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I am the author of MacroDroid and I have some experimental (root only) features in development to do this but have not yet released anything in the public version. I have an action called "Launch and Press" that allows you to launch an app and record a series of touch events and they will then be played back at the same rate. Basic touch events work ok, but ...
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2270795 Lol, I'm a little late, but here you go!
I've developed such an app called RepetiTouch. It's currently in beta stage and aimed at developers, but a limited free version is available here. However, it needs a rooted device running Android 4.0 or later. As far as I know, currently no other app with this functionality exists, but there are some tools/scripts providing such features using a computer ...
It may be that he's used to older resistive touchscreens (the kind you use with a pointy stylus), and so he's pressing the screen with the tip of the fingernail, instead of with the finger itself. That doesn't work well on capacitive touchscreens unless your fingernails are cut very short. Also, you're probably right about older, drier fingers having less ...
Let it run dead to the point where it won't turn on, charge it till full (without using it at all) turn it back on and it should. Be fine. Happened to me. :)
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