Nexus One Trackball Sensitivity

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    Senior Member AhmedEltawil's Avatar
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    Question Nexus One Trackball Sensitivity

    I came to the Nexus One from a BlackBerry Bold 9000 that had a trackball as well. I was able to go to my BlackBerry's options and change the sensitivity of the trackball. Is there a way to do that on the Nexus One?

    Thanks in advance guys.

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    I'm not sure if my N1 is defective, but for some period of time today I could not get it to boot at all. It would be stuck at the bootloader screen. I was able to finally do a factory restore, but it would still only boot to the bootloader screen. after several more hours I was finally able to boot up. Once it finally booted up I could see the words "Safe Mode" in the lower left corner of the screen. I did some research and found that if I held down the track ball while powering up I could boot into the bootloader or safe mode. Any, after seeing the "Safe Mode" I powered down and started it back up not touching anything. The phone finally booted fine. I started moving around with the trackball and was not pressing down on the trackball button at all, but everytime I moved the trackball it would randomly select whatever I scrolled over.

    Sorry for the lost reply, basically I'm wondering the same thing. Could it be a defective trackball or just too sensitive trackball button?

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    Senior Member Bishop6's Avatar
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    Sounds to me that the sensitivity of the trackball is defective...

    If it continues, give HTC a call.

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    Re: Nexus One Trackball Sensitivity

    After using my Nexus One for a long time now I believe there is no way currently to change the sensitivity of the trackball. Maybe Google will add that feature in future updates.

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