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Is there any way to change the codes for the phone to make it more sensetive? I have to press it in hard whenever I want to quit an app.
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    Default iPhone home button not sensitive enough!
    Is there any way to change the codes for the phone to make it more sensetive? I have to press it in hard whenever I want to quit an app. And I also have multifl0w which means that I have to double tap the home button. Which usually results in it just quitting the app instead.
    Is there anything I can do? How do I make it more sensetive?

    Thanks.

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    I do not think so, thats' a hardware problem, not software.

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    Bump!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crunchaweezy View Post
    I do not think so, thats' a hardware problem, not software.
    ^^^

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    There was a problem with the touch screen on my phone ages ago and no matter how many times I restored, it didn't fix. There was a part on the phone that didn't work and I edited the Plist and changed the sensitivity and it worked.

    Why is it not the same for this?

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    Its a button that the physical movement is acting up. If its under a year of you owning the phone I'd take it back to apple.

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    I bought it from a friend over a year go. Thinking of upgrading to the iPhone 4 though.

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