Is there a way to increase the sensitivity to the LG Nexus 4 touch screen? If you find that the touchscreen sensitivity of your LG Nexus 4 is poor then try this simple hack and it will make your life a lot easier.

How to increase the touch sensitivity on the LG Nexus 4:

  1. THIS WILL NOT WORK UNLESS BUSYBOX IS INSTALLED! You can install it with this app
  2. Download the and place it on your SD card
  3. Boot your phone in recovery mode
  4. In main menu, select "install zip from sdcard"
  5. Select "choose zip from sdcard" and browse to the location of
  6. Reboot and enjoy.

What this does:

  • Enables init.d by adding a command into to run anything in /system/etc/init.d
  • Extracts the E015 driver to /system for safe keeping and script usage (E015 is a downgrade of the touch driver that senses touch better)
  • Adds an init.d script that changes the touchscreen driver to E015 on every boot (driver supplied by Matt and so was the temp-replace method. It runs his method on every boot essentially.)
  • Sends log to /data/Driver.log so user can check proper installation if desired

The advantage of using this over using a kernel with E015 in it is that it does not mess with custom recovery touch sensing.

How to uninstall:

  1. Download the and place it on your SD card
  2. Boot your phone in recovery mode and flash the file


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A on 2 August, 2013 at 11:55 am #

What? LG Nexus4 does not have a slot for SD card.

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