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LG Voyager: Touch Screen is Tempermental

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by wcolton, Dec 9, 2008.

  1. wcolton

    wcolton New Member

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    Anyone having difficulty with the touch screen. Don't know if its my heavy hand of if I have a problem. Can't seem to get used to the scrolling in contacts. I'm constantly clicking during the scroll. Do i just need to get used to it.
     
  2. M in LA

    M in LA Mobile 25 Years Plus
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    There have been times when I can't get the screen to respond, but I just press the "End" button briefly and it works fine. For the most part I've not had any problems with the phone.

    Now as far as the scrolling. It does take some getting used to. I learned to master it by using the tip of my thumb against the scroll bar. If you quickly run your thumb tip upward, the contacts will rapidly scroll. It's similar to how the iPhone works (although the iPhone works much better where scrolling is concerned). The key is upward motion. I firsts kept trying to scroll downward and I would unintentionally select a contact.

    Give it time, the Voyager is a great phone (for me anyway...:)). I've had it for nearly a year and I still enjoy it. Yes, there is a slight learning curve, but keep at it and I think you'll come to enjoy it.
     
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