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Capacitive and resistive touchscreen technologies Today's multi-touch screens are capacitive, unlike the resistive touchscreens from a decade ago. They work a bit like the way you can feel a static charge with the hair on your skin. The screen has a charge inside it, and when your finger comes near it, the capacitance of your finger attracts this charge. ...


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For a start, you can't install "vanilla Android" on a non-Nexus device. See Flash a smartphone with vanilla Android ROM for more. The closest you can get is a custom ROM that was originally based on AOSP and then ported to your device, such as Cyanogenmod. The custom ROM's documentation should say whether it has the drivers for the stylus, and if so, it'll ...


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If you scroll down on your linked page to the Noris Digital stylus, there is a section on compatibility which links to this pdf document The only mobile device I recognize are the Samsung mobile devices supporting S-Pen. Your alternate Bamboo Tip link also has a compatibility document: https://www.wacom.com/en-us/comp which lists support on all of Bamboo's ...


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Definitely, yes. I can't see any problem using stylus on Android devices. But you need the one for capacitive screen (or "Capacitive stylus", as mentioned by eldarerathis) As a proof, there is an article that lists some of the best styli for tablet devices. Disclaimer: I'm not affiliated with the site or its creator. The site is used only as a proof that ...


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Old question, but still an important question out there and all these answers aren't satisfying (anymore). I searched for apps for a couple of hours (october 2017) and this is my list (roughly sorted, first ~= better): Edit: I improved/sorted/group the list according to testing Edit2 (Feb 2019): OneNote has improved - it now has a lasso tool. Also now Nebo ...


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Not sure if they have any software incorporated that can do the palm detection. However, you can use an hand glove (buy one or make a DIY from an old sock) to prevent your palm to be detected as input. Hope that this can help you somehow.


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The banana plug on a set of headphones worked for me. Just hold it from the rubber area and don't scratch the screen.


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Make device as root Go to xda-developers.com - Seeder Topic Install last Seeder apk on your device Run it And then your device should work better.


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In my experience, using your fingers or a stylus does not make any a difference in responsiveness. On Skitch, the drawing matches with what you swipe / touch / move, but the responsiveness is slow. Quill is faster (try it, if you still haven't), but it slightly changes what you draw; still faster than Skitch though. All in all, I think this is probably a ...


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