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7/9/2018 9:24 PM
 

Gents,

I looked but cannot seem to find the "recalibrate" button for the screen sensitivity...thus, I still cannot get 'target' information on other aircraft like I used to just weeks ago...not sure what is happening....

Thanks for any advice on how to "reboot" the screen!  Mike N714AJ

 
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7/9/2018 10:42 PM
 

Mike, the IFLY start up menu has a settings tab. Click on that, then click on "Screen"-left hand side, then click on "calibration" and follow the prompts.  Also see the IFly 740 Extra Features manual  under the SUPPORT tab on top of Forum page> PRODUCT MANUALS>IFly 740 EXTRA FEATURES> PAGE 21>SETTINGS see "2. Screen".

Dick

 
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7/10/2018 7:30 AM
 

Thanks Dick, will try this soonest and hopefully I can get my info back...

One other thing...I did put a new tablet screen protector on that was SUPPOSED to help with glare but it only did so marginally, and not as advertised...does anyone think THAT could change the interface between the soft stylus I use and the screen?

Mike N714AJ

 
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7/10/2018 10:46 AM
 

Yes, it's possible.  

 
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7/10/2018 7:14 PM
 

Still having issues...tried to re-calibrate the screen but still cannot find the right command after several folks told me where to find it - it is probably so close it could bite me!

Opening page: MENU

Main menu: SETUP

SETUP MENU:

I search MAP SETTINGS: I see nothing on calibration or resetting the map - sorry.

Back to SETUP MENU:

Click on SCREEN / AUDIO SETTINGS: I see nothing on calibration or resetting anything here either...sorry!

I am on Version 10.2.77 dated May 17th, 2018.

EVERYTHING else is working perfectly....just cannot get ADSB targets to respond to the touch anymore to find out more about them...and it did work in the past perfectly.  

Again, I did put another type "screen protector" on the device, but it looks and feels so similar to the last one I had I don't know if that is the culprit or not - seems unlikely, but could be possible.

Any ideas folks?

Mike

 

 
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