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I want to see the X and Y axis of my touch location in Android, and want to use the x and y axis by typing it into a shell extension, to simulate an actual touch on the screen. Can anyone help?

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  • I don't understand the second part.
    – esQmo_
    Dec 13 '16 at 13:13
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Go to

  • Settings
  • Developers Options
  • In Input section check Show Pointer Location option.

If developer option is not enabled go to :

  • Settings
  • About Phone
  • Click Build Number multiple times.
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To see the pointer: Settings > Developers Options > Show pointer location.

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