrease sensitivity as required

  6. Surya
    February 18, 2013 at 4:03 AMReply

    slamming the back of the S-Pen gently as suggested but this has decreased the sensitivity very low how do i increase the sensitivity little high? Please suggest..

  7. Paola silvester
    April 3, 2013 at 7:10 AMReply

    My touchscreen seems to be disabled I restarted my phone but it did not work what should I try? I can obly use the s pen.

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